Odds To Win Grey Cup

Canadian Football League Grey Cup Championship odds are a hot ticket on wagering boards at the top sportsbooks recommended here at Canada Sports Betting. Preceding National Football League action, CFL Week 1 regular season contests begin in the middle of June and run through the Grey Cup Final that plays out in late November. The lines change often – so check back anytime for updated CFL odds.

2018 CFL 106th Grey Cup Futures Odds

See a team opening hot and staying on fire? How about a CFL squad that’s underrated during the preseason? If so, this is the best time of the year to bet on the Grey Cup Champion. Whether you like a squad that is posted as an upper favorite, or an undeserved longshot, get in on CFL futures odds now as the lines will change often during the journey to the 106th Grey Cup Championship. As the season plays out, to identify risers and fallers, we display the week-to-week price changes.

Please Note: Suggested CFL Wagers are 1-Unit advice unless otherwise specified.

Line Movement Legend: Gains: Line Grew Drops: Lost Value Unchanged: No Move

106th CFL Championship Odds Previous Update: 2:00 PM ET June 14, 2018.

Latest Bodog Sportsbook CFL Grey Cup Futures Update: 1:00 AM ET June 20, 2018.

CFL Prediction Legend: Live Action – Trashed – Cashed

Hot and Not 2018 Canadian Football League Week 2 Picks

Week 1 of CFL 2018 picked up where the 2017 regular season finished – with the West dominating the East. Calgary, BC and Saskatchewan posted wins, over Hamilton, Montreal and Toronto respectively, while Edmonton won a weather cursed match against Winnipeg in the only West vs West battle. The Eskimos, Stampeders and Lions struggled to put away their opponents while the ‘Riders easily took care of Toronto. As such, we’re surprised the results didn’t drive more change on Grey Cup futures boards at CFL focused online sportsbooks.

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Calgary remains as clear top chalk as the Stampeders CFL Championship price fell (+285 to +265) at Bodog. The Stamps struggled in the red-zone and QB Bo Levi Mitchell tossed some errant passes that should have been scores. That needs to change if Calgary is going to play in a third straight Grey Cup. Edmonton and Hamilton (+600) are second favorites while Saskatchewan and Toronto (+650) are third chalk. Winnipeg (+700) British Columbia (+800) and Ottawa (+900) are clear of Montreal (+2200) who are already distant underdogs.

CFL 2017 playoff rematches are prominent during Week 2 as the Roughriders at Redblacks clash opens action on June 21 and is a repeat of the 2017 East Semifinal clash. That game is followed by a Friday Night doubleheader as Montreal hosts Winnipeg and Hamilton visits Edmonton. Closing out the slate, on Saturday June 23, the Stampeders at Argonauts battle is a 105th Grey Cup redo. Following their season opening win over the Alouettes, the BC Lions are on a BYE this week. We see the East going 0-4 versus the West during Week 2 contests.

Week 2  Match Up  Point Spread Money Line  Final Score  W/L/P Season
21/06/18 SSK @ OTT  SSK +1.5 (-110) Betway SSK (+110) Bodog OTT 40-17 0-2 7-3-0
22/06/18 WPG @ MON  WPG -3 (-110) Bet365 WPG (-155) SIA WPG 56-10 2-0 9-3-0
22/06/18 HAM @ EDM  EDM -6.5 (-110) Bodog EDM (-270) Bet365 HAM 38-21 0-2 9-5-0
23/06/18  CAL @ TOR  CAL -3.5 (-110) Betway CAL (-165) SIA      

Previous Futures Odds Refresh: 2:00 PM ET on Thursday, June 14, 2018.

Shaded Green: Current Best Value CFL Grey Cup 106 Prices.

Betting Odds Order: Teams are listed according to current CFL 2018 standings.

Latest CFL Grey Cup Futures Update: 1:30 AM ET on Thursday, June 20 2018.

14/06/18 Grey Cup Odds
Edmonton  +470 to +550  +500 to +600   +600 to +550   +600 to +550 
Calgary  +250 to +265  +280 to +265   +275 to +250  +250 to N/C 
British Columbia  +1200 to +800   +1200 to +800   +800 to N/C   +900 to N/C 
Saskatchewan  +650 to N/C   +700 to +650   +700 to +650   +600 to +650 
Ottawa  +950 to +900    +950 to +900   +800 to N/C  +1000 to N/C 
Winnipeg  +625 to +700   +650 to +700  +650 to +700 

 +600 to +700 

Toronto  +700 to +650  +700 to +650   +550 to +600   +700 to +600 
Hamilton  +500 to +600  +550 to +600   +550 to +600 
 +550 to +600 
Montreal  +1400 to +2200   +1400 to 2200   +2000 to +2200   +1400 to +2200 

CFL 2018 Grey Cup Futures Odds Movement

2018 East Division Grey Cup Contenders

Similar to the last couple of seasons, though all they do is keep winning Grey Cups, the East appears to have the least once again this year. After Ottawa won the 2016 Championship, with a 8-9-1 regular season record, Toronto kept the Grey Cup in Ontario after posting a 9-9-0 mark in 2017. Whether the East can pull off a 3-Peat remains to be seen. The West is set to feast on the East again this year – as evident by longshot lines in Ontario and Quebec.

Hamilton leads the way in the East Division as the Tiger-Cats are priced from +550 to +650 to claim the Cup. The Argonauts (+600 to +750) are next, followed by Ottawa (+900 to +1100) and Montreal who are the biggest CFL pup with a (+1400) Grey Cup price. Not liking anything the RedBlack or Alouettes bring to the table, and feeling QB Johnny Manziel won’t make it in Hamilton, defending Champion Toronto looks like the East cream of the crop.

Projected East Division Winner: Toronto (+200) @ SportsInteraction (05/10/18)

2018 West Division Grey Cup Contenders

Heading into the 2018 CFL season, four of the top five Grey Cup favorites play in the West Division. Hoping that three times is a charm, Calgary leads the way as top chalk (again) as the Stampeders are already sporting a minuscule (+220) CFL Championship price at the Bodog sportsbook. The Stamps had some offseason turnover as veterans Deron Mayo, Rob Cote and Josh Bell all retired and Calgary lost top running back Jerome Messam to Saskatchewan.

Three West squads are closely bunched as Edmonton and the Roughriders have a (+700) best price at Betway and Bet365 while Winnipeg is not far off the pace with a (+750) top value at Bodog. The Eskimos released RB John White, who may land in Calgary, and lost receivers Brandon Zylstra (NFL) and Adarius Bowman (WIN) while the ‘Riders improved in the offseason with the additions of Messam, QB Zach Collaros and DL Charleston Hughes (CAL). Appearing to be fairly clawless, the BC Lions are top West Division dogs with a +1100 Grey Cup price.

Projected West Division Winner: Saskatchewan (+350) @ SportsInteraction (05/10/18)

CFL 2017 Grey Cup Futures Odds Movement

CFL Championship LIVE Wagering Options

We love when Canadian Football League action hits the gridiron. More than just an appetizer to the NFL regular season, the CFL gives bettors football wagering options on most Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays during an exciting twenty week schedule. Sunday, Monday and Wednesday matchups are also sprinkled into the path to Championship Sunday. Canuck bettors need not waste time looking for the CFL slate since the CSB LIVE odds and score feed below updates in real time constantly.

Beyond standard game day money line, point spread and Over/Under prices, Canada Sports Betting recommended bookmakers offer variety of player and team props on every clash during the CFL campaign. LIVE in-game wagering lines, that change from play to play, are available throughout the 81 regular season games, the four playoff battles and the Grey Cup Final fight. Parlay betting, especially in a league that has just nine teams, is also a very popular CFL handicapping choice.

Top Online Sports Betting Bookmakers in Canada

Variety is the spice of life and, when the CFL season rolls around, there are always tons of wagering options available to fans of sports and entertainment betting in Canada. That is due to the fact that Major League Baseball action is in full flight plus National Football League wagering enters the fray during Week 12 of the CFL season. Football remains a focus until the Super Bowl in February.

Wagering boards also feature the Beautiful Game as the exciting Major League Soccer season rolls in tandem with the CFL and NFL. Fan favorites of bettors around the world, major International events, like the Wimbledon Tennis and US Open Golf Championships, are also prime handicapping options at the sportsbooks recommended in the Canada Sports Betting Top Five Table below.

Canuck Handicappers are reminded that where they place their wagers is just as important as the sides they bet on. To that end, Provincial sports lotteries often pale in comparison to globally respected online sportsbooks. Facts are facts and, simply stated, Canadians face a plethora of pitfalls if they choose wagering options offered on platforms like the Pro-Line betting schemes.

In addition to less than favorable odds and prices, that can tilt the table towards the house, single event betting is not allowed with Canadian Government controlled sports wagering options. Which team do you like to capture the 106th Grey Cup Championship? Tell us by leaving a comment on our Facebook page and watch this space for tips, advice and free picks throughout the CFL season.

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