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ESB’s Counter-Strike: Global Offensive betting tips and predictions for Saturday focus on the final two ESL Pro League Season 13 quarter-finals bouts featuring Complexity, Natus Vincere, Virtus.pro, and ENCE. Here are our best bets for those games with odds from the top-rated esports betting sites.


CS:GO Betting Odds: COL +149 at BetOnline | Navi -178.57 at BetOnline
When: April 3, 2021 at 15:30 CET
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/esl_csgo)

Natus Vincere enter this match as $1.56 favourites, which suggests they should be winning with relative ease, but we don’t believe this is a fair price. Even though NaVi are a very strong team, they’ve not been playing well for a while now and did not impress in the group stage (3-2) either.

That run includes two losses against Gambit (1-2) and FURIA (0-2), as well as three wins against Cloud9 (1-2), MiBR (2-0), and Team One (2-0). There is this narrative that NaVi always perform better in playoffs, but we don’t believe that will be the case here.

Complexity last met with NaVi at BLAST Premier: Global Final 2020 in January, when they lost 1-2. They have since looked like an improved outfit and while they haven’t really beaten any notable opponents during the group stage, they didn’t have a chance to face a strong team.

This match could be much closer than what the odds suggest. NaVi, while a stronger team on paper, have issues with execution, which is something Complexity should be able to exploit. Over 2.5 maps is a good bet at $2.12, but we’re going all-in on the outsiders.

Complexity to win



CS:GO Betting Odds: VP -344.83 at BetOnline | ENCE +267 at BetOnline
When: April 3, 2021 at 19:00 CET
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/esl_csgo)

The latest CS:GO betting odds suggest this match won’t be “Ez for ENCE”, and we don’t have a reason to believe the Finns can prove the bookmakers wrong. Although it wouldn’t be too far from the truth to say VP are a bit overrated due to their performances at IEM Katowice, they did not disappoint with their showings in the group stage, which they finished with a 3-2 record.

VP’s only two losses came against Astralis (1-2) and Team Liquid (0-2), which is not terrible, considering Liquid and Astralis are playing some of the best CS at the tournament. ENCE, on the other side, managed the same 3-2 record with wins against mousesports (2-1), G2 Esports (2-1) and Team Vitality (2-0), and while those results might look good on paper, we have to note that G2 and Vitality haven’t been playing well for a while now.

We expect the CIS squad to come out ahead, but we don’t believe they will cover the map handicap. A 2-1 victory for Dzhami “Jame” Ali and his crew seems like the most likely outcome, so you can either take over 2.5 maps or shoot higher with a correct score bet.

Virtus.pro to win 2-1 (correct score)


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