Top Esports reverse sweep Victory Five in 2022 LPL Spring Split playoffs

Best Esports have progressed one particular step closer to the grand finals of the 2022 LPL Spring Split playoffs following taking down Victory Five in a astonishing reverse sweep right now.

The 2022 LPL Spring Break up playoffs are quickly coming to an end given that only 4 League of Legends teams continue being in the race to represent the location at the Mid-Year Invitational. In today’s match, the LPL’s fifth-seeded Top rated Esports took on the region’s No. 1 seeded Victory 5 to establish which workforce would transfer on to the semifinals.

In the very first activity, Victory 5 jungler Karsa led the cost in opposition to Prime Esports on his dominant Hecarim pick. Throughout the whole early video game, Karsa billed throughout the Rift, applying his tension on the base half of the map. This finally assisted both mid laner Rookie and Advert have Photic accumulate sales opportunities on Orianna and Jinx. 

As the activity progressed further more, equally Rookie and Photic had been unstoppable because both the teamfighting and late-match scaling have been in favor of Victory 5. This helped the staff grab a few dragons, a Baron, and a 12,000 gold direct that was used to shut out the activity in 27 minutes. 

Throughout the initial match, Best Esports only acquired two kills, so they promptly had to check out to reverse their fortunes likely into sport two. And Leading Esports enhanced upon their initial sport a person struggles by means of two early kills on to Rookie and Victory 5 support ppgod. 

Top rated Esports ongoing to force Victory 5 all through the early recreation, but Victory Five stopped a snowball from forming via CS qualified prospects above their opponents. Though Top rated Esports used their early get rid of pressure to get a few

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NFL games today: Expert picks, predictions, props for NFL playoffs, Sunday divisional round schedule 2022

This weekend will decide who makes up our NFL “Final Four.” The divisional round of the playoffs has the potential to be the most entertaining round of the postseason and it certainly got off to a rousing start on Saturday.

The Cincinnati Bengals punched their ticket with a walk-off win on the road over the top-seeded Titans, while the 49ers sent Aaron Rodgers and the top-seeded Packers home early with a walk-off win as well. On Sunday, Tom Brady and Matthew Stafford face off for the second time this year, while the Chiefs and Bills tangle in a rematch of last season’s AFC title game. If you’re looking for advice on what lines to play on Sunday, you’ve come to the right spot.  

Every week, we collect all of the best picks and gambling content from CBSSports.com and SportsLine in one place, so you can get picks against the spread from our CBS Sports experts as well as additional feature content for each game, including plays from top SportsLine experts and the SportsLine Projection Model, best bets from our staff and more.

All NFL odds via Caesars Sportsbook.

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Time: Sunday, 6:30 p.m. ET (CBS), stream on Paramount+ (click here)
Open: Chiefs -2.5, O/U 54.5
Current: Chiefs -2, O/U 54

“This is a rematch from a game earlier this season that the Bills won on the Chiefs’ home field. The Bills and Chiefs are both coming off impressive victories. Both Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen lit up their opponents

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Europa League playoffs draw results: Matches, teams qualified, seeds, rules for Round of 16 qualifiers

The Europa League may be Europe’s secondary club competition behind the lucrative UEFA Champions League, but the entertainment value and drama should ratchet up significantly after the changes made to the 2021-22 tournament to make it more exclusive and competitive.

One of those changes was the introduction of a playoff stage before the Round of 16. The eight Champions League third-place teams that in the past just walked into the Europa League’s knockouts as a consolation prize, will now have to prove they belong through playoff matches. Gone is the inflated Round of 32 that allotted slots for those Champions League underachievers to drop in — the Europa League knockouts will now start with the Round of 16, and half of the participants will come via the playoffs.

That playoff draw took place on Monday, Dec. 13. Here’s how it worked and which teams were involved.

Match Home team – 1st leg   Home team – 2nd leg
1 Sevilla FC vs Dinamo Zagreb
2 Atalanta vs Olympiakos
3 RB Leipzig vs Real Sociedad
4 Barcelona vs Napoli
5 FC Zenit vs Real Betis
6 Borussia Dortmund vs Rangers
7 FC Sheriff Tiraspol vs Sporting Braga
8 Porto vs Lazio

Europa League playoff draw

In the past, the Champions League third-place teams dropped into the Europa League knockouts because they were deemed to be deserving based on the quality and credentials that allowed them to qualify for Europe’s premier competition in the first place. Beginning this season, they’ll have to earn their spot in the Europa League Round of 16.

Those eight Champions League teams were drawn against the eight Europa League group runners-up in playoff series that will be played over two legs on Feb. 17 and Feb. 24. The team with the most goals in each series will

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