NOM vs NAVI Junior Analysis and Prediction

Published: Dec 20, 2023 - Last Updated: Dec 21, 2023

Fighting for their lives in the Lower Bracket Semifinal of the European Pro League, NOM take on NAVI – let’s look at the odds.

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NOM vs NAVI Junior Match Preview

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Despite being a team for only a couple of months, NOM have already taken some impressive wins against well-known squads in the tier-three space, like Sashi, The Witchers, or Espionage.

Victories against the two latter teams secured them the Lower Bracket Final spot, and with that at least $500 of prize money, out of the possible $5.000 granted to the tournament champion.

Although NOM is an Israeli-majority squad, their main fragging outlet in this tournament has been a Macedonian rifler by the name of Daniel “dan1” Gligorov. The former BLUEJAYS player has fit right into his new roster and is the main force propelling them forward.

As one of the more recognized and favoured names in Counter-Strike, not many expected NAVI Junior to find themselves in the Lower Bracket so soon.

After sitting flawless in the Group Stage, NAVI started well in the Playoffs until they encountered Spirit Academy in the Upper Bracket Semifinals.

Since then, they’ve survived and now face NOM Esports – a team they’ve beaten already at this event. 

Nom vs NAVI Junior
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NOM vs NAVI Junior Odds & Prediction

Pinnacle Esports have NAVI Junior as the narrow favourites to best NOM for the second time and remain in the tournament. It’s shaping up to be a hard-fought and close game.

All odds accessed are accurate at the time of writing and are liable to change.

Hero image credits: NAVI

Bruno Sobieraj
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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