LoL: Cloud9 vs Team Liquid Lower Bracket Finals Betting Details & Preview

LoL: Cloud9 vs Team Liquid Lower Bracket Finals Betting Details & Preview

The end of the 2024 North American LCS Spring Split is almost here. After losing to FlyQuest in the Upper Bracket Semifinals and Finals, Cloud9 and Team Liquid will go head-to-head for a chance to play against FlyQuest in the Spring Split Finals. Two of the NA LCS’s most successful teams, but only one will reach the finals.

Quick Take

  • Winner goes to the Spring Split Finals to face FlyQuest
  • Cloud9 the betting favourites
  • Team Liquid the early underdogs

Betting details

Cloud9 will play against Team Liquid Honda on March 30 in the NA LCS Lower Bracket Finals. Cloud9 are the early betting favourites in this best of five series by a small margin on LoL betting sites. Cloud9 has -251 odds to reach the finals on Tonybet. Team Liquid are the underdogs heading in. Team Liquid has +175 odds to pull off the upset.

Cloud9 finished third in the regular season standings with an 8-6 record. Team Liquid finished in fourth thanks to a 7-7 record. These teams split their games in the regular season as both teams picked up a win. Team Liquid won the first meeting on February 4, and Cloud9 won the second meeting on March 3. TL won the first game, the kill score at the end of the game was 6-1 and TL also had 10 turrets and a gold lead of over 8k.


Entering the playoffs as the number three team in the NA LCS, Cloud9 was sent to the lower bracket after defeating 100 Thieves 3-0 in the Upper Bracket Semifinals and losing 3-0 to FlyQuest in the Upper Bracket Finals. Now, Robert “Blaber” Huang and Cloud9 will play against Team Liquid for a shot at the Spring Split trophy. 

Cloud9 was able to defeat TL in their second matchup of the season. The game was back and forth, but C9 was behind in kills, gold, and turrets before winning a team fight at about 43 mins. That was enough for C9 to push and end the game. This roster is recognized as one of the best in the NA LCS and they have experience in big games. They had a tough time with TL in both of the regular season matchups, but Cloud9 was competitive and found a way to win the second game. C9 lost 3-0 to FlyQuest, but C9 were in those games.

Team Liquid Honda

Yongin “CoreJJ” Jo and Team Liquid are 6-1 in playoff games since losing 3-2 to FlyQuest in the Upper Bracket Semifinals, a series that was lost in the final minutes of game five. They defeated Dignitas 3-0 in the Lower Bracket Quarterfinals and defeated 100 Thieves 3-1 in the Lower Bracket Semifinals to reach the finals.

Team Liquid took the first matchup during the regular season against Cloud9. The game was close for the majority and the kill count was low. Neither team picked up many kills after Eon-Young “Impact” Jeong picked up a double kill on Udyr to help Team Liquid pick up an early team fight win. Team Liquid were able to slowly pick up objectives and turrets to increase their gold lead to 6k before taking the game with a late team fight. If the games in the series are anything like the games in the regular season, both teams should have a shot in this. This series could go to five games if both teams show up.