BC and Saskatchewan CFL Betting Statistics

CFL betting on British Columbia in the past few years has been mildly successful at the online sportsbook.

The Lions have gone 41-17-1 straight up and 31-27-1 against the CFL odds in their last 59 games. Saskatchewan has similar CFL betting numbers as they have gone 37-23 straight up and 32-27-1 against the CFL odds in their last 60 games.

CFL betting on British Columbia at the sports book has seen the team do a lot better out of the division. That makes some sense considering the West has been superior to the East. In the past, British Columbia is a super 59-39-1 against the West but only 64-84-4 against the East. That should tell you to seriously consider B.C. in CFL betting when they are playing non-division games.

Another key CFL betting trend to keep in mind with British Columbia is their favorite/underdog numbers. They are 63-44-1 as an underdog versus the CFL odds at the sports book but only 65-85-5 as a favorite.

BC has been a team that goes under the CFL betting total in recent season. 36 of their 59 games have gone under the CFL odds with one push in the last few seasons.

BC has struggled against the spread versus Edmonton, British Columbia and Saskatchewan. They have excelled against the CFL betting pointspread when playing Montreal. They are just about .500 against Calgary, Hamilton, Winnipeg and Toronto

Saskatchewan is just above .500 versus the CFL betting odds at the online sportsbook the past few years at 32-27-1. Throughout CFL betting history the Roughriders have played well in and out of their division going 80-66-5 versus the number in division games and 53-43-2 in non-division games.

Saskatchewan has been about a .500 team laying points through the years while they are a solid underdog at 88-62-5 versus the CFL betting number. Saskatchewan has had success against most teams in the league as they have winning pointspread numbers versus Edmonton, British Columbia and Hamilton. The Roughriders are just about .500 versus the CFL betting line against Calgary, Toronto, Montreal and Winnipeg.

Saskatchewan has been a slight over team in the past three years. 31 of their past 60 games have gone over the total. The Roughriders seem to go over quite a bit when they play Winnipeg.

As you look to handicap the CFL for the 2009 season take a look at the past history of British Columbia and Saskatchewan. Open an Account and start betting on the 2009 Canadian Football Season at SBG Global!

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