2022 League of Legends LEC Summer Split Week 4 Odds

BookMaker Esports Betting Coverage July 14

Only two games separate eight of the ten teams in the LEC this split. Team BDS and SK Gaming look set to be the bottom feeders of the region this season with just one win apiece, but everyone else is right in the mix of things after the mid-season break. Excel Esports have been the most surprising team in Europe with a 5-2 record, and they are in good position to be in first place at the end of the first round robin with games against Astralis and SK Gaming this week.

2022 League of Legends LEC Summer Split Week 4 Betting Odds

Excel Esports -488

SK Gaming +335

It might finally be the Year of the Duck as Nukeduck has performed extremely well in the mid lane for Excel Esports this split. Excel finally made the playoffs for the first time in the Spring Split, and they have decidedly improved now that the pressure is off in that department. Their decision to add veteran support Mikyx has paid off in a big way, as the shotcaller leads the team in kill percentage and has provided a steady hand.

Meanwhile, SK Gaming are grasping at straws. They decided to get cute in the bottom lane two weeks ago, subbing in Gadget for Jezu in order for Gadget to play Karthus and Tahm Kench. However, that failed to work out, and SK looks like the worst team in Europe this season.

Astralis +223

MAD Lions -300

This is a mismatch and MAD Lions should be more of a favorite despite being just one game ahead of Astralis in the standings. Astralis’ three wins have come against the three worst teams in Europe, while MAD Lions have quality wins over G2 Esports and Team Vitality. Nisqy has been a solid mid laner for this team, and the only issue has been the play of Unf0rgiven in the bottom lane.

Rogue -900

Team BDS +525

This should be a match that Rogue dominates from start to finish. Rogue is tied for first place with a 5-2 record, while Team BDS has had a rough go of things. However, Rogue should not be this much of a favorite. Team BDS has shown that it can play strange compositions like xmatty taking Sion into the bottom lane, and BDS has had two weeks to prepare something special.

G2 Esports -270

Misfits Gaming +203

Defending champions G2 Esports should be focused once more after a week off. We have seen the traditional G2 mid-season slump as this veteran roster sometimes sleepwalks through matches, and we saw that against 1-6 Team BDS.

Misfits Gaming has performed better recently, but this is not a strong meta for this team. Vetheo’s power in the mid lane is largely mitigated, and the rest of the roster is not ready to take over in the laning phase. Top laner Irrelevant is likely to get gapped by BrokenBlade, so G2 is the play.

Fnatic -178

Team Vitality +138

The last match of the weak features Perkz taking on his long-time rival in Fnatic. Team Vitality looks better than it did in the Spring Split, but this team still has issues everywhere but the bottom lane. Perkz has not been strong, and Alphari has been ganked often in the top lane, while Haru is struggling to make a difference in the jungle.

Fnatic has the best bottom lane in the LEC, and they have the edge in the other areas too. Upset and Hylissang will be able to take over in the mid-game and late game to give the favorites the win.

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