2022 League of Legends LEC Summer Split Week 2 Odds

2022 League of Legends LEC Summer Split Week 2 Betting

The only unbeaten team through the first week of the LEC season is G2 Esports. The reigning champions of the LEC played very well in wins over Astralis, Rogue, and Excel Esports, so it’s no surprise that they are a massive favorite by the League of Legends betting odds against winless Team BDS. BDS looks set to be the worst team in the LEC during the Summer Split, but G2 has a history of disappointing as a big favorite in the regular season.

2022 League of Legends LEC Summer Split Week 2 Odds

Astralis -113

SK Gaming -113

It will be interesting to watch Astralis in this game. Their lone loss is against unbeaten G2, and their two wins are against the only winless teams in the LEC (Team BDS and Misfits Gaming). They were the worst team in the LEC during the Spring Split with just three wins, but there is reason to believe they have improved for now. New additions Xerxe and Vizicsacsi are both veterans that have a history of making their teams better immediately.

SK Gaming stood pat after finishing eighth last split, and it’s clear that this team just doesn’t have much talent. They do know how to play together well, but it’s really hard to back them at close to even odds since there isn’t a player you trust to take over a game.

Team Vitality -133

Excel Esports +104

For most of the year, Team Vitality was overrated. Now, it looks like Team Vitality is underrated, as they should be more of a favorite against Excel Esports. Haru did not play poorly in the jungle in Week 1, and Vitality went 2-1 despite opponents having success ganking Perkz and Alphari in the early game.

Excel finally made the postseason in the Spring Split, and it seems like they have a decent read on the meta. However, the talent gap is just too wide, and there isn’t enough value in Excel as only a slight underdog.

Misfits Gaming +233

Rogue -317

Vetheo is the reigning LEC MVP, and Misfits Gaming played through him in the mid lane last split. However, they have not been able to play through Vetheo on the durability patch as its very hard for one player to take over the game with assassins largely out of the meta.

Rogue might be 1-2, but they played the three toughest teams in the league at the start of the season. They have a mid laner in Larssen that can mitigate Vetheo, while Rogue takes advantage in every other area on the map.

G2 Esports -900

Team BDS +525

A lot of people are going to include G2 Esports in parlays since they have looked great, but G2 is a team that doesn’t take the regular season too seriously. They have made a habit of that over the last few years, so it’s hard to trust them as this much of a favorite although they should beat Team BDS.

This is a new meta and a new split, and G2 is known for limit testing against weaker opponents. It probably won’t bite them in this match, but there is good value in BDS at over 5-1.

Fnatic -163

MAD Lions +127

There’s no doubt that this is the best match on Friday. Fnatic and MAD Lions are both 2-1, and they are two of the best four teams in the LEC. The decision to bring in Nisqy paid off immensely for this team in Week 1, and he has a 13.5 KDA through the first three games. Armut and Elyoya have rediscovered their form too, so the MAD Lions are out to put a disappointing Spring Split behind them.

Fnatic have the best bottom lane in the region. Hylissang doesn’t care about his KDA, continually hunting for opportunities for Upset to get ahead, and that has led to Fnatic drafting Draven twice. Humanoid and Razork would both like to knock off their former team, but that is easier said than done.

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