2022 LEC Summer Split Betting | BDS vs. FNC Predictions & Match Analysis

BDS vs FNC is yet another lopsided mismatch and, well, everyone’s predictions will surely reflect it as well. There’s just not a whole lot to get excited about here. We have the former “Kings of Europe” on the one side and severely flawed bottom-dweller on the other.

A recipe for a barnburner that certainly is not.

To make things even worse, Team BDS have so little long-term potential it’s almost laughable. There’s really no other way to say it. Who ever thought that assembling a team of five rookies would amount to anything of note? They might be talented, sure, but without a few seasoned veterans to lead the charge there’s only so much these “younglings” can accomplish.

Now, don’t mistake this for an act of condescension because it is not. We’re just baffled that BDS doubled down on their approach from Spring after everything that happened.

And it pains us to say it, too. We want BDS to succeed, not out of any allegiance but rather because we want the LEC to thrive and be as competitive as possible. For that to happen, even the bottom-dwellers need to be capable and dangerous, and that, by the looks of it, simply isn’t the case.

BDS vs FNC Predictions — As Lopsided As It Gets

We’re just disappointed that BDS have continued to make the same egregious mistakes as they did back in Spring, and that very little (if anything) has changed, despite them having more than enough time to make the correct adjustments and actually mount some kind of an offensive.

They’ve lost to both SK Gaming and Astralis last week which means they’re the de facto worst team in the LEC. They did have a few stellar moments, granted, but they were too few and far between to actually amount to anything.

Having a great early game, for instance, is by no means as impressive as it would’ve been back in Spring — especially seeing how it hasn’t yet resulted in any wins.

We didn’t expect BDS to suddenly become a team of unparalleled strength and potential. What we did expect, however, is to see a bit of growth — something that would dispel our doubts and get us hyped for the future.

Other than a few stellar plays from xMatty and Erdote, however, there’s very little to praise and commend. They might improve a bit over the coming weeks and months but that most certainly isn’t going to result in anything of note.

Fnatic will be the last ones standing once everything is said and done. There’s no doubt about it.

2022 LEC Summer Split Betting | BDS vs. FNC Predictions:
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