Tiger-Cats vs. Alouettes Prediction: CFL Week 4 Point Spread, Odds

David Bastl | Updated Jul 02, 2019

The Tiger-Cats offence has been on fire in this early part of the season. Through three games, all wins, the Cats have put up 128 points, for an average of 42.6 points per game. They have also outscored their opponents by 87 points.

July 04, 2019, 7:30 PM ET
Percival Molson Memorial Stadium
Pointspread -13.5 -110
Moneyline -612
Over / Under o +56.5


Betting Action


Pointspread +13.5 -110
Moneyline +484
Over / Under u +56.5


Betting Action


For the first time since the 2004 season, the Tiger-Cats are 3-0 to start the season. Canada’s steel city has high hopes this season, and the team is living up to those hopes so far. The same cannot be said about the Montreal Alouettes, as they try to compete against the East division heavyweight team.

CFL Odds and Betting

After their 31-point win last week against the Alouettes, the Tiger-Cats open up as 12.5-point favourites on the road in Montreal at Sports Interaction.

The Tiger-Cats have won five of the last six games against the Alouettes. In the five wins, they have only allowed 52 points against (10.4 point average).

Hamilton is also 4-0 against the spread in their last four games in Montreal, and 4-1 ATS in their last five overall.

Of note, the over is 4-2 in the last six games between these two teams. The total in this game opened up at 56.5.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats

The Tiger-Cats offence is on fire in this early part of the season. Through three games, all wins, the Cats have put up 128 points, for an average of 42.6 points per game. They have outscored their opponents by 87 points in the three wins combined.

Quarterback Jeremiah Masoli is off to a strong start to the season throwing for 924 yards in three games. His chemistry with receiver Brandon Banks looks like it has improved over the off-season. Banks currently leads all CFL receivers with 334 yards in three games.

As good as the offence has been, and it has been great, the defence has been even better. Through three games, the Ti-Cats have only allowed 41 points, for an average of 13.6 points against. That’s tops in the CFL. Simoni Lawrence and Ja’Gared Davis have been playing at an MVP pace. Last week the two combined for 16 tackles and three sacks.

Montreal Alouettes

It was a rough outing for the Alouettes who are still searching for their first win of the season. Dating back to last season the Als have lost 10 in a row. After a promising start in week one where they battled back against the Eskimos, they were blown out of the stadium by the Tiger-Cats last week.

It’ll be interesting to see how Head Coach Khari Jones uses his Quarterbacks this week against Hamilton. Last week Vernon Adams Jr. got the start, but he was replaced by Matt Schiltz in the third quarter but Adams did finish off the game. If they can establish the pivot position there are some decent pieces to the offence that will help.

BJ Cunningham caught eight passes for 93 yards in the loss, but accounted for almost 40 percent of the teams total receiving yards in the loss. William Stanback has 154 rushing yards in the team’s first two games.