LEC Summer 2022 Week 6 Prediction and Analysis

Published: Jul 29, 2022 - Last Updated: Jun 24, 2024

The end of the regular season in LEC Summer 2022 is nearing and teams are preparing to use their last chance to make the playoffs. The sixth week of the league will see 10 matches, as always, and teams can no longer afford to make mistakes. Here are the first day’s matches and predictions.

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SK Gaming vs Astralis

Predictions: Astralis to win

Odds: 1.75

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When: July 29, 2022 – 18:00 CEST

SK Gaming and Astralis will face off in the opening match of week six of LEC Summer 2022. Entering the final three weeks of the league, the playoff chasing teams can’t make any mistakes.

Only one win separates the two teams. Astralis have started the season relatively well, with up and down results, reaching 5 wins in 11 games and maintaining their presence in the playoff race. The situation is a bit different for SK Gaming. They started the season poorly, but with back-to-back victories, they have avoided the last place in the league.

SK Gaming’s momentary surge earned them wins, but they couldn’t maintain that form. Astralis seem to be the better team overall.

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Rogue vs Misfits

Predictions: Rogue to win

League of Legends Odds: 1.28

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When: July 29, 2022 – 19:00 CEST

Misfits are on a losing streak again. They started the season with poor results and then managed to bounce back with a 4-win streak. However, the last week didn’t go so well for them and they suffered losses against Excel and Vitality.

On the other hand, Rogue are one of the teams at the top of the league as always. Until last week, they were alone there, but the loss to MAD Lions forced them to share the lead.

Although it is crucial for Misfits to win this match in order to make it to the playoffs, Rogue are very close to not letting that happen.

Vitality vs Excel

Predictions: Excel to win

Odds: 1.72

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When: July 29, 2022 – 20:00 CEST

With last week’s results, Vitality continued their 1 win 1 loss streak. They’ve been performing like this since last season and it’s hard to predict which match they can step up and win.

Excel, on the other hand, pocketed a victory over Fnatic last time out, and have taken a bit of a breather in a close playoff race. They have 7 wins and have the luxury of at least 1 more loss.

Excel’s other opponent this week is league leader MAD Lions. When we evaluate the balance of power, we can state that Excel have a better chance against Vitality and they will want to take advantage of it.

Team BDS vs G2 Esports

Predictions: G2 Esports to win

Odds: 1.13

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When: July 29, 2022 – 21:00 CEST

Team BDS have retained their title as the worst team of LEC Summer 2022 with two losses last week. They are already out of the playoff race. However, their only win was against their current opponents G2 Esports.

In the middle of the season, G2 Esports had a tough time and suffered back-to-back losses. So much so that even their playoff chances were in jeopardy. Fortunately, they won both of their games last week and are back in the top half of the league. Although they lost to Team BDS in the first half of the season, they won’t allow any surprises this time.

LEC Summer 2022 Fnatic
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MAD Lions vs Fnatic

Predictions: MAD Lions to win

Odds: 1.58

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When: July 29, 2022 – 23:00 CEST

MAD Lions have gotten better week by week, both in terms of individual and team play. They are currently on a 4 game winning streak and they want to improve it as much as possible. Their opponent is a strong team, but Fnatic are in bad form and have lost 4 games in a row.

Fnatic want to stop the bad run, but I don’t think MAD Lions will let them. 

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