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The penultimate round of Elisa Invitational Fall 2022 kicks off on Wednesday, October 12, and ESB is here with our free Counter-Strike: Global Offensive predictions for the day. Check out our picks for Dynamo Eclot vs SAW and BLUEJAYS vs Endpoint, with the best esports betting odds courtesy of BetOnline.


Best Odds: Eclot -149.25 at BetOnline | SAW +114 at BetOnline
When: October 12, 2022 | 11:00 CEST
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/elisaesports)

Dynamo Eclot started their Elisa Invitational 2022 Fall campaign with a defeat against Bad News Eagles (1-2) but have since bounced back with wins against SKADE X (2-0) and EYEBALLERS (2-0). Dynamo haven’t had the roughest schedule, but they looked dominant in their wins, which explains why they’re favoured to win this bout.

SAW hold the same 2-1 record, with wins against EYEBALLERS (2-1) and ECSTATIC (2-0) and a defeat against Sprout. Since beating ECSTATIC, SAW have played two series, against Heroic (5-16) and Monte (3-16), during Intel Extreme Masters Road to Rio European RMR B.

Had this game been played a month ago, SAW would be an obvious choice; they have better players and have achieved more this year. However, SAW’s humiliating performance at the RMR is hard to look past.

Despite SAW’s unconvincing form, we have to believe that they can be competitive against Dynamo Eclot. The Czech squad can have their moments, but we wouldn’t say they’re any stronger than SAW. SAW to win at evens or better is a solid bet, but we prefer the over 2.5 maps at -103.09.

Over 2.5 total maps



Best Odds: BLUEJAYS +110 at BetOnline | Endpoint -151.52 at BetOnline
When: October 12, 2022 | 14:00 CEST
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/elisaesports)

BLUEJAYS nearly finished the Elisa Invitational 2022 Fall Main Stage with a perfect 3-0 record; then they fell against MASONIC (1-2) in round three. Nearly two weeks have passed since then, but BLUEJAYS have played just two more official matches, against SINNERS Esports (0-2) and Anonymo Esports (2-0).

Endpoint kicked off the tournament with a 2-0 sweep of SKADE X before losing to Bad News Eagles (1-2) and then bouncing back with a reverse-sweep victory against Esports Club Kyiv (2-1) at the end of September.

Since that bout, Endpoint have announced the signing Miłosz “mhL” Knasiak from MOUZ NXT as a replacement for Joey “CRUC1AL” Steusel. Notably, mhL has been playing with Endpoint since their match with EC Kyiv and has averaged a 1.18 rating across the last two series.

Since the arrival of mhL, Endpoint have been playing better, and as the latest CS:GO betting odds suggest, they’re the better team. Endpoint shouldn’t be losing games like this, and there’s a good chance they will get it done in two maps.

Endpoint -1.5 maps


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