CFL predictions: Week 12 picks, odds & best bets
CFL predictions, CFL picks, CFL odds

CFL predictions: Week 12 picks, odds & best bets

After landing a 15.81 pay-out last Saturday, we’re continuing our CFL predictions with a trio of Week 12 picks and are eyeing a 14.64 treble if they all oblige.

Bwin has a wide range of CFL odds and betting markets for every match and we’ll be trying to pick out the best bets north of the border.

Toronto to beat Hamilton by 1-6 @ 4.1

Home advantage proved decisive in two previous head-to-head meetings this term, with the Argonauts winning by 14 at BMO Field and then the Tiger Cats prevailing by seven at Tim Hortons Field.

Toronto are only just hanging on to top spot in the East Division after a 22-19 loss to Calgary at this venue made it three defeats in four outings.

However, the Argonauts will look back on a key play late in the third quarter when leading 19-10, with Stampeders DB Elie Bouka posting a 67-yard pick six.

“The main thing for us is to get our confidence back and go and get a win,” commented head coach Ryan Dinwiddie.

Hamilton suffered a 29-28 reversal at Montreal when succumbing to a 48-yard field goal as time ran out and have injuries on defence, so we’re taking Toronto to shade a tight tussle.

BC -4 points vs Saskatchewan @ 1.91

Red-hot quarterback Nathan Rourke is now sidelined by an ankle injury but we’re sticking with the old adage of beware the wounded Lions.

Rourke was outstanding as BC beat the Roughriders 32-17 in Week 8 and 28-10 last time out, with both of those victories gained on the road.

Stand-in signal caller Michael O’Connor will take heart from the way the Lions’ offensive line dominated on each occasion, though.

O’Connor has very limited playing experience but a couple of seasons backing up at Toronto and Calgary should stand him in good stead.

He completed five straight short passes after coming off the bench a week ago and we’re backing the former University of British Columbia stand-out to hold his own.

Edmonton -3 points vs Ottawa @ 1.87

The Elks dominated the second half when beating the Redblacks 30-12 on the road last week and should confirm that superiority here.

Edmonton trailed 12-9 at the interval at TD Place but registered three unanswered touchdowns after play resumed to improve to 3-7.

Taylor Cornelius completed 16 of his 27 passes for 208 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions, while the defence did the rest.

The Elks have gone 12 games and almost three years without a win in front of their home fans but that drought is expected to end when Ottawa visit Commonwealth Stadium.

“They’ve come out and supported us the past two years, getting loud and being there,” commented Cornelius. “It’ll be a great feeling for the city and this team.”

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