Canadian Football League Odds Alouettes Vs Tiger-Cats Predictions

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CFL Odds – Montreal Alouettes to Escape Close Call against Hamilton Tiger-Cats

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The CFL odds for the first round of the playoffs are already out, and the key game that we are focusing in on here at Bookmaker Sportsbook on the Canadian gridiron is the one between the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the Montreal Alouettes.

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Ready to try to tackle the CFL odds? Check out our preview of the clash between the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (8-10 SU, 9-9 ATS) and the Montreal Alouettes (10-8 SU, 6-12 ATS)! Kickoff from Percival Molson Stadium in Montreal, Quebec, Canada is set for 1:00 ET on Sunday, November 13th, and television coverage is set for TSN.

CFL Betting Odds
Hamilton Tiger-Cats (+5.5)
Montreal Alouettes (-5.5)
Over/Under 55.5

The Alouettes and the Ti-Cats met each other three times this year, with the home team winning all three games. Two of the three turned out to be blowouts, but the most recent one, a 27-25 win for the Alouettes right here at Percival Molson Stadium, is the one that we think is going to be the closest result come Sunday’s playoff tussle.

We tend to not think a heck of a lot about what the Tabbies have done of late on the CFL gambling odds. After all, they really haven’t had a lot to play for in about a month, as they knew the whole time that they were going to have to beat the Alouettes and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on the road in one order or the other to reach the Grey Cup, a task that is highly unlikely to be carried out.

That being said, the team really has only played one good game since the beginning of October, a 42-10 win over the BC Lions at home. Hamilton became the only team to knock off the Leos in the last nearly three full months of the year.

We are very, very concerned about Montreal and its form on the CFL wagering odds, though. In our estimation, the Alouettes clearly had the best team in the East Division this year, and they probably had the most talented team in the league. QB Anthony Calvillo threw for 5,251 yards and 32 TDs, and he is probably well on his way to another Most Outstanding Player award.

That being said, the team essentially had three chances to lock up the East Division crown in the regular season, and in all three outings, it failed to do so. The last of those came just last Saturday night, when the aforementioned Lions pummeled Montreal 43-1 to dominate the CFL gambling odds.

CFL Odds Picks – Though we still think that Montreal will win this game, we can’t help but see that the team is 0-6 ATS since the middle of September and that it hasn’t covered a game as a favorite over two months. The Ti-Cats are 4-1 ATS in the last five meetings in this East Division rivalry, and they are 12-5 ATS in the last 17 meetings here at Percival Molson Stadium. Take the black and gold on the road to at least stick inside of the 5.5.

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