This match-up starts on Wednesday, November 28, 2018 – 22:00 UTC+8
OG will come up against Alliance in the Chongqing Major Europe Qualifier in the first match since their fascinating victory over PSG.LGD in the Grand Finals of The International 8.
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Despite the roster gap, OG still has another star player, Topson, who able to play a lot of heroes. Monkey King in patch 7.19 is not one of the strongest heroes, however Topson’s Monkey King’s performance in The International 8 was impressive. Their opponents never respected his Monkey King.
Alliance, which won a total of 150 Dota Pro Circuit Points in the Kuala Lumpur Major, is yet to play any professional match-ups in patch 7.20. The new patch could prove to be a good one for the team.
Qojqva, the carry position player from Team Alliance is very good in using Lone Druid, even in their match-up against Pain X in Kuala Lumpur Major, they drafted Lone Druid for Qojqva, although Lone Druid is not a good carry hero in that patch.
Valve also realised that Lone Druid is overpowered in patch 7.20, so they nerfed it several times and now Spirit Link has a cool-down time of 22 seconds, but this hero is taking the lead in this patch.
OG vs. Alliance betting prediction
After running our eye through their drafting abilities with patches changes, we give Alliance a 60% chance to win this match-up.
Considering that OG has announced Pajkatt will be playing carry position, we recommend to go medium and bet on Alliance at better than +200 at BetOnline.