OG vs TYLOO betting predictions – ESL Pro League S11 Europe


CSGO Betting Odds: OG $1.29 at 888 Sportsbook | TYLOO $3.74 at 888 Sportsbook
CSGO Betting Lines: OG -1.5 at $1.90 | TYLOO +1.5 at $1.84
When: March 27, 2020 at 14:20 CET
Watch Live: Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/esl_csgo)


OG and TYLOO will meet on the battlefield for the first time this Friday in the second fixture of Group C at ESL Pro League Season 11 Europe.

OG come into this event with designs on claiming their first-ever title. Although their road to the top won’t be a cakewalk, Aleksi “Alaksib” Virolainen and co. will fancy their chances against a TYLOO outfit billed as one of the weakest teams in the tournament.

OG saw a reasonable amount of success in the BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 Regular Season in February, where they took down Evil Geniuses twice but fell short in the group finals against the reigning IEM Katowice silver medallists, G2 Esports. A runner-up finish was enough to earn them a spot in the Spring 2020 Finals, which is exactly what this team needed following iffy displays at IEM Katowice Open qualifiers and ICE Challenge 2020.

OG, however, failed to carry that momentum into the European Minor Championship Closed Qualifier, where they suffered a shock 0-2 defeat against Team Heretics in round one. They bounced back with a 2-0 thrashing of KOVA Esports, but a 1-2 defeat to GODSENT in the second round of the lower bracket saw them finish in ninth-12th place.

TYLOO, despite hailing from a weaker region, had always carried the element of surprise, which made them a dangerous team for those who underestimated them. That, however, changed in December, when Hansel “BnTeT” Ferdinand left for Gen.G and took with him the only serious quality on the roster.

Since the turn of the year, TYLOO have attended the Intel Extreme Masters XIV World Championship Asian Qualifier, IEM Katowice main event and Asia Minor Championship Chinese Closed Qualifier, with varying degrees of success. TYLOO made it to the finals of IEM Katowice qualifiers but suffered a humiliating 0-3 loss to ViCi, although they still secured a ticket for Poland because ViCi were unable to secure their visas for the prestigious tournament.

In Poland, TYLOO failed to represent their region properly without BnTeT on the team. A 0-2 loss against mousesports in the opening match of Group B and a clean sweep in round one of the lower bracket against 100 Thieves saw TYLOO end their IEM Katowice endeavour in last place with a consolation prize of US $2,500.

Their venture into the Asia Minor Championship qualifiers failed to bare any more fruits. Although TYLOO made easy work of Wubbalubbadubdub and Lynn Vision in the first two rounds, they failed to overcome ViCi and later lost their ticket for the Asia Minor with a 0-2 loss to EHOME in the lower bracket finals.


Since BnTeT left, TYLOO are not the same team that pocketed a top-four finish at CS:GO Asia Championships 2019 in November. While they saw some success against weaker Asian teams in recent tournaments and qualifiers, OG will prove to be an entirely different beast.

We could argue that this is an online tournament, which should, in theory, give the underdogs a fighting chance, but the quality gap here is way too big.

OG are the stronger team and esports bookmakers did a fine job setting the odds. TYLOO will be fighting an uphill battle and the favourites should come out with a perfect 2-0 win.

OG -1.5 maps

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