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CFL Week 10 Betting Preview

The Roughriders have the most overall wins while the Stampeders are the ATS leaders as the CFL season enters Week 10. Here's a look at the four CFL betting matchups on tap for this week, with the action getting underway on Friday night as the Lions play host to the Tiger-Cats.

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

Fri Aug 30 - Hamilton at B.C., 10:00pm ET
Last 10 Meetings: B.C. 5-5 SU, 3-7 ATS | OU 5-4-1

The Lions have only managed to pick up one ATS victory over their past six games against the Tiger-Cats, with the two teams meeting for the first time this season on Friday night this week. The Lions, who went 2-0 SU against the Tiger-Cats last year, are 5-3 SU and 4-4 ATS on the season; Hamilton is 4-4 SU and 3-5 ATS.

Sun Sep 1 - Winnipeg at Saskatchewan, 4:00pm ET
Last 10 Meetings: Saskatchewan 9-1 SU, 7-3 ATS | OU 5-5

The Roughriders have swept their season series with the Blue Bombers in each of the last two years as they meet for the first time in 2013 on Sunday night, going 3-1 ATS in those four contests. Saskatchewan is a league-leading 7-1 SU and 5-3 ATS so far this season, while Winnipeg has sunk to 1-7 SU and 3-5 ATS.

Mon Sep 2 - Edmonton at Calgary, 5:00pm ET
Last 10 Meetings: Calgary 7-3 SU, 6-4 ATS | OU 6-4

The Stampeders and Eskimos meet for the first time this season on Monday, with Calgary going 4-0 SU and 3-1 ATS against Edmonton back in 2012. The Stampeders are 6-2 SU and a league-best 6-2 ATS through their first eight games of the 2013 season, while the Eskimos are in the basement in the West at 1-7 SU and 3-5 ATS.

Tue Sep 3 - Montreal at Toronto, 7:30pm ET
Last 10 Meetings: Toronto 4-6 SU, 5-5 ATS | OU 3-7

The Argonauts bounced the Alouettes 38-13 as a 2-point road favorite when the teams met for the first time this season back on August 8, with the UNDER paying out for the sixth straight time in games between the teams. Toronto leads the East at 5-3 SU and 4-4 ATS this season, with Montreal back at 3-5 SU and 4-4 ATS.