Blast Premier Fall Groups tips for July 14, 2023
by Ciaran Jackman in
eSport Betting Predictions

The BLAST Premier Fall Groups continues this Tuesday with two more CS:GO series set to take place. Below you will find our free betting picks for Complexity vs Ninjas in Pyjamas and Natus Vincere vs BIG, with odds courtesy of the best esports betting sites.


Best Odds: Complexity +110 at BetOnline | NiP -151.52 at BetOnline
When: July 17, 2023 | 15:00 CEST
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The consolidation final for Group A is a rematch between Complexity and Ninjas in Pyjamas from the opening round, where Complexity came back from 1-0 down to take the series 2-1 last Friday.

Since defeating NiP, Complexity have been humbled in quick fashion by Team Vitality, as they were smashed 2-0 (16-1, 16-6). Their new addition, Jonathan “EliGE” Jablonowski, appears to be a positive for the North American organisation, as he has been their best player in both of their matches so far.

Ninjas in Pyjamas clashed with Evil Geniuses in the second round, where they struggled to defeat the group’s lowest-ranked team. NiP needed double overtime to clinch a 22-20 result on the first map, before wrapping up the series with a 16-11 win on the second.

With Hampus “hampus” Poser rejoining the team to resume his role as the in-game leader, the Ninjas have looked a lot better than they have without him in the previous few months.

These teams cleared the total rounds line in their most recent meeting, where they played 81 rounds in total, so we will be backing them to go over 68.5 total rounds this week.

Over 68.5 total rounds



Best Odds: NaVi -500 at BetOnline | BIG +333 at BetOnline
When: July 17, 2023 | 18:30 CEST
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Natus Vincere debuted their new Counter-Strike roster in the opening round of the BLAST Premier Fall Groups, where they came from behind to defeat Astralis 2-1. However, they were quickly brought back down to earth by Heroic, who were dominant in the upper final with a 2-0 win.

Of the three new additions, Aleksi “Aleksib” Virolainen has been the best of them. He finished the Astralis series as Navi’s second-ranked player and was their highest-rated player against Heroic.

BIG also made three changes to their roster over the player break, adding Elias “s1n” Stein, Mateusz “mantuu” Wilczewski and David “prosus” Hesse. Of those, mantuu has been the best by a long way, finishing as the second-ranked player in the team’s series against Heroic and Astralis.

After being destroyed by Heroic, BIG defeated Astralis 2-1 in a very close series to set up a clash with NaVi, with the winner taking on Heroic for the second time.

With both teams still working things out with new rosters, expect this series to go the distance.

Over 2.5 total maps


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