Team Vitality (+112) vs Excel (-149)
Excel is one of the best surprises the 2022 LEC Summer Split brought us. While a lot of league of legends betting fans weren’t expecting great things from this roster due to them not having any big names on it, they have managed to surpass the expectations by a lot. They are currently sitting in 3rd place with a 7-4 record and considering that the LEC will send out 4 teams to this year’s worlds, it’s very likely that we will see XL on the international stage for the first time this year.
Patrik “Patrik” Jírů is looking to make a statement as an ADC this split. Right now, the 22-year-old Czech ADC is a top-3 ADC in the league, which is something that not many expected. He’ll be going up against Carzzy this time around, who is not having a great split at all as he is the 2nd ADC with the highest amounts of deaths per game at 3. Team Vitality has failed to get any significant results this year so far, and this week is going to be a hard challenge for them. Catch this match on July 29 at 2:00pm ET.
Mad Lions (-172) vs Fnatic (+129)
Mad Lions is looking like one of the most solid teams in the league, currently tied for 1st with Rogue on a 8-3 score. On the other hand, Fnatic is a team that has had a disappointing split so far, going 5-6 by week 5. There is a very possible scenario where Fnatic ends up being unable to reach the playoffs if they are not able to pick up their slack. We had a lot of hope for this team because they showed a lot of improvement throughout the spring split, but they seem to be running out of fuel this time.
On the other hand, Mad Lions are having one of their best splits in a while, and this is mostly due to Yasin “Nisqy” Dinçer. The 23-year-old Belgian mid laner is the perfect for his team, and his teammates are very aware of this. Mad Lions is the strongest team when it comes to the early game, that’s why the lol odds most of the time lean towards them, and this is because both Nisqy and Elyoya are completely in tune. This match is occurring on July 29 at 4:00pm ET, so make sure to not miss it!
G2 Esports (-204) vs Team Vitality (+150)
We already talked a bit about Team Vitality, but there are still a few more important things to mention. Alphari and Perkz are doing just fine, but their current team situation seems to be a tricky one to get out of. Haru seems to be playing mostly around himself, because even when his solo laners are getting ahead by themselves, he prefers to just stay around the jungle and pick up some extra camps. That’s why Haru doesn’t look bad, but considering all the tools he has available, he should look way better.
G2 is starting to ramp up, or at least they should, because the regular season is coming to an end and they are barely past the playoffs threshold. I don’t think that Vitality is a superior team over G2 or anything like that, but we all know that on a bad day, G2 can drop their games even against the teams sitting in the bottom of the standings (BDS and SK). This match should be an interesting one to watch if both teams play to their fullest potential so tune in on July 30 at 4:00pm ET.