Mousesports vs. BIG Picks | ESL One: Road to Rio EU Playoffs Betting Predictions

We’re not doing great, fellas! Three out of four losses thus far mean we need to mix things up.

After two well-researched DreamHack Masters Spring 2020 NA picks, it’s time to spin the globe back and venture into the EU side of the table.

Mousesports vs. BIG predictions is our main course for today, so let’s roll up our sleeves and see which of these two sides will emerge victorious in the second-round group B matchup.

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Mousesports vs. BIG Predictions

Individually, Mousesports is by far the superior side here. Their roster features some of Europe’s most talented players, and that’s a fact! However, those talented players haven’t looked well at online events thus far.

They’re struggling to cope with many lower-ranking teams, and are looking pretty bleak and unmotivated against the big guns.

Something’s holding Mousesports down, and I’m afraid we won’t see them come back to their usual form until the first proper post-pandemic LAN event. Their poor online displays are something we’ll have to take into account before we finalize our Mousesports vs. BIG predictions.

In-Form BIG Looks Scary

2020 has been pretty solid for BIG! They won DreamHack Open Leipzig in late January, and followed it up with a successful Flashpoint LAN qualifier in March. Home Sweet Home Cup was a huge success two – BIG won Week 1 and Week 2 events, showcasing solid form and suggesting greater things to come in the near future.

Slightly more than a month later, syrsoN and TabseN made their presence known by securing 133 kills (combined) across two maps against MAD Lions. It was a pretty surprising win, too – roeJ and the company must’ve been shellshocked after that sweaty display on Nuke which squared things up.

At the moment, BIG is enjoying a solid form, their key players are pushing all the right buttonsg, and it seems as though they’ve worked on their map pool too. All these things, combined with Mousesports’ poor online performances, made me go with this for my Mousesports vs. BIG predictions… I warn you guys, you’ll be shocked!

My Pick
BIG to Win!
+130

Once again, individually Mousesports is by far the superior team here. However, it seems as though online matches aren’t going very well for woxic and the boys. They seem to be disoriented at times and can’t really get that perfect aim they became known for in late 2019 and early 2020 (pre-pandemic 2020, more precisely).

BIG, on the other hand, surprised MAD Lions and that alone deserves respect. MAD Lions have been pretty mad (pardon the pun) out there recently, and their loss against BIG definitely had an impact on our Mousesports vs. BIG predictions.

With those words, I’d like to wrap it all up and call it a day!

Until next time,

Stay safe!

Donnie Mitchell / Author

Donnie hails from the Midwestern US and happily embraces the nerd stereotype. He likes writing about CS:GO, Overwatch, Fortnite, and anything esports-related, really. He also dabbles in the world of cryptocurrency and how that might tap into the esports betting world. Donnie stepped into the gambling side of esports just a few years back. Donnie is currently married and owns two large dogs, who may or may not be named after Mario and Luigi.