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CFL Week 11 Betting Preview

Week 11 of the CFL betting campaign offers up four rematches from Week 10 of the season, with the slate getting underway on Friday night when Edmonton plays host to Calgary. The Week 11 schedule also includes home games for Hamilton on Saturday, and for Montreal and Winnipeg on Sunday.

Find this week's CFL odds plus Grey Cup futures at Bovada.

Fri Sep 6 - Calgary at Edmonton, 9:00pm ET
Last 10 Meetings: Edmonton 3-7 SU, 5-5 ATS | OU 6-4

The Eskimos lost to the Stampeders for the fifth straight time last week, falling 37-34 on the road as a 7.5-point underdog despite a fourth-quarter comeback that allowed them to at least cover the spread in the contest. Calgary is now 7-2 SU and 6-3 ATS on the season, while Edmonton sits in the basement in the West at 1-8 SU and 4-5 ATS so far this year.

Sat Sep 7 - B.C. at Hamilton, 4:00pm ET
Last 10 Meetings: Hamilton 5-5 SU, 8-2 ATS | OU 6-3-1

The Tiger-Cats have lost three games in a row against the Lions dating back to last season, but their supporters on the CFL betting lines have seen them cover the spread at the sportsbooks in six of the last seven games between the teams. Hamilton is second in the East at 4-5 both SU and ATS so far this season, with B.C. sitting at 6-3 SU and 4-5 ATS.

Sun Sep 8 - Toronto at Montreal, 1:00pm ET
Last 10 Meetings: Montreal 7-3 SU, 6-4 ATS, 3-7 OU

The Alouettes will be looking to further close the gap on the Argonauts in the East standings when the two teams meet for the second week in a row; Montreal topped Toronto 20-9 as a road underdog in Week 10. The Als are now 4-5 SU and 5-4 ATS on the season, with the Argos 5-4 SU and 4-5 ATS.

Sun Sep 8 - Saskatchewan at Winnipeg, 4:00pm ET
Last 10 Meetings: Winnipeg 1-9 SU, 3-7 ATS | OU 6-4

The Roughriders haven't lost to the Blue Bombers since 2010, running their winning streak against them to five with a 48-25 home victory as a 14.5-point favorite in Week 10; that was the fourth straight OVER result in Riders vs. Bombers contests. Saskatchewan leads the CFL at 8-1 SU and 6-3 ATS this season, with Winnipeg at 1-8 SU and 3-6 ATS on the year.