Montreal hosting Winnipeg kicks off the Week Two Canadian Football League schedule as the Alouettes and Blue Bombers meet in an all East Division showdown. Percival Molson Memorial Stadium, in Montreal, Quebec, is the venue for this exciting CFL betting action. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:00 PM ET on Friday, June 6, 2012. Both clubs are looking to rebound after they posted poor performances and got blown out in Week One contests.
Blue Bombers Reload After Week One Blowout In BC
Winnipeg started the 2012 season the same way they ended the 2011 campaign – with a loss to British Columbia. In a rematch of the 99th Grey Cup Championship, the Blue Bombers hung tough for three quarters but ended up getting crushed 33-16 by the Lions. Winnipeg is 3-7 in their last ten match-ups with Montreal- including a 1-4 recent record in La belle province. Due to sub par pivot play, the Blue Bombers look to be grounded in this one.
Alouettes Return Home After Getting Stomped By The Stampeders
Week One of the CFL regular season didn’t go much better for Montreal as they visited Calgary and got rolled 38-10 by the Stamps in action on Canada Day. Back in the preseason we questioned the ability of future CFL Hall of Fame QB Anthony Calvillo as he entered his 19th season. Our concern appears to be legit as AC went DC with a poor performance in Calgary. Calvillo didn’t get much help as the entire Alouettes team looked out of sorts.
Canada Sports Betting Alouettes vs. Blue Bombers Week Two Prediction
Though we only have one week of action to gleam from, both of these clubs look to be in trouble. Montreal is aging, while Winnipeg is loaded with questions at the QB position. Even with his 40th birthday approaching in August, Calvillo will still be the better QB on the field tonight. Bombers pivot Buck Peirce, who has had a laundry list of injuries throughout his career, is already hobbled as he suffered a Week One knee injury against the Lions.
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