Both group A and B are all done and dusted! We’ve already witnessed a couple of surprises thus far. I’m mainly referring to Astralis failing to clinch the top spot in group A, and mousesports’ surprising elimination in group B. BIG and G2 are the biggest standout performers thus far, but group C has the potential to create another round of upsets. As for our Faze vs. GODSENT predictions, we won’t take too much of your precious time with CS:GO betting basics. Instead, let’s focus on the cold hard facts and see the best options for turning a quick profit here!
Faze vs. GODSENT Predictions
Arguably, DreamHack Masters Spring 2020 EU group C is a chaotic one… although it’s not exactly the group of death. I mean, just look at group D with ENCE, NaVi, NiP, and Vitality, and you’ll know what I’m talking about here.
Still, group C definitely has the entertainment potential we need in these trying times. Plus, it has plenty of betting potential too, seeing as there have been several roster changes that could skew the odds one way or another.
— FaZe Clan (@FaZeClan) May 23, 2020
There’s no point denying Olof’s greatness! We’re talking about one of the greatest CS players of all time, and whether you like him or not, you have to show some respect. But, let’s put all that aside as we focus on Faze vs. GODSENT predictions – could Olof’s absence create a chance for GODSENT?
Yep, I’m thinking of going with GODSENT here. I know Faze Clan had a solid campaign on ESL One: Road to Rio EU, but they’ve just dropped down to a four-man roster and there’s no fifth man on the horizon just yet, meaning they could very well be phased coming into this match.
As for GODSENT, Maikelele is no more! The Swedish CS legend has been benched and farlig (ex CPHF) came in as a replacement. This in fresh news we’re talking about here, dating back just three days. While I do believe farlig is a quality AWPer; heck, he’s been by far the best player in that CPHF roster, he’ll definitely need more than three days to fully sync up with GODSENT.
On paper, Faze Clan is a lot better team than GODSENT, which is why CS:GO bookies have them as heavy favorites. The absence of olofmeister, the unknown fifth man in Faze Clan’s roster and the arrival of in-form farlig all go in favor of GODSENT. Heck, I might as well test my luck with a risky wager here…
I just had to go with GODSENT here. The opportunity is great, there’s no doubt about that. Massive odds, solid roster, and pretty stellar form make GODSENT match-winner bet that much more appealing. They’re going up against one of the toughest European sides, and that’s a fact… but Olof’s break must’ve affected his teammates and they might not react in the best way.
All in all, I reckon my Faze vs. GODSENT predictions have been pretty clear – a low stake wager on GODSENT to win should do the trick here. Don’t bet too much, though, NiKo and the boys are always dangerous, no matter who they play against and what sort of roster they’re deploying.