Montreal Alouettes (@1.41) vs Toronto Argonauts (@3.0)

Our Prediction:

Montreal Alouettes will win

Montreal Alouettes – Toronto Argonauts Match Prediction | 20-08-2019

Neither of these teams have been all that consistent, but theToronto Argonauts have suffered beatdown after beatdown and are losing their last three games by an average of 13.3 points. TheToronto Argonauts are also just 3-5 ATS this season overall and 1-3 ATS on the road.The Montreal Alouettes are 5-3 ATS on the season and 3-1 ATS on the road.

McLeod Bethel-Thompson is completing 65.5 percent of his passes for 2,007 yards, nine touchdowns and nine interceptions. Defensively, Toronto is allowing 31 points and 416.8 yards per game. The Toronto Argonauts havent won a road game yet this season. S.J. Bethel-Thompson and James Franklin have combined for 16 touchdown passes and 18 interceptions. Green and Armanti Edwards have combined for 1,830 receiving yards and seven touchdowns while James Wilder Jr. The Toronto Argonauts ground game is averaging 94.6 yards per contest, and Wilder leads the way with 691 yards and three touchdowns. has 56 receptions. The Toronto Argonauts look for a feel good victory here after losing seven of their last eight games.

Bombers, Ticats meet in clash of division leaders

Its been five years since Hamilton played in the Grey Cup, and theyre too good from top to bottom not to get back to the ship. Hamilton surrendered eight points in the 2018 East sem-final, its the same story in the 2019 East Final in a lopsided win. With an extra week of preparation and rest, the Ti-Cats crush the Alouettes in the East Final.

Matt Nichols needs to have a bounce-back season in 2019, which looks promising considering Winnipeg upgraded their receiving corps with the addition of Chris Matthews. Marcus Sayles, and even Brandon Alexander, should emerge as a top CFL halfback(s), but there are holes throughout Winnipegs starters. The continuity and depth on the Bombers roster is second to none. Whats concerning is the replacements for the starters Winnipeg lost last off-season. The hardest team to predict, Winnipeg, lands in the middle of the West. The Bombers still have the best two offensive tackles in the West and have an unmatched one-two punch on defence in Adam Bighill and Willie Jefferson.

The Montreal Alouettes ground game is averaging 98.9 yards per contest, and William Stanback leads the way with 448 yards on 66 carries. Antonio Pipkin and Manziel have combined for four touchdown passes and 15 interceptions. Eugene Lewis and B.J. Defensively, Montreal is allowing 29.6 points and 422.2 yards per game. The Montreal Alouettes could use a feel good victory here that would snap a five-game losing streak. Cunningham have combined for 1,292 receiving yards and five touchdowns while Ernest Jackson has 47 receptions. Johnny Manziel is completing 65.1 percent of his passes for 1,092 yards, three touchdowns and seven interceptions. The Montreal Alouettes have lost each of their last three home games. Henoc Muamba leads the Montreal Alouettes with 95 tackles, Jesse Joseph has four sacks and Branden Dozier has five interceptions.

Riders look to stay hot in visit to Montreal

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Edmontons got an elite front seven featuring veterans Kwaku Boateng and Almondo Sewell and free agent signings Jovan Santos-Knox, Larry Dean and Don Unamba. Depth across the roster is very slim in Edmonton; a few key injuries would be the Esks undoing. But while their fronts strong, their secondarys weak and should get exposed. Gable and the majority of Edmontons offensive line is returning, which is key. Harris established connection with Ellingson should limit some unfamiliarity issues. By bringing in Trevor Harris, Greg Ellingson and DaVaris Daniels, Edmontons got serious firepower on offence. For the run game, C.J. Crossing over are the remodeled Edmonton Eskimos.

Accurate, I fear. However, I would say the hungry Bombers will win the Grey Cup as Masoli freezes his booty in McMahons Arctic Zone. The one iffy factor: can they contain Brandon Banks? If so its Cup time in the Peg & Best Canadian Award to Adam Bighill!! And will the refs call the TiCats on their clipping from the rear?

Preview: BC at Hamilton, wk.9

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