Call of Duty Daily Betting Tips - June 4th
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Call of Duty Daily Betting Tips - June 4th

The Call of Duty League moves on to the Florida Mutineers home series this weekend. Here are some predictions for some of this weekend’s games.

Nikhil Kalro
Freelance Esports Writer
4th Jun, 21·☕️ 2 min read
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Los Angeles Thieves v Paris Legion

Los Angeles Thieves (1.34)

There is a significant difference between these two teams. The Los Angeles Thieves began the fourth stage with a win in their only game in the previous series. Paris Legion, on the other hand, lost both of their games. That immediately shows us the difference between these teams in terms of confidence and momentum.

In the regular season, the Los Angeles Thieves were sixth with 14 wins and 12 losses while the Paris Legion were struggling at 11th with just five wins and 15 losses. They managed to win just 35% of their maps, which is a massive problem against a superior team like the LA Thieves.

Florida Mutineers v Los Angeles Guerrillas

Florida Mutineers (1.53)

This isn’t as straightforward a decision as some others in the league. However, on paper, the Mutineers have been just a bit better. They started the fourth stage with two wins in two matches to move to the top of the Group B standings. That sprightly beginning will hold them in good stead going into the next series this weekend. The Guerrillas will have their work cut out considering they started with a loss in their only match in the previous series. There is a decent chance of the upset but it’s not plausible. These odds for a tried and tested outfit are actually quite compelling.

New York Subliners v Dallas Empire

Dallas Empire (3.35)

Rounding off the series is a strong chance of an upset result. The New York Subliners are one of the best teams in the Call of Duty League. They have been consistent from the outset, which included 17 wins in 26 matches in the regular season. They also won 58 and lost 45 games, at a win percentage of 56.3%.

However, the Dallas Empire are a force on their own. They won 15 of 27 matches in the regular season, and finished only one position below the Subliners. The Empire are 1-1 in this stage as well. There is no reason why Dallas can’t win one map and force the Subliners into a tricky spot.