CS:GO BLAST Premier betting predictions and preview
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eSport Betting Predictions

Esportbet brings you free Counter-Strike: Global Offensive betting predictions for a pair of BLAST Premier World Final 2021 bouts on Tuesday, December 14. Here are our selections for Natus Vincere vs Team Liquid and Gambit Esports vs Heroic, with top odds courtesy of BetOnline.


CS:GO Betting Odds: NaVi -1000 at BetOnline | Liquid +550 at BetOnline
When: December 14, 2021 at 16:30 CET
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/blastpremier)

Very rarely will you see such a massive price gap between two teams at this level of play, but the offered CS:GO betting odds on Natus Vincere are justifiable. The Ukrainian-Russian squad enter the final BLAST tournament of 2021 as clear favourites (-163.93) to hoist the BLAST Premier World Final trophy, and there is little that would suggest they can’t do it.

NaVi are the reigning Major champions and took first place in five of their last six tournaments, the only exception being a runner-up finish at Intel Extreme Masters XVI Fall CIS. What’s more, NaVi are on a 10-game winning streak which includes six clean sweeps.

Team Liquid have been largely disappointing in the latter half of 2021, with their most notable accomplishment being a third-place finish in the North American IEM Fall. Besides Liquid’s underwhelming results, the team’s morale is questionable, knowing that three players are getting replaced by the end of the year.

Had Liquid shown at least something comforting in the last month, we would take their side with a map handicap, but Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev and co. look way too good for us to believe they will struggle.

Natus Vincere -5.5 rounds



CS:GO Betting Odds: Gambit -175.44 at BetOnline | Heroic +125 at BetOnline
When: December 14, 2021 at 19:30 CET
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/blastpremier)

Gambit Esports continue to carry the tag as one of the best teams in the world even though they haven’t achieved anything since the CS:GO scene returned to LAN. There were speculations whether the Russians are “onliners”, and based on what they’ve shown of late, it’s fair to say that they just might be.

Gambit attended Intel Extreme Masters Season XVI Winter earlier this month and reached the quarter-finals. While that might sound great, we have to note that Gambit won only against Fnatic (twice) and FaZe Clan, but they fell flat against Virtus.pro (0-2) and Team Vitality (1-2).

Gambit are still a solid team, but there is no reason to have them priced as -175.44 favourites against Heroic. Admittedly, the Danes finished IEM Masters Winter in last place, but they did well at PGL Major Stockholm (top eight) and BLAST Premier 2021 Fall (fourth).

As revealed on Sunday, Heroic will enter the tournament without Martin “stavn” Lund, who will get replaced by Johannes “b0RUP” Borup. Still, Heroic are good enough to cause an upset, and there is plenty of value with them at +125.

Heroic to win

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