The CFL’s Eastern Division may have the biggest markets, but it’s the Western Division that has the biggest fans. The heart of Canada is truly the heartland of the CFL and the rivalries can get as extreme as the weather. Calgary, Edmonton, Regina and Winnipeg all share similar climates and geography, but they also share a love of beating each other when it comes to football. Labour Day weekend is highlighted by a unique serie of battles.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers vs Saskatchewan Roughrider on Sunday before the Calgary Stampeders look to get one over on their Alberta rivals the Edmonton Eskimos on Monday. Don’t think it’s just these matchups that matter though, as all four teams look forward to beating the other three any chance they get. Throw the always tough BC Lions from Vancouver into the mix and you’ve got a good old fashioned rumble anytime a Western Division game is on the schedule.
CFL Scores And Standings
The West is home to some of the league’s biggest grudge matches. The chance to play spoiler is always going to be a factor out here. To see which team is on top check HERE each and every week to check the standings.
Bet On CFL West Games
Whether the sky is clear and the sun is using or the storms are raging and the filed is covered in snow, the CFL’s Western Division plays in all conditions. Throw in the animosity of provincial and regional hostilities and the stakes are as big as the prairie skies. Wager on a game in the CFL’s West and the action will be as extreme as the temperature.
If the regular season isn’t enough for you, come playoff time there’s the Western semi-final and Western final. You can get in on the action as the team’s due battle to decide which one represents the division at the Grey Cup. The Western Champion has had the upper hand over the East in recent years, but there’s no solidarity from the teams sitting on the sidelines. Whoever you feel like backing there are odds and betting lines for you all season long from several sources online.