CFL Week 8 Trends and Betting Preview

Are the Calgary Stampeders due for an ATS victory? Through their first six games of the season the Stampeders are 4-2 SU but 0-6 ATS, with a home game against the Ottawa RedBlacks coming up on Saturday. Here’s a look at the four CFL betting matchups on tap for Week 8; find game lines and futures at Bodog.

Edmonton at Montreal – August 13

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

After getting swept both SU and ATS against the Eskimos last season the Alouettes will get another crack at them on Thursday as the teams meet for the first time in 2015. Edmonton topped Montreal 33-23 as a 4.5-point road favorite and 33-16 as a 9-point home favorite last season, and the OVER has now paid off for totals bettors in six of the last seven games between the teams dating back to 2011.

Toronto at Winnipeg – August 14

Last 10 Meetings: Winnipeg 2-8 SU, 3-6-1 ATS | OU 7-3

The Blue Bombers have managed to earn just one win either SU or ATS in their last five games against the Argonauts as those teams meet in CFL betting action on Friday night. Winnipeg blasted Toronto 45-21 as a 7-point home underdog in their first meeting last season, but the Argonauts bounced back with a 38-21 win as a 3-point home favorite. The OVER paid off in both of those games for totals bettors.

B.C. at Hamilton – August 15

Last 10 Meetings: Hamilton 5-5 SU, 7-3 ATS | OU 6-3-1

The Tiger-Cats have been the best wager in the CFL so far this season at 5-1 ATS as they prepare to host the Lions on Saturday. Hamilton, however, went just 1-1 SU and 0-2 ATS in its two games against B.C. last season, losing 36-29 as a 6.5-point road underdog and winning 19-17 as a 4-point home favorite. The UNDER has only paid off once in the last six games between the Tiger-Cats and the Lions dating back to 2012.

Ottawa at Calgary – August 15

Last 10 Meetings: Calgary 2-1 SU, 2-1 ATS | OU 2-1

One of the Stampeders’ ATS losses so far this season came against the RedBlacks back on July 24, with Ottawa beating them 29-26 as a 4-point home underdog in that contest. Last season the Stampeders swept the RedBlacks in their two meetings, winning 38-17 as a 14-point home favorite and 32-7 as an 8.5-point road favorite in those two games. Ottawa has gone 4-2 ATS for supporters through six games in 2015.


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