We're back for another week of the LEC with two more big games on the road to Playoffs and more importantly, the League of Legends World Championships which will be hosted on our turf.

With games against Misfits and Origen, it's time for us to return to winning ways with another sweet 2-0 week. Judging from their last performances, that shouldn't be a problem.

Misfits: an ordinary team

Remember when everyone was excited for the "super team" that Misfits had put together at the start of the year? Turns out the super ones were actually their academy team that won EU Masters before doing what we failed to do last week, defeat Rogue. But to be fair, we all know Rogue are good enough to win the LCS so we'll say that was a fair result.

Though the only reason Misfits were able to pick up that wi was because of top-laner Daniel "Dan Dan" Le Comte pretty much 1v9'd on Jax. Still, we aren't afraid of him because we have our very own Dan, one who doesn't need to try and be flashy with his name. Either way, we'll wait and see who in their squad decides to play "Follow the Lider" and int on an AD assassin and here's hoping Matúš "Neon" Jakubčík doesn't accidentally sell his item this time - that way there'll be no excuses.

Origen: a fall from grace?

Then we have a rematch from Rotterdam against our good friends over at Origen as we look to do the double over our black and blue brethren. That shouldn't be a problem considering their recent form, Origen have been consistently lacklustre this split with 1-1 records every week so far.

Though, we know better than anyone that you can never underestimate Origen and the quality of their squad means it'll always be a difficult game. Even so, we're getting on hands on G2 this time and we won't let anyone, not even Origen, get in our way. It won't matter if it's Martin "Rekkles" Larsson and Tim "Nemesis" Lipovšek in the bot-lane, Patrik "Patrik" Jírů is getting crushed.