Montreal Alouettes: Aim for second win of the season
Montreal enters the fifth game of the season with a record of 1-3 and have yet to win a game in front of their home fans. Tonight should be much different if they play better on offense. Scoring just 90 points through four games, the Alouettes are one of the worst offensive teams in the East and the entire league.
Edmonton Eskimos: Also after win number two during CFL 2013
Tonight’s game in Montreal does not feature strong teams. In fact, Edmonton is also sitting at 1-3 on the season and in last place in the West Division. They have scored just 72 points on offense and have allowed 107 points. When they travel to Montreal tonight, they should have a difficult time scoring.
For the CFL game to start week five between the Montreal Alouettes and the Edmonton Eskimos we find the betting line at Sportsinteraction.com and their online sportsbook. With both teams struggling to score points this season we are going to back the Alouettes with the UNDER 50 total points at with the -110 juice.
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