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Two teams fighting for their playoff lives will square off as TNC tries to create an improbable comeback against the returning Omega who are riding on a two game win streak. A loss for TNC will eliminate them altogether in the playoffs race while for Omega a loss will bring them back to the problem that they might encounter moving forward. Every game is important now more than ever for each team and a win will be an important part of their campaign. But just like in other sports it is one game at a time and do not worry about the upcoming games.
For Omega they will still use the lineup that brought them six points lately and that is thanks to their new core Raizen who will hold the Hayabusa for the first game. Ch4knu (Khuffra) provided the much needed control for their heavy hitters to connect, Kerala (Harith) played flawlessly as he secured his lane and made sure that when it comes to late game Omega can depend on him. Renzio provided the much needed tankiness that helped Ch4knu to guard Kelra and E2max.
Tnc on the other hand had their precious chances as they connected with the important pick-offs especially when P-God (Kadita) is around. Their newcomers Der (X.Borg) and Benthings (Grock) had a good outing as they tried to guard Chuu (Ling) and let him get his buffs. But the controls from Ch4knu and Renzio was just too much for the Phoenix to handle and at around nineteen minutes it was a done deal thanks to the brilliant positionings of E2Max and his Pharsa that removed TNC from playoffs contention by virtue of winning game one.
And it went all south for Tnc as Omega secured a two to none victory and didn’t even use any marksman hero during game two. A flex Yu Zhong for Kelra and Phoveus for Renzio is just too much for Tnc to handle. The Luo Yi surprise pick distracted the rotation for Tnc and secured clutch kills for Omega. The Lunox (Toshi) was a no show thanks to the swift rotation coming from Ch4knu and E2Max.
But Tnc did not fall without a fight, Benthings provided clutch controls with his Khuffra. However, Raizen and co. proved to be too much for Chuu and Tnc to handle. By the virtue of this victory TNC will be the eight placer for this season and will miss the playoffs altogether. But it is not a disappointing season for them either as they proved that they are a better team now but they need to figure out some things especially with the rotations of players. Omega on the other hand still has a chance of securing a better seeding as they engage with Blacklist and NXPE this weekend. As we are nearing the playoffs positioning is very important who will make a splash towards the end of the regular season.