Looking for the best Canadian Football League experience, then Regina is the place to be. The Roughriders are Canada’s most popular team despite their home city of Regina being by far the smallest city with their own CFL team. Join the legions of Roughriders fans spread across the country with the best Saskatchewan Roughriders odds right here. On the rolling plains of Saskatchewan, a Canadian Football League franchise thrives.
Saskatchewan Roughriders Next Game
Looking for the best odds for the Saskatchewan Roughriders next game, look no further than the links below. With live odds from the best CFL sportsbooks on the web.
Saskatchewan Roughriders Football Schedule
The CFL’s most popular team deserves attention and with the Saskatchewan Roughrider’s schedule right here, bettors can choose when they give the team the attention they deserve.
Saskatchewan Roughriders Scores And Standings
After every week the Saskatchewan Rough Rider standings are updated. Keep up with the standings to remain at the top of the betting game.
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Bet On Saskatchewan Roughriders Games
Even after their worst season in a while, the fans still are filing into Taylor Field and tuning in on their TVs. The fans, known as Rider Nation or the Thirteenth Man make the Roughriders a big deal across Canada, even if they play in the smallest market of any CFL team. The fans help make betting on the Roughriders a challenge, as they all have their own – strong- opinions on the team.
Bettors should consider injuries and schedule when making a wager on the Riders. The Riders have a great home field advantage – maybe the best in the CFL – but after the 2016 season they will be moving to a new stadium. The Riders played at Taylor Field since 1936 or 80 years once it is all said and done. A long goodbye can be expected from the Rider faithful and bettors should make sure to get in some wagers on the Riders when they are at home. It will be interesting to see if the Riders can carry their home field advantage forward when to move into their new stadium.
As the Roughriders are such a popular team, they have some great rivalries as their fasn can be found spread across Canada. Their Labour Day rival is the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. The rivalry has had its ups and downs over the years, but with Winnipeg returning to the Western Division in 2014, their games are on the up and up. The Roughriders view many opponents as a rival due to their inability to win the big game. At 4-15 the Roughriders have the worst winning percentage of any team – excluding the Ottawa Redblacks – in the Grey Cup. The Riders lost two Grey Cups – in 2009 and 2010 – to the Montreal Alouettes by a combined four points. The Riders still hold a grudge over this and the games are exciting when held in Regina.