G2 vs Fnatic Prediction & Odds: LEC Spring Playoffs Finals

Published: Apr 14, 2024

The scriptwriters’ ideal final between Europe’s legendary duo sees G2 Esports and Fnatic meet in a LEC final once again. The most storied LEC organisations are set to battle it out for another title, bringing the pinnacle of the LEC back to the old guard after a season with storylines so far dominated by its newcomers. Here we’ll look into the matchup to help punters in their League of Legends betting efforts ahead of the final on Sunday, April 14 in the Riot Games Arena Berlin.

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G2 Esports vs Fnatic Analysis

G2 and Fnatic have not just proven themselves as the top sides in Europe and the West, but are the only two of the current Western organisations to have ever been amongst the best teams in League.

G2 was only a single series away from completing the so-far unreachable Golden Road in 2019, while Fnatic was the game’s first-ever season champion and also reached the Worlds final in 2018. Now the pair face off in an LEC final for the sixth time.

G2 Esports Strengths and Strategies

G2 has been brutally dominant in the LEC’s recent years, winning five of the last seven championships. Only a Spring defeat to MAD Lions stopped them from winning all possible domestic titles last season, and they’ll be looking to do one better in 2024 by winning all three splits and the Season Finals. With the Winter championship clinched already, just rivals Fnatic stand between G2 and the Spring title.

Those titles secured superstar mid laner Caps’ place as the player with the most LEC trophies, and his old side Fnatic has failed to win a single split since he left them for G2. He’s joined by support Mikyx as a Western GOAT in the pair’s respective roles, while top laner BrokenBlade and bot laner Hans Sama are on track to be amongst the candidates in their roles too. Jungler Yike continues to develop in what’s only his second LEC season, on the verge of a ridiculous fifth title in only a year and a half.

Fnatic Strengths and Strategies

While not on Caps’ level, Fnatic has a star mid laner of its own through Humanoid; a player who for years has been in limbo – better than the other LEC mid pool talent but still some way off Caps’ level. A title won against the Dane would finally see Humanoid step up as a real contender.

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Jungler Razork is Fnatic’s other big name, leading the roster for a number of years and sitting amongst the best in his role in Europe. The mid/jungle pair lead the rest of the inexperienced, but talent-laden roster with Oscarinin top and the Korean bot duo of Noah and Jun.

G2 vs Fnatic Odds

Given G2’s dominance in recent years, it comes as no surprise to see that most LoL betting sites have the side as the favourite for the LEC final. The Caps-led team are heavy favourites with odds of 1.18, while a Fnatic upset is far less likely with odds of 4.25 on the team to win its first title since 2018.

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Lee Jones

Since: May 13, 2023

By day, Lee is a self-taught esports writer, having started in 2018, and has since gone on to appear in and host numerous talk shows/podcasts. By night, Lee is a world record holder as the fastest player ever to be fired on Football Manager – feel free to see this as an achievement or an embarrassment.

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