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Ben Burns

Game Details
Jul 19 '19, 8:30 PM in 1d
CFL | Ottawa vs Winnipeg
Play on: UNDER 55 -110
Game Analysis

Off another PERFECT week on the gridiron, CFL is now an EPIC 14-2 the past 16. That includes a PERFECT 10-0 RECORD with his sides. Here, Burns offers an opinion on Friday's Winnipeg/Ottawa total:

While both these teams saw last week's game finish above the total, I feel that this number is a little too high. This season's earlier meeting had an O/U line of 53 and produced just 43 points. Even factoring in last week's game, the Redblacks have seen the 'under' go 8-2 their last 10 in the month of July. Also, during the same span, note that the 'under' is 3-1 when Winnipeg was a home favorite in the -7.5 to -14 range. Consider the Under. 

Pick Released on Jul 17 at 11:11 am

Jesse Schule

Game Details
Jul 19 '19, 3:00 PM in 1d
Soccer | Algeria vs Senegal
Play on: UNDER 2½ -250
Game Analysis

This is a Free play on Under in the AFCON Final.

The Final will feature Senegal (who come in off three straight 1-0 wins), and Algeria who have conceded just one goal in their last five matches. These teams played earlier in the tournament and Algeria won by a score of 1-0. Both these teams are excellent defensively, and it's likely going to take just one goal to win this Final. Algeria is 2-0-1 in the last three head to head meetings, and they posted a clean sheet in two of those matches.

Take Under.


Jesse Schule

Pick Released on Jul 16 at 01:53 pm

Ricky Tran

Game Details
Jul 20 '19, 4:00 PM in 2d
CFL | Edmonton vs Montreal
Play on: Edmonton -4½ -105 at 5Dimes
Game Analysis

Ricky’s 1* Free Play on the Edmonton Eskimos.

Montreal comes in having won back-to-back games, getting big efforts from BJ Cunningham, Vernon Adams Jr. and William Stanback. But the young Als now run into their stiffest defensive test yet. Edmonton was dominant in its Week 5 win over BC, going on to finish with five sacks, two fumble recoveries and an INT. 

Key Trends:

- Edmonton is now 9-5 ATS in its last 14 as a favorite (dating to last year.) 

- Montreal is a poor 3-6 ATS in its last nine as a home underdog of seven points or less.

- The Als are a brutal 5-12 ATS in their last 17 when playing with six or less days rest.

The verdict: BC star QB Mike Reilly looked impotent vs. this tough Eskimos’ secondary and I have a hard time seeing the Als’ producing offensively either. I think Montreal finally takes a step back this week!

Pick Released on Jul 17 at 12:48 pm