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Nathan Rourke and the B.C. Lions take on the Ottawa Redblacks in Week 4.

Summer football is back courtesy of the longest-running football league in the world, the Canadian Football League, with the defending champion Winnipeg Blue Bombers eyeing their third consecutive Grey Cup victory.

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Week 4: CFL Betting Odds

CFL Betting Odds: Week 4
WhenFavored TeamPoint Spread OddsUnderdog Team
June 30, 7:30 p.m. ETB.C. Lions-3 (-115)Ottawa Redblacks
July 1, 7:30 p.m. ETHamilton Tiger-Cats-7 (-110)Edmonton Elks
July 2, 7 p.m. ETSaskatchewan Roughriders-4.5 (-110)Montreal Alouettes
July 4, 7:30 p.m. ETWinnipeg Blue Bombers-5 (-110)Toronto Argonauts

Odds as of June 29 at Bovada

Week 4: CFL Picks & Best Bets

Below we break down a few picks for this week’s slate of CFL games. Use our betting odds calculator to help assist all your CFL best bets and figure out how much you’d make for each game’s CFL odds.

Winnipeg Blue Bombers -5 (-110)

The two-time defending champion Blue Bombers are again off to a hot start at 3-0 and head to Toronto to take on a reeling Argos team coming off a lopsided 44-3 loss to B.C. last week.

While we think the Argos should bounce back a bit and play better at home, it’s hard to see them getting the win here against a superior Winnipeg team. 

The scary part is Bombers quarterback Zach Collaros hasn’t even played particularly well despite the undefeated record. Collaros led the league in passing touchdowns last season but has just three TDs with two interceptions and an ordinary completion rate of 67.5 percent through three games this year. 

We like the Bombers to cover the 5 points on Monday night. 


Montreal Alouettes +4.5

After losing their first two games of the season (both on the road) by four points total, the Als smoked the Riders in Montreal last week 37-13 to pick up their first win of the season.

Now, we’re getting 4.5 points to bet on the Als to at least keep this game close against those same Roughriders. We like that bet.

Saskatchewan QB Cody Fajardo is coming off his worst game of the season, going 17/28 with 191 yards, no touchdowns and two picks in the loss to Montreal last week. We think Fajardo likely plays better here at home, but the Als should be able to keep it close as they have all season.

The Riders also lost star receiver Shaq Evans to an ankle injury last week.


B.C. Lions vs Ottawa Redblacks OVER 48

B.C. quarterback Nathan Rourke is one of the top early stories in the CFL this season with seven touchdown passes and no interceptions in just two games so far for the Lions.

Rourke is also lapping the field with a 147.2 efficiency rating and is fifth in the league in passing yards (within 100 yards of third) despite playing one fewer game than everyone above him on the list.

With 59 and 44 points scored in their two games this season, we aren’t worried about the Lions’ ability to put up points.

The Redblacks have to hold up their end of the bargain for this bet to hit, but we think they have a better offense than it might appear after they were bottled up by a great Winnipeg defense for both of their games this season. Now at home coming off a week of rest, we like Ottawa to put up some points of their own and help hit this OVER. 


How To Bet On CFL Betting Odds:

While you can bet on spreads and point totals, one of the easiest ways to bet on CFL betting odds is through a moneyline. This moneyline bet means you simply pick which side you think will win between the favorite (signaled with a minus sign) and underdog (signaled with a plus sign).

A CFL moneyline of +200 means that you would win $200 on a successful $100 wager. That’s also equivalent to fractional odds of 2/1, decimal odds of 3.00 and implied odds of 33.33 percent. A negative moneyline of -200 means that you would have to wager $200 in order to win $100 on the favorite.

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