eSports Betting: Counter Strike #HomeSweetHome Cup April 16 Matches Odds

eSports Betting: Counter Strike Home Sweet Home Cup April 16 Matches Odds

Written by on April 15, 2020

With a quartet of teams set to kick off their Week 2 action in this year’s version of the #HomeSweetHome CS: GO tournament, let’s find out who’s in action and which teams are offering the best value against their Counter Strike betting odds.

eSports Betting: Counter Strike #HomeSweetHome Cup April 16 Matches Odds

Thursday, April 16 at 4:50 PM

AGO vs. SMASH

AGO and SMASH will square off in their Week 2 opener on Thursday. AGO has recorded just one victory over their last five matches, but they’ve dropped four straight including a 2-1 loss against pro100 on April 13. AGO has split their last 10 matches evenly while winning 77 of their last 145 matches over the course of the last year (54%).

SMASH has lost five straight including a 2-1 loss against Illuminar in April 12. SMASH has gone an awful 2-8 over their last 10 matches while going 28-23 over their course of the last year (55%).

Prediction

SMASH is riding a five-match losing streak into this affair while AGO has lost four straight. SMASH did win the only head-to-head meeting by recording a 2-1 win in February, but I like AGO to extract some revenge this time around.

CS-GO Pick: AGO 2-1

BIG vs. Singularity

BIG won five straight matches and capped off their fantastic Week 1 effort by recording a hard-fought 2-1 win over Team Spirit to win the championship and the $30,000 prize that went with it. BIG has won seven of their last 10 matches while winning 63 of their last 111 matches over the course of the last year (57%).

Singularity has won two of five but they’ll be looking to snap a three-match losing streak that includes as 2-0 shutout defeat against EndPoint on April 8. Singularity has won four of their last 10 matches while winning 58 of their last 122 matches over the course of the last year (52%).

Prediction

Singularity closed out Week 1 with three straight losses while BIG got on a red-hot roll to win it all in Week 1. With these two playing polar opposite CS: GO at the moment, BIG is the super easy pick in this one!

CS-GO Pick: BIG 2-0

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