CS:GO esports betting tips
by Jur Dava in
eSport Betting Predictions

ESB’s free Counter-Strike: Global Offensive betting picks for Friday, November 12, focus on a pair of WePlay Academy League Season 2 playoff bouts. Here are our selections for BIG Academy vs Young Ninjas and MOUZ NXT vs Natus Vincere Junior, with odds courtesy of the top-rated esports betting sites for gamblers in United States.


BIG ACADEMY vs YOUNG NINJAS CS:GO BETTING & MATCH DETAILS

CS:GO Betting Odds: BIG.A +211 at BetOnline | Y.Ninjas -303.03 at BetOnline
When: November 12, 2021 at 15:00 CET
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/weplaycsgo)


Young Ninjas enter this bout as -303.03 favourites, which isn’t that surprising given the Swedes won this matchup twice in July and August. A lot of time has passed since these rosters last met, but it’s not like Young Ninjas have become any worse, nor have BIG Academy improved.

One major difference between these two sides is that Ninjas have been competing in tier-two tournaments, including Elisa Invitational Fall 2021 and the Malta Vibes Knockout Series #3 last month. While they have not won anything, they’ve been putting up solid results against teams stronger than BIG Academy.

While there is a world where BIG’s star players, namely Nico “Aqua” Kembitzky, step up and make Ninjas’ life tougher, there is little that would suggest BIG can defeat the Swedish lineup.

Young Ninjas -1.5 maps

+107
at
BetOnline

MOUZ NXT vs NATUS VINCERE JUNIOR CS:GO BETTING & MATCH DETAILS

CS:GO Betting Odds: NXT -285.71 at BetOnline | NaVi Jr +200 at BetOnline
When: November 12, 2021 at 18:00 CET
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/weplaycsgo)


This bout presents us with the same situation as the opening match of the day. We have an academy team with experience playing at proper tournaments and a roster that has been playing mostly against other academy squads.

MOUZ NXT are arguably the strongest CS:GO academy team at the tournament. They are the reigning champions and enter the WePlay Academy Season 2 playoffs on the back of consecutive top-four finishes at Malta Vibes Knockout Series #3 and Pinnacle Fall Series #2.

On the other side, Natus Vincere Junior’s most notable success of late was a third-place finish during the WePlay S2 online stage. What’s more, NaVi Jr’s last official match happened over a month ago, so they might be a bit ring-rusty.

We’re getting +110 on MOUZ NXT to win in straight maps, which is too good to pass on. While this is still an academy team, MOUZ NXT are ranked no.39 in the world, while NaVi Jr are no.98.

MOUZ NXT -1.5 maps

+110
at
BetOnline
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