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CS:GO BLAST Pro Series Global Finals Betting Odds

Unsurprisingly, Astralis enters The BLAST Pro Series Global Finals as the favorite.
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After a full year of CS:GO competition, only four teams remain to battle it out at the BLAST Pro Series Global Finals. Astralis, Team Liquid, FaZe Clan and Ninjas in Pyjamas are set to face off in Bahrain from December 12-14 with the winning team claiming $350,000.

Unsurprisingly, Astralis enters the event as a -125 favorite. The Danish squad has been regaining their dominant form of late, winning four of the past six tournaments they have attended. Very little has been able to slow down Astralis, aside from a grueling road schedule and a miracle run by mousesports at the ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals.

Team Liquid enters the BLAST Pro Series Global Finals with the second-best odds to take home the trophy and the prize money at +300. Though still one of the best squads in the world, the North Americans have had their share of slips recently, flaming out of the ESL Pro League Finals and BLAST Pro Series Copenhagen. The brutal schedule Liquid has kept this season does appear to be slowing them down after a monumental first half of 2019, but the team still possesses some of the best play – and trash talking – on the planet.

Despite entering the Global Finals with the most points in the entire BLAST Pro Series this year, FaZe Clan’s odds are at +500 to win it all. FaZe attended four of the six BLAST Pro Series events this season, winning in both Miami and Copenhagen. It has been a bit of a roller-coaster year for FaZe, going through large stretches of wins and losses, while ultimately adding coldzera to the lineup. Though they are still figuring out how to play with the Brazilian star, FaZe has finished in the top three in four of their past five events.

The underdogs of the Global Finals are Ninjas in Pyjamas (+700). NiP claimed the final spot in the Finals by attending the Pro Series events consistently and performing well enough. The Swedes are a great team, currently ranked eighth in the world by HLTV, but have rarely shown they can top the best of the best. Despite some flashes of potential, NiP hasn’t won any major events this season that have had top teams competing.

CS:GO BLAST Pro Series Global Finals Betting Odds
Team Liquid+300
FaZe Clan+500
Ninjas in Pyjamas+700

Odds as of December 10  at Bovada