Gen.G Esports have risen to top spot in the LCK Spring Split standings after victory over Kwangdong Freecs in their opening match of week three.
Gen.G can be backed at 2/7 to win their next match in the Split against KT Rolster, who are 5/2 to win.
The team's latest victory means they are 5-0 in the LCK Spring Split, yet to lose a match and having dropped only two games in the process.
They prevailed 2-0 in their latest win against Kwangdong,effectively collecting objectives and snowballing the lead after taking first blood.
With a successful attack on the bot lane, Gen.G dominated in the end and add Kwangdong to a list of scalps which also features DRX and DWG KIA from week one and Fredit BRION and Hanwha Life Esports from week two.
Elsewhere during week three, DRX got the better of Fredit BRION but it took 15 minutes for a kill to occur in the match while KT Rolster, who are Gen.G's next opponents, fell to defeat against Liiv SANDBOX.
And Gen.G are well-fancied to get the better of SANDBOX, who have a 2-3 record in the Spring Split so far and are currently outside of the playoff positions.
Gen.G qualified for the League of Legends World Championship by virtue of their LCK Championship points at the end of last year and won their group before being knocked out in a best-of-five semi-final by Edward Gaming, who went on to take the title.
Following their triumph, Gen.G Esports wrote on Twitter: "We continue our GEN.G HYPE TRAIN through the #LCK Spring Split, beating @KDF_Lol 2-0!
"#TIGERNATION Keep bringing the hype!"