Winnipeg (8-5) has lost four of their last five games and hope to get back on track as they travel to Hamilton (7-6) for Friday night CFL betting action.
Despite the Tiger-Cats losing both head-to-head matchups this season, 5Dimes gives the edge to Hamilton at home by a 4.5-point spread, with the total sitting at 53 for the contest.
Hamilton defeated Toronto 27-12 last week and covered the 3.5-point spread in victory. That game’s combined score went UNDER the posted total of 54 set by oddsmakers.
The Blue Bombers lost 32-26 last time out to the Alouettes, but managed a cover against the 7-point spread on the road. The 58 points sent OVER bettors to the payout window in totals betting.
The B.C. Lions (7-6) are the hottest team in the CFL with six straight victories, and they host division-leading Calgary (8-5) in a battle for first place in the West on Saturday.
B.C. is a 4-point favorite at home according to oddsmakers at 5Dimes for this game, while the total is set at 52.5.
The Stampeders hold the edge in head-to-head victories, but the Lions have covered the spread in three of the last four meetings.
In a complete mismatch in the first CFL betting matchup on Monday it’s the 8-5 Montreal Alouettes as a big 13.5-point favorite at 5Dimes when they host the lowly Toronto Argonauts (3-10). The total for this game is set at 54.
The Alouettes easily beat Toronto in both head-to-head matchups this season, and have covered the spread in three straight against them.
Edmonton (7-6) is hoping a date with the desperate Roughriders (4-9) will help them snap a two-game skid when the two meet in a Monday afternoon CFL betting matchup.
5Dimes has the Eskimos as 5.5-point favorites, while the total is set at 51 for the game.
The Eskimos fell to the surging Lions last time out as 5.5-point road underdogs, while Saskatchewan has scored just eight points in their last two games. An UNDER wager with the lack of Riders offense could play into the hands of totals bettors.