Fnatic vs Virtus.Pro
As comprehensively discussed, Fnatic is in the best shape heading into the competition. While seeing the recent form of Virtus.Pro, it is no deny that the team will be aiming to win the entire competition. The remarkable results were achieved by the team owing to some great performances by YEKINDAR. The youngster has achieved a remarkable record of averaging a 1.28 hltv rating in the past three months. And also averages a very respectable 91.5 damage per round.
It is fair to say that he completes his objectives of each round, and owing to the consistent stars like YEKINDAR the Virtus.Pro team should aim for success in the future. In the meantime, Fnatic players have struggled to find consistency and will surely pay for in the group stage of the ESL Pro League.
Prediction: Fnatic 0-2 Virtus.Pro
Astralis vs Endpoint
Astralis is without any doubt one of the best CSGO teams in the world. Surely the team has struggled in its recent games. But what makes them standout is the fact that they are capable of bouncing back and producing remarkable results. They would eagerly face Endpoint, who might be on a seven-game win streak.
Yet the team they faced are nowhere near the class of Astralis and this match should be quite one-sided and strongly in favor of the Danes.
Prediction: Astralis 2-0 Endpoint
Evil Geniuses vs Team Liquid
Evil Geniuses are on a two-game losing streak and have won only one of their last four matches. While Liquid won two of their last four matches, yet most recently lost to paiN Gaming. Both teams come into this game with pretty unconvincing forms, yet we tip Liquid to take the victory.
Since they have beaten EG 2-0 in January in the BLAST Premier Global Final 2020. And they have also beaten the likes of Natus Vincere, OG and Vitality in recent weeks. So they know how to deal with the big guns.