North vs. mousesports Odds, Prediction, and Pick for April 26th – ESL One: Road to Rio
Group B of the ESL One European qualifying tournament will see three highly-interesting CS:GO ties today. Here I concentrate on the early tie between North and mousesports.
Both teams lost their opening fixtures and will need a pick-me-up here. The MouZ comes into the clash as a big favorite, however, their lackluster performance will give the Danes hope they can salvage something here.
My North vs. mousesports betting preview for Sunday, April 26th brings you some of the main betting markets to attack the game with. I then move on to an analysis of the recent form of both organizations and provide my betting prediction in the end.
North vs. mousesports Odds
I have chosen 10bet for their solid betting prices and exciting options. Here is how things stand:
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There are a bunch of other markets that 10bet has rolled out so be sure to check their sportsbook if you want to approach this in another way.
Let’s move on to the teams’ recent exploits.
North Current Form
The Danish organization came into the ESL One: Road to Rio tournament on the back of a heavy 2:0 defeat by Team Spirit and was a big underdog in their opening fixture against FaZe Clan.
Despite eventually losing the tie, North showed great resilience and managed to come back from 11-4 to down FaZe on their preferred map Inferno in the second round.
Players aizy and cajunb led the way for the Danes and they will need to once again come up with the goods if they are to take anything away from what should be a highly-motivated mousesports team.
mousesports Current Form
After losing the Pro League final to Fnatic, The MouZ were expected to decimate lowly Movistar Riders in their first ESL one qualifier match. The mismatch was so big that most bookmakers were giving odds of +800 for the Spanish team.
However, a lackluster performance from ropz and company led to the biggest upset in recent CS:GO history.
The favorites did start brightly on Movistar’s Inferno pick but let their lead slip and eventually lost 16:12. They were supposed to dominate their opponent on Train but an inspired performance from steel pushed the round in overtime which the Spanish team managed to clinch with a 19:17 scoreline.
Captain chrisj and his team are prone to the odd poor performance and they will need to rally the troops now as another early loss to an underdog may prove too costly in the long run.
North vs. mousesports Prediction and Pick
Movistar’s win against mousesports shocked the entire CS:GO community and we definitely have to give credit to the Spanish organization for putting in an elite performance. However, The Mouz mainly have themselves to blame.
It’s evident that they are not in top form and while they still come in as big favorites here, North had every chance of making it hard for them.
The Danes pressured FaZe a lot and they will need a better performance from some of the players but are very dangerous on Inferno and Vertigo.
There are definitely ways for them to hurt chrisj and his teammates, so I’m going to go with a three-round game here.
The favorite may still end up winning this but their poor form should allow North to steal at least one map. Plus, the odds are great and it’s hard to miss out on them.
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