This article is part of our DraftKings CS:GO series.
- 08:25 a.m. fnatic vs. Astralis
- 12:00 p.m Natus Vincere vs. OG
- 3:00 p.m FaZe vs. mousesports
fnatic (5–2) vs. Astralis (4–2)
fnatic come in hot after wins against FaZe and NiP, and they are now set to take on Astralis. They have historically struggled against the Danes, with a 1–4 record over the last 12 months. That's a record of 1–5 if you count their previous roster, which included twist and Xizt. Their last win against them came in the semi-finals of DreamHack Masters Malmo, a tournament they later went on to win. flusha had a great performance against FaZe, and his price has been bumped up a bit as a result. I like flusha for the same reasons as I do Xyp9x, but with KRIMZ priced the same, there isn't much reason to roster him unless you are going for a contrarian strategy. KRIMZ and Brollan remain the top plays on fnatic, and JW makes for the best value play at $5,200.
On the side of Astralis, Magisk remains the lowest-priced player in the game. Personally, I would not be afraid to go back to him despite not putting up the numbers in their loss to Natus Vincere on Sunday. device will be the top play on Astralis, as he tends to play well against fnatic. In fact, he has been the top fragger in three of the last four meetings with the Swedes. I highlighted Xyp9x as a solid contrarian play in the last article, and