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CFL Odds: 2015 Division Finals Preview

Berths in the Grey Cup will be on the line on Sunday as the Ottawa RedBlacks host the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the Edmonton Eskimos host the Calgary Stampeders in the division final matchups. Here's a look at the betting trends and odds for this week's contests.

Hamilton at Ottawa - Sunday, November 22

Last 5 Meetings: Ottawa 2-3 SU, 3-2 ATS | OU 3-2

After ending the regular season with back-to-back SU and ATS wins over the Tiger-Cats the RedBlacks will face them once again on Sunday in the Eastern division final in Ottawa. The RedBlacks topped the Tiger-Cats 12-6 on the road as a 5-point underdog and 44-28 at home as a 5.5-point favorite on November 1 and November 7 to lock up first place in the East. The Tiger-Cats got past the Argonauts 25-22 as a 2-point home favorite in the Eastern semi-final over the weekend.

The RedBlacks have enjoyed playing at the TD Place Stadium this season, as they have gone 7-2 SU and 6-3 ATS at home. Ottawa has also averaged just over seven points more at home compared to the road this year.

The Ti-Cats have not been nearly as dominant on the road this season with the team averaging a scoring margin of +0.9 when travelling compared to +11.7 points at home.

At 5Dimes the RedBlacks are listed as 6-point favorites against the Tiger-Cats.

Calgary at Edmonton - Sunday, November 22

Last 10 Meetings: Edmonton 2-8 SU, 3-7 ATS | OU 3-7

The Eskimos have won two straight games against the rival Stampeders both SU and ATS as they meet on Sunday in the Western division final in Edmonton. The Stampeders topped the Eskimos 16-7 in their first meeting of the season on September 7 as a 4-point home favorite, but Edmonton then beat Calgary 27-16 in a pick'em at home on September 12 and 15-11 as a 3-point road underdog on October 10. The Stampeders topped the Lions 35-9 as a 9-point home favorite in the Western semi-final over the weekend.

The Eskimos have only lost one game SU at Commonwealth Stadium all season long, which was on August 21. Edmonton has pleased their home fans as they have averaged 32 points per game at home, almost 13 more points than on the road.

At 5Dimes the Eskimos are listed as 2-point favorites against the Stampeders.