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CFL Week 1 Trends and Betting Preview

The 2015 CFL seasons kicks off this week with games in Montreal, Calgary, Saskatchewan, and Fort McMurray - where the Eskimos will take on the Argonauts. Here's a look at the four betting matchups on tap for this week, along with opening CFL betting props from Bovada.

Ottawa at Montreal - June 25

Last 10 Meetings: Montreal 3-0 SU, 2-0-1 ATS | OU 0-3

The RedBlacks lost all three of their games against the Alouettes in their inaugural season in 2014, and managed just a single PUSH in the three contests that all turned out to be UNDER results. Ottawa has a wins OVER/UNDER of 5 at Bovada for this season, with Montreal's listed at 8.5; the RedBlacks were 2-16 in 2014, while the Alouettes were 9-9.

Hamilton at Calgary - June 26

Last 10 Meetings: Calgary 9-1 SU, 5-5 ATS | OU 4-6

The Stampeders were 3-0 SU but 1-2 ATS against the Tiger-Cats last season, including a 20-16 win in the Grey Cup in which they failed to cover the 7-point spread. Calgary went 15-3 during the regular season last year while Hamilton was 9-9; at Bovada the Stampeders are listed with a wins OVER/UNDER of 11.5 for 2015, with the Tiger-Cats at 9.5.

Edmonton vs Toronto - June 27

Last 10 Meetings: Toronto 4-6 SU, 3-7 ATS | OU 7-3

The Argonauts went 1-1 SU but 0-2 ATS in their two games against the Eskimos last season, with the OVER having paid off in each of the last five games between the two teams. Toronto's OVER/UNDER for wins for 2015 at Bovada is at 8.5, with Edmonton's at 10.5; the Argonauts went 8-10 last season, while the Eskimos posted a record of 12-6.

Winnipeg at Saskatchewan - June 27

Last 10 Meetings: Saskatchewan 8-2 SU, 6-4 ATS | OU 6-4

The Roughriders swept their three games against the Blue Bombers last season SU, going 2-1 ATS in those contests while the OVER/UNDER went 2-1 for totals bettors. Saskatchewan is coming off a 10-8 campaign, with Winnipeg going 7-11 last season; the Riders' wins OVER/UNDER for 2015 at Bovada is 9.5, while the Bombers' has been set at 7.5.

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