If you're having difficulty feasting upon champions, try eating minions until you're larger.
Try to line up your attacks with Vorpal Spikes so that they kill minions and harass enemy champions at the same time.
Using Rupture on creeps in combination with Carnivore is a good way to gain Health and Mana.
Boomerang Blade costs a lot of mana to cast, so dodging it sets Sivir back. If it hits you on the way out, avoid its path on the way back.
Sivir is a powerful pushing champion, so leaving her unattended in a lane for too long will often result in your turrets being destroyed.
When laning against Sivir, it is possible to throw off the timing of her Spell Shield by faking an advance, then backing off.
The stat comparisons shown on this page feature some strategic Cho'Gath vs. Sivir matchup statistics that may help us interpret the differences between the two. Cho'Gath’s KDA ratio ([kills + assists] / deaths) of NaN is better than Sivir’s ratio of NaN, indicating that Cho'Gath may be more central to his team's team fighting capacity than Sivir..
Cho'Gath usually has a similar longest kill spree as his matchup does. Typically, he receives more damage than Sivir. This typically indicates different amounts of tankyness; however, it can also imply that the one champion has less agility and thus is unable to kite away from additional damage when engaged or poked.
Both LoL champs are great champions. Both champs have their pros and cons. In League's current meta, Cho'Gath usually loses when trying to fight Sivir, with a 46.7% win rate. Thus, Cho'Gath makes a poor counter to Sivir.
While Cho'Gath does have a lower win rate than Sivir, when facing one another, Cho'Gath also has a greater learning curve that makes him a more difficult champion to develop with. You should expect to face a difficult match when picking Cho'Gath into Sivir.
Furthermore, Cho'Gath has some amount of CC and other utility, a similar amount to Sivir. This makes her just as valuable during teamfights, especially when trying to counter champions with a lot of burst damage.
While there isn't one best champion overall in League of Legends, in Cho'Gath vs Sivir matchups, Sivir is the better champion with a much lower win rate, more champion depth, and a similar amount of utility to help out your team members during late stage team fights.
Cho'Gath is a bad counter to Sivir. You will do well by focussing your gameplay on increasing your gold and cs and destroying objectives. If you can do that, you should hold your own as Cho'Gath against Sivir.
If you would like to learn all of the intricacies of Cho'Gath in order to counter Sivir during both the lane and mid / late game phases of League of Legends, you should keep reading to gather a few extra lessons on this matchup. If you pay attention to the build and tips presented above, you will grow your win rate by a lot and be closer to League of Legends pro players.
Cho'Gath typically picks up a similar amount of CS relative to Sivir. Champions who typically don't take much CS usualy don't need much CS to be valuable teammates, such as supports. They are capable of scaling well off of their skills, stats, and first items alone. Yet, champions with a lot of CS, such as hyper-carries, usually require many items to be effective. In either situation, try to do better than the numbers reported here to do well.
The most crucial items to use in your Cho'Gath versus Sivir build include Frostfire Gauntlet, Frozen Heart, and Gargoyle Stoneplate. When Cho'Gath used at least these three pieces in his build, he performed significantly better vs Sivir than with most other commonly used counter builds. In fact, Cho'Gath had an average winrate of 46.7% when countering Sivir with these items in his kit.
To have the best likelihood of beating Sivir as Cho'Gath, Cho'Gath players should use the Grasp of the Undying, Demolish, Conditioning, Overgrowth, Legend: Tenacity, and Triumph runes from the Resolve and Precision rune sets. Out of all the runes we have analyed for Cho'Gath vs Sivir matchups, this combo of runes resulted in the best win rate. Moreover, these runes provided a 46.7% win rate overall.
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