There is something about football in Quebec that makes the fans come alive. Maybe it’s Montreal long winter or the loss of their Major League Baseball franchise over a decade ago, but the Montreal Alouettes make the summers in Montreal even better. The Alouettes have experienced overwhelming success since the start of the millennium and are lucky enough to have some of the greatest CFL players ever wear their uniform. For the best Montreal Alouettes betting odds make sure to check out the links below.  

Montreal Alouettes Odds Today

Check here for the Montreal Alouettes best betting odds today, to get in on some CFL action that stretches from the early summer all the way until November.

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Montreal Alouettes Schedule

Get a great look at the upcoming season, with the entire Montreal Alouettes schedule right here, with odds updating as the season starts going in the early summer. 

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Montreal Alouettes Standings

The four teams in the East can years where the competition is so close, the division winner is not decided until the final week of the season. Make sure to keep up with the Montreal Alouettes standings, located right below these lines. 

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Montreal Alouettes Betting

Founded in 1946, the Montreal Alouettes found mixed success through their first 54 years of existence winning 4 Grey Cups and 9 division titles. When the millenniums started the Alouettes began one of the most impressive stretches in any sport, winning 9 division titles in 12 years, going to 8 Grey Cups and winning 3 of them. The Alouettes call Molson Memorial Stadium home, but once a year play a game in the massive and historic Olympic Stadium – which can house 40,000 additional fans and really provides a financial boost to the Alouettes.

If betting on Montreal is the game plan, here are some tips. CFL betting is typically a spread, but can also be a money line. When Montreal was in their dominant stretch from 2000 to 2012, bettors would be best to find the best spreads as the money lines were typically unattractive and – when Montreal did lose – the loss was a tough one to handle.

Nowadays the Alouettes – though still a good team – are not consistently the favour. If Montreal is travelling across the country to face a tough BC Lions squad, the spread may be +7.5 for Montreal and the money line will probably be close to a +200. Look at Montreal’s offensive situation, particularly who is at quarterback. If the QB is struggling, avoid the Als. Otherwise the spread option is an attractive one.

Since Anthony Calvillo retired after the 2013 season, after 16 seasons with Montreal – the team has struggled to find a suitable replacement. Though it is hard to find a replacement for the all-time leading passer in all of professional football – NFL included.