Counter-Strike betting tips
by Jur Dava in
eSport Betting Predictions

ESB’s free Counter-Strike: Global Offensive betting predictions for Tuesday, November 15, include three CCT Central Europe Series #3 playoff matches. Here are our selections for Copenhagen Flames vs 9INE, forZe vs HAVU, and Sangal Esports vs UNGENTIUM, with esports odds courtesy of the best bookmakers for gamblers in United States.


COPENHAGEN FLAMES vs 9INE CS:GO BETTING & MATCH DETAILS

Best Odds: Flames +100 at BetOnline | 9INE -138.89 at BetOnline
When: November 15, 2022 | 10:00 CET
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/cct_en)


After finishing the CCT Central Europe Series #3 group stage with a 3-1 record and +49 map difference, 9INE will get put to a proper test on Tuesday when they clash with Copenhagen Flames. But even though CPH are a far more established team than the Poles, the offered CS:GO betting odds show them as $2.00 underdogs.

That’s hardly surprising, knowing that Copenhagen Flames haven’t achieved much since the major roster overhaul in the summer. One by one, Copenhagen Flames lost their best players to Fnatic, G2 Esports, and Heroic, leaving the Danish squad without the talent that led them to the PGL Major Antwerp 2022 quarterfinals.

Nowadays, Copenhagen Flames are viewed as a tier-two team, but not a very successful one, with iffy displays in CCT North Europe Series #1 (5th-8th) and Global Offensive Champions League Season 1 (5th-6th).

9INE, on the other side, are an up-and-coming Polish squad that won ESL Challenger League Season 42 Europe just three weeks ago and has since produced a handful of solid showings. Whether 9INE’s recent success indicates what the team is capable of is up to debate, but they undoubtedly look stronger than Copenhagen Flames.

9INE to win

-138.89
at
BetOnline

FORZE vs HAVU CS:GO BETTING & MATCH DETAILS

Best Odds: forZe -303.03 at BetOnline | HAVU +225 at BetOnline
When: November 15, 2022 | 13:00 CET
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/cct_en)

HAVU had a rough start to the CCT Central Europe Series #3, losing their opening two series against IKLA (1-2) and ENTERPRISE esports (1-2). But they found traction in the final three rounds and won against SC e-Sports (2-0), Wolsung (2-1), and AGO (2-0) to qualify for the knockout stage.

ForZe didn’t need to compete in the group stage as one of eight CS:GO teams that received a direct bye into the playoffs. But forZe still had a chance to warm up at ESL Challenger League Season 43 Europe, where they won their first two games against Fnatic Rising (2-0) and 9INE (2-1), showing good form.

A month prior, forZe also attended Intel Extreme masters Road to Rio 2022 European RMR A, where they came one win short of qualifying for the Major. Unfortunately, they could not crack Bad News Eagles, despite demolishing ECSTATIC (2-0) and Astralis (2-0) in the previous two outings.

Last week, forZe parted ways with Evgeniy “Norwi” Ermolin and are now playing with Amin “sugaR” Azimov and Eugene “Aunkere” Karyat as two stand-ins. Both have been playing well and can carry their weight, but sometimes the roster is not on the same page.

As the latest CS:GO betting odds suggest, forZe should win, but we’re not convinced it will be a clean sweep. HAVU can surprise — or, at the very least, steal one map.

HAVU +1.5 maps

-153.85
at
BetOnline

SANGAL ESPORTS vs UNGENTIUM CS:GO BETTING & MATCH DETAILS

Best Odds: Sangal -357.14 at BetOnline | Ungentium +250 at BetOnline
When: November 15, 2022 | 19:00 CET
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/cct_en)

Ungentium finished the group stage with a 3-2 record, with wins against ONYX (2-0), Into The Breach (2-0) and For The Win Esports (2-0), and two defeats against Tricked Esports (1-2) and SINNERS Esports (0-2). So even though Ungentium did enough to reach this stage of the competition, we weren’t impressed with their showings.

Sangal Esports did not play in the group stage and have been out of action since the start of November when they lost against SINNERS Esports (1-2) in the opening round of ESL Challenger League Season 43 Europe. It marked their sixth loss throughout nine games, which isn’t great; however, Sangal took down BIG in October, for which they deserve some respect.

Sangal Esports might not be in the best shape, but they’re far more talented than Ungentium and rightly priced as the favourites. And even though they can be a bit inconsistent, this is Sangal Esports’ game to lose.

Sangal Esports -1.5 maps

+110
at
BetOnline

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