Fire 90 Caliber Net away from the opponent to close the gap or hop over walls.
Avoid using Ace in the Hole in large team melees as it might be blocked by the wrong target.
Make use of her Yordle Snap Traps by placing them pre-emptively to ensure that you'll have one off of cooldown during combat.
Pop Blossom's warning visuals are invisible if Neeko is disguised.
Standing behind minions against Neeko is very dangerous as Tangle-Barbs become stronger.
The stats shown on this page show some critical Caitlyn versus Neeko matchup statistics that can help us understand the distinctions between the two. As an example, Caitlyn’s KDA ratio ([kills + assists] / deaths) of NaN is greater than Neeko’s KDA ratio of NaN, indicating that Caitlyn may be more central to her team's team fighting potential than Neeko..
Caitlyn usually has a slightly larger longest kill spree than her opponent does. Commonly, she receives a similar amount of damage to Neeko. This often reflects different amounts of tankyness, yet it can also hint that the champ with higher health has less agility and thus is unable to flee from additional damage when engaged or poked.
Both League champs are great champions. Both have their strengths, weaknesses, and counters. In League's current meta, Caitlyn usually loses when trying to fight Neeko, with a 47.6% win rate. Thus, Caitlyn makes a bad counter for Neeko.
While Caitlyn does have a lower winrate than Neeko, when they face off with one another, Caitlyn also has a greater learning curve that makes her a more challenging character to pick up and master. You may get destroyed when picking Caitlyn into Neeko.
Furthermore, Caitlyn has only a small amount of CC and other utility, a similar amount to Neeko. This makes her just as valuable during team fights, especially when fighting champions with a ton of burst damage.
While there isn't a single best champion in League of Legends, in Caitlyn vs Neeko matchups, Neeko is the better champ with a lower win rate, more champion depth, and a similar amount of utility to help out your allied champions during late stage team fights.
Caitlyn is a bad counter for Neeko. Focus your play on maximizing your gold and cs and clearing objectives. If you do that, you should be able to stand on your own as Caitlyn against Neeko.
To truly master Caitlyn to counter Neeko during both the laning and mid / late game phases of League of Legends, you should continue reading to learn a few extra lessons on this matchup. If you mind the build and suggestions shown above, you should increase your win rate significantly and be closer to League of Legends pro players.
Caitlyn usually picks up a similar amount of CS as Neeko. Champs who on average don't take much CS often don't need much CS to be valuable teammates, such as supports. They are able to scale properly off of their skills, stats, and first items alone. Yet, champs with a lot of CS, such as hyper-carries, often need many items to be effective. In either situation, try to exceed the values displayed on this page to do well.
The ideal items to use in your Caitlyn versus Neeko build include Galeforce, Infinity Edge, and The Collector. When Caitlyn combined at least these three items in her build, she did much better vs. Neeko than with many other typical item sets. In fact, Caitlyn boasted an average winrate of 47.6% when playing against Neeko with this build.
To have the greatest likelihood of vanquishing Neeko as Caitlyn, you should take the Lethal Tempo, Presence of Mind, Legend: Bloodline, Coup de Grace, Absolute Focus, and Gathering Storm runes from the Precision and Sorcery rune sets. Of all the runes we have analyed for Caitlyn vs Neeko matchups, this mix of runes yielded the greatest win rate. In fact, these runes gave a 47.6% winrate overall.
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