CFL Betting Odds: Week 19
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats (8-9) are set to meet the Argonauts (5-12) in Toronto on the final weekend of regular season CFL betting action on Thursday night.
5Dimes has the Tiger-Cats listed as a narrow 2-point favorite on the road, with the OVER/UNDER set at 50.5.
Hamilton won both matchups with Toronto this season and many expect them to draw the majority of interest on the CFL betting lines. The Tiger-Cats can’t move up the standings on the final weekend, and Toronto will be looking to go out with a win.
The Tiger-Cats have covered the spread in five of the last seven head-to-head, while the teams have made winners of UNDER bettors in eight of the last 10 meetings between them.
Edmonton (10-7) hosts lowly Saskatchewan (5-12) in the lone CFL betting matchup Friday. The Eskimos are a huge 10-point favourite at home at 5Dimes, while the OVER/UNDER is sitting at 47.
The Eskimos easily beat the Roughriders in both meetings this season, and they have managed to also cover the spread in five of the last six encounters. Thirteen of the Roughriders' games have gone UNDER the posted OVER/UNDER and that could be another safe bet in this regular-season finale.
Winnipeg (10-7) is tied atop the East with Montreal heading into its final regular season game with the Calgary Stampeders (10-7), who are also locked into a three-way battle for first in the West division.
The Stampeders are 7-point favourites at home, while the OVER/UNDER is sitting at 51.5 at 5Dimes.
Calgary has won the last four head-to-head meetings, while the Blue Bombers have covered the spread in four of the last five between the two teams.
The final regular season CFL betting action between B.C. (10-7) and Montreal (10-7) could have huge implications in the playoff matchups. Both teams are tied atop their division standings and know what’s at stake.
The Lions are a modest 3-point favorite at home at 5Dimes against the Alouettes, while the total is sitting at 51.5 for this game.
The Alouettes have won three of the last four between the two teams, while the Lions have covered the spread in three of the last four meetings. The Lions will be extra hungry since a win would all but lock up the bye in the West for them.