T1 VS GRIFFIN LEAGUE OF LEGENDS BETTING & MATCH DETAILS
|LoL Betting Odds:||T1 -344.83 at BetOnline | Griffin +240 at BetOnline|
|LoL Betting Lines:||T1 -1.5 at -109.89 | Griffin +1.5 at -120.48|
|When:||February 26, 2020 at 20:00 KST|
|Watch Live:||Lolesports, Twitch|
T1 VS GRIFFIN LCK SPRING SPLIT BETTING PREVIEW
Week 4 of the League of Legends Champions Korea (LCK) Spring Split will kick off with an exciting clash between the three-time world champions T1 and the new-look Griffin this Wednesday.
T1 enter Week 4 with only one loss, which came at the hands of Hanwha Life Esports in a shock defeat during the first week of the season. Besides that, however, T1 have looked strong in their wins over the likes of DAMWON Gaming, KT Rolster, Gen.G, DragonX and APK Prince.
Park “Teddy” Jin-seong and Kim “Canna” Chang-dong are both putting up impressive numbers, boasting a 7.06 and 7.00 KDA respectively. Canna is one of the most effective top laners in the league, while Teddy holds onto the second-best KDA out of ADC mains and leads in both CSPM (11.23) and KS (34.3%). Faker has not had any standout performances yet, but he remains one of the best mid laners, while Lee “Effort” Sang-ho and Moon “Cuzz” Woo-chan rank among the top five players in their respective roles.
Griffin enter this bout with a 2-4 record next to their name, which ties them with SANDBOX Gaming in seventh place. Griffin lost to Afreeca Freecs, Gen.G, DAMWON Gaming and Hanwha Life Esports, but they beat SANDBOX and APK Prince.
While Griffin look like a decent team with the potential to compete for a playoff spot, it is clear that they don’t have the quality or the form to go toe-to-toe with the top Korean LoL teams. The biggest issue with Griffin is the underwhelming performances of their key players, namely Choi “Sword” Sung-won.
T1 VS GRIFFIN LCK SPRING SPLIT BETTING PREDICTIONS
T1 are priced as heavy favourites to defeat Griffin with -344.83 offered on an outright win, which seems like a fair assessment. It’s hard to expect an upset from Griffin here, so the only question that needs answering is whether T1 can produce a clean sweep or not.
We have some concerns with Sword’s performances. While a skilled player, it’s clear that he is not in the best shape of his life. He has the fourth-lowest KDA (1.89) out of all top laners this season, as well as the second-lowest CSPM (8.05) and third-lowest KPAR (50.3%).
He will be facing Canna, who is one of the best top laners in the league, which alone should give T1 a huge advantage in the upper part of the map. Even in other lanes T1 hold a respectable level of advantage, yet none is as obvious as in the top lane.
While the current meta does not put much emphasis on the top laners, we can trust T1 to spot the mismatch, help Canna win his lane and translate the pressure onto the mid and bottom. Side with the favourites to secure their fifth consecutive win in a commanding fashion.
T1 -1.5 maps