Read ahead for a full breakdown of what's to come.
Day 2 Matches
- FaZe Clan vs Astralis
- Fnatic vs Team Liquid
- HellRaisers vs Astralis
- FaZe Clan vs Luminosity Gaming
- FaZe Clan vs HellRaisers
- Fnatic vs Astralis
- Luminosity Gaming vs Team Liquid
Breaking it Down
Just like Day 1, expect the unexpected from Group Yellow. HellRaisers ended the day in first place at 2-1, so they should be able to carry that momentum into day two. They don't have much experience at this level though, having never even been to the EPL Finals, so you never know what they might do.
They could fold under pressure, or rise to the occasion and blow everyone away.
FaZe Clan faltered slightly early on, losing in overtime to Fnatic, but they were at least able to finish 1-1. Their confidence must be quite shaky though, so their game against Astralis could really go either way. They are the number two team in the world though, and are always liable to take over a tournament. Expect them to win at least two of their three games tomorrow.
#LGCSGO falls to @FNATIC [13-16], but fought a good fight in their last match of Day 1 at the #ESLPROLEAGUE Finals. GGWP.— Luminosity Gaming (@Luminosity) December 5, 2017
Time to recharge and regroup for tomorrow matches!#LGLOYAL pic.twitter.com/L53BpAuoIQ
The first game of the day will be between FaZe Clan and Astralis, taking place at 6:00 a.m. EST. The match will be broadcast live on the ESL Counter-Strike official YouTube channel, and the stream will be archived for later viewing.
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