Fri 02/08/2013 - 14:54 EDT
Week 6 CFL Betting Odds: Hamilton vs Edmonton
On Friday, August 2, 2013, the Edmonton Eskimos host the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at 9:00 PM ET at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Alberta for week 6 action of the CFL season. In this battle of 1-4 teams, we are going to bet on the host Eskimos to win.
Edmonton Eskimos: Still looking for second win
As we head into the sixth week of the regular season, the Eskimos are sitting at 1-4 and in last place in the West Division. This game features the only two teams in the league that have yet to break 100 points scored for the season. Both teams are sitting at 99 points scored, while Edmonton has allowed 139 points.
Hamilton Tiger-Cats: Cellar dwellers headed for fifth loss
Hamilton is also 1-4 on the season, but is tied with Winnipeg for the bottom spot in the East Division. Having scored just 99 points on offense, the Tiger-Cats need to figure out something that will work if they want to turn their season around anytime soon. Hamilton has allowed a league-high 158 points on defense.
With week six of the CFL season upon us, we head over to Bet365.com to find the odds for the game featuring the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the Edmonton Eskimos in Alberta. We are betting straight up on the Eskimos to win this game at home over the Tiger-Cats with a line of -3 (-115) so they can grab a second win.
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