ORDER vs AVANT GAMING CS:GO BETTING & MATCH DETAILS
|CSGO Betting Odds:||ORDER +119 at BetOnline | Avant -161.29 at BetOnline|
|CSGO Betting Lines:||ORDER +1.5 at -232.56 | Avant -1.5 at +165|
|When:||June 3, 2020 at 18:00 AEST|
|Watch Live:||Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/dreamhackcs)|
ORDER vs AVANT GAMING DREAMHACK MASTERS SPRING 2020: OCEANIA BETTING PREVIEW
ORDER and Avant Gaming will meet for the ninth time this year when they lock horns at the Oceanic DreamHack Masters Spring 2020 tournament this Wednesday.
ORDER enter the event with an impressive 81.25 per cent win rate over the past three months. Notable results in that time include runner-up finishes at the Asia Minor Championship – Rio 2020: Oceanic Closed Qualifier, ESL ANZ Champs Season 10 and ESL One: Road to Rio – Oceania, as well as the ESEA Season 33: Premier Division – Australia title.
ORDER are also currently competing at ESEA Season 34: Premier Division – Australia, where they hold a perfect 10-0 series record and 163-68 map record. In that run they have picked up wins against some of the strongest Australian CS:GO esports teams, including Chiefs ESC (16-7), Avant (16-11), Rooster (19-16) and Ground Zero (16-4).
Although they lost Jordan “Hatz” Bajic to Renegades in January and in-game leader Chris “emagine” Rowlands to retirement in February, ORDER have not taken long to rebuild their roster as one of the strongest in the region. Since the arrival of Jireh “J1rah” Youakim from Avant at the start of March, ORDER have lost only six games out of 32 played – a remarkable run by anybody’s measure.
Even those losses came against Renegades and Avant, each beating ORDER three times. While tucks and his team have yet to defeat Renegades, they got their revenge against Avant three times, levelling their head-to-head record at 3-3.
Avant’s most recent roster changes came in January, when they signed Chris “ofnu” Hanley and Peter “BL1TZ” Athanasatos from Chiefs as replacements for Ju-young “soju_j” Jeong and J1rah. The duo teamed up with core members Euan “sterling” Moore, Jared “HaZR” O’Bree and Mike “apoc” Aliferis, who all joined the Australian esports organisation in May 2019.
With the new roster, Avant finished fourth at the Intel Extreme Masters XIV – World Championship: Oceanic Qualifier, fifth-sixth at the Asia Minor Championship – Rio 2020: Oceanic Closed Qualifier, second at ESEA Season 33: Premier Division – Australia, as well as first at ESL ANZ Champs Season 10 and DreamHack Masters Spring 2020: Oceanic Qualifier.
Looking at their last 10 fixtures, Avant lost to ORDER (11-16), Paradox Gaming (1-2) and Incept eSport (14-16), while their record from the past three months shows a very solid 76.7 per cent win rate.
ORDER vs AVANT GAMING DREAMHACK MASTERS SPRING 2020: OCEANIA BETTING PREDICTIONS
These teams last met in the ESEA Season 34: Premier Division – Australia: Regular Season, where ORDER came away with a commanding 16-11 win on Nuke.
Although Avant managed to keep up the pace with ORDER throughout the first half of that game, they won only three rounds out of the remaining 12 rounds on T-side. The main culprits for their subpar performance were sterling, HaZR and ofnu, who averaged 0.66, 0.82 and 0.83 ratings respectively.
Those three have shown improvement since then, averaging 1.02, 1.32 and 1.48 ratings respectively. They have faced mostly weaker teams, however, so we have to take those figures with a grain of salt.
The betting odds show Avant as the favourites, but they should be the other way around. ORDER’s performances in the last couple of weeks have been far more reliable, while they also hold a slightly better map record than Avant.
ORDER to win