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CFL Odds: 2015 Grey Cup Betting Preview

The Edmonton Eskimos have never lost to the Ottawa RedBlacks, covering the spread three times in the four meetings between the two franchises over the past two seasons. Edmonton will take on Ottawa in the Grey Cup championship game in Winnipeg on Sunday.

Ottawa vs Edmonton - Sunday, November 29

Last 4 Meetings: Edmonton 4-0 SU, 3-1 ATS | OU 1-3

The Eskimos topped the rival Calgary Stampeders 45-31 and covered the 3-point spread at home at the sportsbooks when the teams met in the Western final over the weekend, in an easy OVER result for totals bettors. Edmonton quarterback Mike Reilly completed 31 of his 39 pass attempts for 370 yards with three touchdown passes and two TD runs in the team's win over Calgary.

The RedBlacks, meanwhile, topped the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 35-28 and covered the 6-point spread at home at the sportsbooks in the Eastern final over the weekend, also turning in an OVER result for totals bettors. Ottawa quarterback Henry Burris was good on 17 of his 32 pass attempts for 326 yards in the team's win over Hamilton, with one touchdown strike and a TD run.

The Eskimos and RedBlacks met twice during the regular season, with Edmonton winning 46-17 as a 6-point home favorite on July 9 in an OVER result, and then winning 23-12 as a 3-point road favorite on July 17 in an UNDER result. Edmonton was 2-0 SU and 1-1 ATS against Ottawa in the 2014 season.

Edmonton enters the Grey Cup riding a nine-game SU winning streak in which they covered the spread six times; on the season the Eskimos are 15-4 SU and 12-7 ATS, and 5-4 ATS in road games. The OVER/UNDER has gone 10-9 in Edmonton games.

Ottawa carries a five-game SU winning streak into the Grey Cup in which they covered the spread four times; on the season the RedBlacks are 13-6 both SU and ATS, and 6-3 ATS in road games. The OVER/UNDER has gone 11-8 in Ottawa games.

At 5Dimes the Eskimos are listed as 8.5-point favorites against the RedBlacks.

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