Brazilian sharp shooters MIBR look to get off the mark in the DreamHack Masters when they take on U.S side Chaos tomorrow morning.
Chaos got off to a perfect start in the Group Stage with a 2-1 victory of Team Liquid, while MIBR failed to fire altogether falling to FURIA in straight sets.
The Brazilians find themselves in a form slump at the minute, winning just three of their last seven fixtures.
Meanwhile, Chaos have gone a perfect seven from seven across the same trip.
MIBR may have won two of the last three matchups against Chaos, but the North Americans are in great shape to even the slate here.
Mousesports attempt to put a halt to their slide down the CSGO world rankings when they take on BIG in the European DreamHack Masters.
Mouz have fallen from the top spot in the world rankings to their current position of 5th following a horrid showing across the past two months, where they manage to win 56% of their matches.
While, German outfit BIG are heading in the opposite trajectory, with a spectacular record of 20 wins from their 23 fixtures across April and May!
Mousesport has won the last two fixtures against BIG, but I can’t see them sweeping the Germans in this one.