CFL Week 9 Betting Preview
There are four more games on tap around the Canadian Football League this week, starting on Thursday night when the Alouettes play host to the Tiger-Cats. The slate continues through to Monday night, when the Eskimos will be on the road for a game against the Argonauts.
Find this week's CFL odds plus Grey Cup futures at Bovada.
Thu August 23 - Hamilton at Montreal, 7:30pm ET
Last 10 Meetings: Montreal 5-5 SU, 3-7 ATS | OU 5-5
The Tiger-Cats have been the best team ATS in the East so far this season at 4-3, but with a 3-4 SU record they're back in third place in the division. The Alouettes are 4-3 SU and 3-4 ATS through seven games, but they were beaten 39-24 in Hamilton when the two teams last met on July 21. That contest was the second straight OVER result between the teams.
Fri August 24 - B.C. at Winnipeg, 8:00pm ET
Last 10 Meetings: Winnipeg 4-6 SU, 5-5 ATS | OU 3-7
The Blue Bombers have the worst record in the league heading into their Week 9 game at home against the Lions, as they're just 2-5 SU (3-4 ATS). B.C., on the other hand, is a league-best 5-2 SU (4-3 ATS) through seven games, and they had no trouble beating the Bombers in a 33-16 home win against them back on June 29. The Lions easily covered the posted 8-point spread in that contest.
Sat August 25 - Calgary at Saskatchewan, 3:00pm ET
Last 10 Meetings: Saskatchewan 3-7 SU, 4-6 ATS | OU 5-5
The Stampeders and Roughriders are both 3-4 SU heading into their Week 9 game in Saskatchewan, with Calgary 3-4 ATS and the Riders slightly better at 4-3 ATS. The Stamps edged the Roughriders 41-38 at home when the teams met for the first time this season back on July 19, with Calgary failing to cover the 4-point spread on the day. The Riders are 0-5 in their last five against the Stamps.
Mon August 27 - Edmonton at Toronto, 7:30pm ET
Last 10 Meetings: Toronto 3-7 SU, 4-5-1 ATS | OU 5-5
The Argonauts are tied with the Alouettes at 4-3 SU (3-4 ATS) atop the East standings, while the Eskimos are also 4-3 SU (4-3 ATS) as the teams prepare to meet in Toronto on Monday night. The Argos and Eskimos produced an UNDER result for totals bettors earlier in the season, with Edmonton winning 19-15 at home as a 1-point underdog. Toronto has won just one of its last seven against Edmonton.