FLYQUEST VS 100 THIEVES LEAGUE OF LEGENDS BETTING & MATCH DETAILS
|LoL Betting Odds:
|FlyQuest -121.95 at BetOnline | 100 Thieves -107.53 at BetOnline
|February 17, 2020 at 17:30 PST
FLYQUEST VS 100 THIEVES LCS SPRING SPLIT BETTING PREVIEW
FlyQuest and 100 Thieves will meet on the Summoner’s Rift this Monday in a League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) bout featuring two sides that have yet to solidify themselves as serious playoffs contenders.
100 Thieves enter their final fixture of Week 4 on the back of a painful defeat against Dignitas on Saturday, which was their fourth loss of the split. 100T played well but were out-drafted by Henrik “Froggen” Hansen and his squad.
Besides that loss to Dignitas, 100 Thieves defeated Golden Guardians, Counter Logic Gaming and Team Liquid but lost to Evil Geniuses, Cloud9 and Immortals. Based on their results, it would be safe to say 100 Thieves are a solid team that can go toe-to-toe with anyone in the league.
The only issue with 100 Thieves is their inconsistency. Most of their defeats so far have been relatively close, however, so it looks like they could be gatekeepers of the LCS playoffs this season.
FlyQuest still have a lot to prove to the LCS crowd before we can consider them as one of the best North American squads. Jason “WildTurtle” Tran and company had won three out of six games ahead of their clash with Team SoloMid on Sunday, but there is much more to that record than meets the eye.
FlyQuest won their Week 1 clashes with Immortals and Counter Logic Gaming as expected. In Week 2, FlyQuest handed Dignitas their first loss of the season, although that was down to the opposition underperforming more than anything else. In Week 3, FlyQuest were crushed by both Cloud9 and Evil Geniuses and while the first result was expected, we are seriously concerned with their loss to EG.
Those results point to a very unstable team, which leads us to believe FlyQuest are not as strong as their 3-3 record would appear to suggest.
FLYQUEST VS 100 THIEVES LCS SPRING SPLIT BETTING PREDICTIONS
The betting odds at esports bookmakers suggest this will be a close bout, but we are not too keen on FlyQuest’s chances of justifying their slight favouritism.
Both teams can have their moments when they impress and outperform everyone’s expectations, but in terms of raw quality of players and overall approach to the game, we like 100 Thieves more. While Cody “Cody Sun” Sun and his squad are by no means a team we would back to make a deep run in the LCS this season, they have shown enough to make us believe they can stand up to anyone on their day.
William “Meteos” Hartman is still a weak link for 100T due to his questionable decisions and indifferent performances. But if he can hold his own, and if Cody Sun gets a chance to shine, 100 Thieves can be a very scary team to play against.
FlyQuest, meanwhile, seem to be incapable of winning the game by outmuscling their adversaries and instead rely on opponents’ mistakes. That will make for an interesting bout, as 100 Thieves are no stranger to dropping the ball.
This match can easily go either way, but we would not feel comfortable siding with FlyQuest following their poor display against Evil Geniuses in Week 3.
100 Thieves to win