CFL Matchups

CFL Matchups - REGULAR SEASON

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CFL GAMES & RECORDS

The Canadian Football League Matchups are an essential betting tool for the novice or professional and it has so many features to follow. The CFL regular season covers over six months between June and November with nine CFL teams so the Matchups will always have games available to wager on.

Every matchup has a designated Home and Away team and the games are shown by Time, which is Eastern Standard Time Zone (ET) on this matchup page.

UNDERSTANDING THE RECORDS

The CFL record section provides a quick look at the production of wins and losses for each team that is playing on the current day.

(Overall Record)
(Away or Home Record)

The Win-Loss is broken up by overall record and either the away or home record, depending on who is the host or the visitor.

UNDERSTANDING THE SPREAD

ATS is an abbreviation for Against the Spread, which measures the profitability of an CFL team for bettors. CFL does offer money-line wagers but point-spread bets are more popular at the sportsbooks, similar to American football.

Even if a team wins a game, the more important factor is covering the spread and those that do will have a much better ATS record. Even a team has a losing overall straight up record, it could be very competitive in games and stay within the oddsmakers’ expectations. That’s where the value is and a good ATS record on the hardwood usually parallels with a good team on the court.

The CFL Matchups section shows the Line, both the Open and Current numbers by the oddsmakers.

CFL BETTING TRENDS

The VegasInsider.com CFL Matchups show Betting Trends from sportsbooks and they focus on what users are playing.

The Betting Trend Section receives percentages on three categories.

  • Side (Point-Spread Bets)
  • Money (Money-Line Bets)
  • O/U (Total Bets)

The three betting trends are fairly simple to follow and they’re more volatile as tip-off of a game approaches.

The Side percentage is for the point-spread while the Money is for money-line wagers and that field usually skews heavily to favorites since not many bettors expect huge upsets, especially when the point-spread is high. T

he O/U is the total and the Over is always listed on top of the Under in the last Betting Trend column. Most bettors lean to favorites and overs and keep in mind that it’s not uncommon to see 100% to 0% listed for a particular matchup, especially after the betting line is just made available.

These trends fluctuate based on the action and until the volume rises, that’s a common occurrence.