FURIA fe vs 9 Pandas Fearless Prediction Match Preview, Odds & Predictions

Published: Dec 7, 2023

The most in-form team in Brazil will kick off the ESL Impact League Season 4 Finals Group B, as FURIA fe take on 9 Pandas Fearless.

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FURIA fe vs 9 Pandas Fearless Match Preview

CS2 odds used in this article were provided by one of the best CS2 betting sites, Pinnacle.


FURIA fe are without a doubt the best team from the Americas region, as evidenced by their ongoing 10-match win streak, which began in October earlier this year. The ESL Impact League Season 2 Runner-ups are eager to get back to the Grand Final and have another bite at the cherry.

Back then, they had Olga “Olga” Rodrigues on their team, who’s one of the best female CS2 players in the world. However, her departure from the team seems to have had no impact on FURIA fe’s performance.

9 Pandas Fearless

With the Russian squad failing to get out of their group at ESL Impact League Season 3 Finals, their main goal for this tournament should be to reach the semi-final stage at the very least. Having said that, their road to the playoffs will be very difficult, with two heavy hitters in FURIA fe and NAVI Javelins standing in their way.

9 Pandas Fearless are yet to beat FURIA fe, which means that if they were to defeat them in their opening match, then they would gain a ton of confidence, which could carry them through further into the tournament.

Image Credits: Pinnacle

FURIA fe vs 9 Pandas Fearless Odds & Prediction

Pinnacle Esports favour FURIA fe in this game, which is understandable considering the teams’ matchup history and their current form.

Odds are correct at the time of publication and subject to change. 

Hero image credit: 9 Pandas Fearless Twitter

Bruno Sobieraj

Since: September 16, 2023

My name is Bruno and my love for Counter-Strike was sparked when the Polish Virtus.pro was plowing through opponents from 2014 to 2018. Since then, I’ve been dreaming of working in esports and here I am.

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