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Tiger-Cats vs Alouettes Prediction, Game Preview, Live Stream, Odds & Picks – Nov 6

Montreal Favored over Streaking Hamilton

The 2022 CFL playoffs kick off with the Montreal Alouettes playing host to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. These East Division rivals have gone back and forth in the regular season with Montreal having won two of their three meetings. Thus, the Alouettes are favored by a field goal on the CFL football odds. All three of their games were decided by a touchdown or less.

Let’s check the latest Canadian Football odds, stats, injury reports, and Canadian Football lines for Tiger-Cats vs Alouettes. We’ve plenty of Canadian Football betting odds for you to consider.

Tiger-Cats vs Alouettes Predictions, Game Preview, Live Stream, Odds & Picks - Nov 6
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Tiger-Cats Roaring into the Postseason

You can’t be faulted for writing off Hamilton after it was, at one point, six games under .500. But with a 5-1 record in the last six games, including four straight wins, these “Tabbies” may be the hottest team in the postseason. However, Hamilton will have to figure out how to win on the road.

The Tiger-Cats are 2-7 on the road versus being 6-3 at home. They will not have a home game this postseason and must go through Montreal and Toronto to make a third straight trip to the Grey Cup. This is still a team that features 11 CFL All-Stars including seven on defense like star defensive back Richard Leonard.


Hamilton allowed the second-fewest net yards from its opponents (327.7) by leading the league in two-and-outs forced. Turnovers will be Hamilton’s key focus as the team lost plenty of games by being the more turnover-prone team thus finishing last in differential (-22).

Home-Cooking For Montreal

If the Tiger-Cats struggle on the road, the Alouettes are not much better at home. Montreal is just 4-5 at the Percival Molson Stadium and 2-3 against division opponents like Hamilton. The Alouettes are 5-2 in their last seven games and both losses came on home turf.

Against the Tiger-Cats, Trevor Harris will look to Eugene Lewis to continue hurting them. The All-Star receiver has 22 catches for 305 yards and three touchdowns in three games against Hamilton. And on defense, Montreal will look to continue forcing Hamilton to commit mistakes.

Montreal edged Hamilton in their third and final regular season meeting by forcing more turnovers and penalties. If the Alouettes can maintain this disparity in efficiency, it will be the right team to bet on online.

Tiger-Cats vs Alouettes Head-to-Head

Hamilton and Montreal are dead even in their last 10 meetings: 5-5 on both spread and Moneyline. While Montreal is 2-1 against Hamilton this season, the Tiger-Cats did eliminate Montreal last season though they did it at home. The total has gone under in five of their last six games.

  • Game: Tiger-Cats (8-10) vs Alouettes (9-9-0)
  • Day/Time: Sunday, Nov. 6th, 1:00 p.m. ET
  • Location: Percival Molson Stadium, Montreal
  • Tiger-Cats vs Alouettes Live Stream: CFL.ca

Tiger-Cats vs Alouettes Betting Lines

Team Point Spread Moneyline Total
Hamilton Tiger-Cats +1½ -110 +105 O48½ -110
Montreal Alouettes -1½ -110 -125 U48½ -110

The odds in this chart are based on the time of publication. They are subject to change.

Tiger-Cats vs Alouettes Prediction

Going beyond Hamilton’s unflattering road record, the team has started to get things together. Dane Evans has thrown just three picks in his last six games and Hamilton has won the turnover battle in four of its last six games. Hamilton also has the more reliable defense hence we can’t overlook the tasty underdog price on the Tiger-Cats in the online sportsbook.

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats are listed at +105 in our “Vegas CFL lines.” This means that if you wager $100 on the Tiger-Cats, you have a chance to win $105. The Montreal Alouettes are -125, offering a chance to win $80 on a $100 wager.

The implied probability attached to the betting lines gives the Tiger-Cats a 48.78% chance to win, with the Alouettes at 55.56%.

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