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eSport Betting Predictions

After hitting both of our WePlay Academy League Season 1 betting picks for last Saturday, Esportbet returns with another pair of best bets for Tuesday, July 27. Here are our selections for mouz NXT vs FURIA Academy and Astralis Talent vs BIG Academy.


MOUZ NXT vs FURIA ACADEMY CS:GO BETTING & MATCH DETAILS

CS:GO Betting Odds: mouz -250 at BetOnline | FURIA +178 at BetOnline
When: July 27, 2021 at 17:00 CEST
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/weplaycsgo)


Mouz NXT and FURIA Academy last met on Tuesday, July 20, when the Brazilians won with 16-12. It’s important to note that mouz NXT had to play with a stand-in Frederik “Fessor” Sørensen, who replaced Hubert “szejn” Światły in the 24th round.

Although replacing a player mid-game obviously isn’t ideal, it’s not like mouz NXT lost that match because of Fessor since they were already 9-15 down at that point. Mouz NXT added another loss against BIG Academy (13-16) the following day but have since won four in a row and now seem to be in great shape.

FURIA Academy looked very solid early into the tournament but soon started to struggle, losing against VP.Prodigy (14-16), BIG Academy (14-16), Young Ninjas (6-16), and NAVI Junior, who stomped them 16-3 on Sunday.

FURIA Academy have had a few solid showings early, but their most recent outings were anything but convincing. Mouz NXT should win this match with ease.

Mouz NXT -3.5 rounds

-126.58
at
BetOnline

ASTRALIS TALENT vs BIG ACADEMY CS:GO BETTING & MATCH DETAILS

CS:GO Betting Odds: Astralis +144 at BetOnline | BIG -196.08 at BetOnline
When: July 27, 2021 at 19:00 CEST
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/weplaycsgo)


Astralis Talent have not lived up to the expectations with their performances throughout the first week of play in the WePlayAcademy League; however, it wouldn’t be fair to criticise them too much. The Danes have managed double digits in all of their games but one – against Young Ninjas (3-16) – and are showing improvement with each passing day.

BIG Academy are one of the hottest teams at the tournament, but as mentioned last week, they rely way too much on their star player, Nico “Aqua” Kembitzky, to do all the heavy lifting. BIG Academy and Astralis Talent last met on Tuesday, when Aqua averaged a 2.04 rating with 39 kills and 140.9 Average Damage Per Round (ADR).

If he can replicate that performance, BIG Academy will win with ease; however, we wouldn’t underestimate Astralis Talent’s ability to force a close series.

Over 26.5 rounds

-109.89
at
BetOnline
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