8 February 2017 - 16:34
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Dicey's Bottom Lane Rankings For Fantasy LCS Week 4

This week's bottom lane rankings are headlined by Sneaky and Smoothie, and are bottomed out by their CLG counterparts.
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No. 1 - Sneaky and Smoothie (Cloud9 - NA LCS)

Last Week:

  • Best Game: 54.06 and 42.58
  • First Two Games: 90.44 and 71.58

Projections For This Week:

  • Best Game: 55-70 and 40-55
  • First Two Games: 65-80 and 50-65

Cloud 9 will always score big, they are playing extremely well. They take on FlyQuest and Team Liquid, with the former likely being a challenge, but the former being an easy victory.


No. 2 - Zven and Mithy (G2 - EU LCS)

Last Week:

  • Best Game: 20.26 and 17.80
  • First Two Games: 35.40 and 31.98

Projections For This Week:

  • Best Game: 50-70 and 35-50
  • First Two Games: 60-80 and 45-60

Zven and Mithy are the best EU duo and that won’t change anytime soon. Despite H2K being a close series, they will destroy Origen.


No. 3 - Arrow and Adrian (Phoenix1 - NA LCS)

Last Week:

  • Best Game: 47.64 and 35.17
  • First Two Games: 71.50 and 49.53

Projections For This Week:

  • Best Game: 50-65 and 30-45
  • First Two Games: 60-75 and 45-60

FlyQuest and CLG are not easy wins, but P1 should be able to grab a lot of fantasy points out of this weekend.


No. 4 - Nuclear and Chei (H2K - EU LCS)

Last Week:

  • Best Game: 32.63 and 23.44
  • First Two Games: 31.20 and 25.93

Projections For This Week:

  • Best Game: 40-55 and 40-55
  • First Two Games: 50-65 and 50-65

G2 is a tough matchup but Roccat will make up for it. Nuclear and Chei have put up good numbers against just about every team they have gone against, and this week will be no exception.


No. 5 - Altec and LemonNation (FlyQuest - NA LCS)

Last Week:

  • Best Game: 59.43 and 46.03
  • First Two Games: 86.37 and 75.06

Predictions For This Week:

  • Best Game: 45-60 and 35-50
  • First Two Games: 55-70 and 50-65

This could be a rough week for FlyQuest as they take on Cloud9 and Phoenix1. However, they have scored well all split, and they should continue that streak.


No. 6 - WildTurtle and Biofrost (Team SoloMid - NA LCS)

Last Week:

  • Best Game: 53.69 and 38.85
  • First Two Games: 56.80 and 41.19

Predictions For This Week:

  • Best Game: 40-55 and 40-55
  • First Two Games: 50-65 and 50-65

Echo Fox and Envy should be no problem for TSM and their bot lane, but Echo Fox could pose some problems if Akaadian shows up in the bot lane a lot.


No. 7 - LOD and Xpecial (Team Dignitas - NA LCS)

Last Week:

  • Best Game: 24.03 and 21.41
  • First Two Games: 39.84 and 27.54

Predictions For This Week:

  • Best Game: 40-55 and 30-45
  • First Two Games: 50-65 and 40-55

Great matchups for DIG as they take on Envy and Immortals, but since the first week DIG has not put up massive points, so this has pulled them down in the rankings.


No. 8 - Piglet and Matt (Team Liquid - NA LCS)

Last Week:

  • Best Game: 47.00 and 37.97
  • First Two Games: 63.42 and 37.05

Predictions For This Week:

  • Best Game: 35-50 and 30-45
  • First Two Games: 55-70 and 35-50

Liquid and their bot lane should be able to handle Immortal, but they will fall to Cloud9.


FeelsMehMan Starts of The Week


Much like Liquid's bot lane, these two have high ceilings. It also needs to be said that Stixxay himself has not looked too bad this season, it really has just been Aphromoo. Starting either of these two really does not quite "feelbad," but it for sure does not feel great. If the team gets back into their form from last year, then they have the potential to be the top scoring duo lane.


Who are you starting in your bot lane for week four? Let us know on Twitter @GAMURScom.

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