The fourth week of LEC is over and things got even more complicated with G2 Esports being out of the playoffs zone. We have four teams tied for third place and they are following MAD Lions with 6-3 and Rogue with 7-2. Let’s take a look at the results of the fourth week to find out how did we get here.
Four teams that are tied for third place are Excel Esports, Fnatic, Misfits Gaming and Team Vitality, with five wins and four losses. Misfits managed a five-win streak that got them here as the first half of the league is over. Astralis and G2 follow them behind, with G2 having a four-loss streak that killed their tempo.
LEC Week 4 recap
Astralis faced XL to kick off the first week and finally secured a victory after some disappointing results. Dajor’s 5-1-9 Orianna and Kobbe’s 9-2-7 Ashe was inspiring. Following that, MAD Lions played a perfect game against Team BDS, defeating them 17-1 in 27 minutes.
Misfits Gaming had a three-win streak up until this point, and their toughest challenge was here: Fnatic. Misfits destroyed their strong enemies while outclassing their jungler Razork. He was 1-7-5 while MSF reached the victory in 38 minutes. Following that, G2’s disgraceful performance continued against SK Gaming. JNX was 4-0-10 on top Sylas and Jezu was 9-1-4 on Draven while SK crushed G2 in 35 minutes.
To end the day, Rogue faced Team Vitality. After losing the first two games of the season, Rogue's incredible win streak continued against the superteam, defeating them 15-5 in 30 minutes. SK Gaming faced XL the next day, relying on Sertuss’ Sylas, who delivered. Playing 8-0-2 against Nukeduck, Sertuss brought the 2-0 week to SK’s side.
MAD Lions picked Samira against Astralis and made it work while Armut was on his signature Gnar. UNF0RGIVEN played 6-1-2 to close the game in 39 minutes in favour of his team. Rogue also finished the week 2-0 after taking down BDS in 28 minutes, thanks to another incredible performance by Hans sama’s replacement Comp. His synergy with Trymbi has been key for Rogue this season.
MSF had a 4 win streak while G2 had three losses in a row until this game, and the forms decided the game's outcome. Even though G2 was ahead in score 18-13, Misfits took the win by defeating their opponents in objectives. Following that, Fnatic also had a 0-2 week after Vitality was able to outperform them. Wunder was 1-6-4 on Kayle while Alphari carried the game for his team with 6-2-6 GP.
After these complicating results, LEC will continue to offer lots of entertainment in the following weeks. You can find live streams of the games on Luckbox. Sign up now to claim your 100% bonus before placing your bets.
LEC Week 5 schedule and betting odds
Check out the schedule below:
Friday, July 22
Team BDS (2.20) vs SK Gaming (1.60) - 18:00 CEST
Misfits Gaming (2.05) vs Excel Esports (1.70) - 19:00 CEST
Team Vitality (2.15) vs MAD Lions (1.62) - 20:00 CEST
G2 Esports (1.28) vs Astralis (3.40) - 21:00 CEST
Rogue (1.58) vs Fnatic (2.25) - 22:00 CEST
Saturday, July 23
Team BDS (2.40) vs Astralis (1.52) - 17:00 CEST
SK Gaming (2.90) vs MAD Lions (1.35) - 18:00 CEST
Team Vitality (1.48) vs Misfits Gaming (2.50) - 19:00 CEST
Rogue (1.70) vs G2 Esports (2.05) - 20:00 CEST
Fnatic (1.60) vs Excel Esports (2.20) - 21:00 CEST
The second half of the LEC 2022 Summer will start this week, and there are a few streaks that intrigue us. Rogue will try to continue their seven-win streak against Fnatic and G2 Esports. It looks tough, but Rogue once again proved that they don’t have any opponents in the regular season.
Misfits Gaming also has a five-win streak that they accumulated after starting 0-4. They will face XL and Vitality to take their revenge. G2 Esports started perfectly but lost four in a row. They have to face Astralis and Rogue to stop this nightmare. Finally, Team BDS sits at the bottom of the league following a five-loss streak, which is why they are 1-8. SK Gaming and Astralis aren’t flawless but it’s hard for BDS to secure a 2-0 against them.