No Piglet no problem for Liquid as they continue to play without him on the main roster and win. It’s an odd thing, but hey it’s working so why change it up? They keep winning and moving up the standings.
1. Team SoloMid (6-0)
2. Immortals, (6-1)
3. Team EnVy (5-1)
4. Cloud9 (4-2)
5. Liquid (4-3)
6. Apex (3-4)
7. Counter Logic Gaming (2-5)
8. Echo Fox, NRG Esports (1-5)
10. Phoenix1 (0-6)
A couple of good matches are taking place today making up for the Phoenix1 and Echo matches. Not that Echo doesn’t have a chance but TSM losing to them would be a little odd. Predicted winners are represented in bold. (Overall: 17-5)
- C9 vs EnVy
- TSM vs Echo
- IMT vs Liquid
- NRG vs Phoenix1
C9 and EnVy should be a great match. They’re two really strong teams facing off and this could go either way. Giving the nod to C9 because they haven’t let me down yet and because They’ve done a great job of adjusting to each series and pulling off wins.
TSM is the IMT of last split and Echo is pretty much the same team we saw before if not worse off. They shouldn’t slow down here.
According to Reignover, IMT is better than they were last split, but all of the other teams got better too. So regardless of whatever that means and Liquid’s previous results I think their Fabbbyyy win streak ends here. He’s been impressive in his few starts and definitely an integral part yesterday, but IMT should be able to take advantage of his mistakes. Like getting caught out from time to time.
If there’s a match for Phoenix1 to win it’s this one. I don’t think they will but unless they make some vast improvements before the end of the split this might be the easiest match they get.
Things kick off tonight at 2 p.m. CDT and can be watched here.
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