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Esports - Call of Duty - Major 4 Qualifiers

Teams are already approaching the home stretch in the 2022 Call of Duty League season with the fourth and final Major of the campaign getting underway with qualifiers this week.

As it stands Atlanta FaZe lead the way in the overall standings by some distance but all teams will need to be alert with the Call of Duty Championship just around the corner.

Friday marks the beginning of the qualifiers with Florida Mutineers taking on the Major's hosts New York Subliners, OpTic Texas locking horns with Boston Breach and Toronto Ultra battling LA Guerrillas.

Subliners may not shine in home Major

What

Florida Mutineers v New York Subliners, Call of Duty League 2022 - Major 4 Qualifiers

Where

North American (Online)

When

20.00, 24th June 2022

How to Watch

Call of Duty League Youtube channel

Odds

Florida Mutineers 6/5, New York Subliners 8/13

New York Subliners crashed out in the first round of the Call of Duty League Major 3, having fallen to a determined Seattle Surge side 3-2 before losing to London Royal Ravens in the lower bracket.

That means they are still yet to win a single match at any Major in 2022, meaning qualification for the end-of-season Championship is looking increasingly unlikely.

They will naturally be hoping for better in their home Major starting this week but could suffer defeat in their opening qualifying match against Florida Mutineers.

The Subliners performed only slightly better than the Mutineers in Major 3 qualifying, finishing with a 3-2 series record, whilst the Floridians went 2-3 and that is not enough to back up the prices for this match. Florida are the value bet at 6/5.

OpTic can assert superiority over Boston

What

OpTic Texas v Boston Breach, Call of Duty League 2022 - Major 4 Qualifiers

Where

North American (Online)

When

21.30, 24th June 2022

How to Watch

Call of Duty League Youtube channel

Odds

OpTic Texas 1/7, Boston Breach 4/1

Call of Duty League outsiders Boston Breach made their first roster change of the season this week, bringing in former Florida Mutineers talent Reece "Vivid" Dros in place of rookie Kenyen "Capsidal" Sutton but that is unlikely to turn around their campaign.

Boston finished with a 1-4 record in the Major 3 qualifiers, placing ninth out of 12 teams, and they struggled to get out of first gear in the main event, losing their first and only fixture in the losers' bracket to Minnesota ROKKR.

As for OpTic Texas, they reached the third round of the losers' bracket after losing their opener in the winners' bracket but were at their strongest in the qualifying phase.

They won four of their five matches in qualification with only Minnesota placing above them in the standings and it is no surprise to see them at 1/7 to win this clash with Breach, who are 4/1.

They are even 2/5 at -1.5 on the match handicap so the better betting approach to this match could be to back a 3-0 success for the Texas outfit, who are second in the overall standings and look the closest challengers to pacesetters Atlanta, at 11/8.

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Guerrillas can avoid thrashing against Guerrillas

What

Toronto Ultra v LA Guerrillas, Call of Duty League 2022 - Major 4 Qualifiers

Where

North American (Online)

When

23.00, 24th June 2022

How to Watch

Call of Duty League Youtube channel

Odds

Toronto Ultra 1/5, LA Guerrillas 10/3

Another one-sided affair pits Toronto Ultra against LA Guerrillas on Friday and it is hard to dispute the match prices.

Toronto, who are 1/5 to come out on top against the Guerrillas, won four of their five matches in their last qualifying campaign for Major 3 and fell only one match short of the event's final, losing 3-2 to FaZe.

The Guerrillas, meanwhile, lost their opening match in the losers' bracket last time out but they have not been at that level all season, having actually captured the Major 2 earlier in the year.

Roster changes have arguably unsettled the team this season with Peirce "Gunless" Hillman having dropped in and out of the first team and they could again struggle to win this one.

That said, their performances earlier in the season show they are not completely without hope and they should not be rolled over by Toronto.

At 5/4, backing the LA Guerrillas at +1.5 on the match handicap could be the best way to play it.

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