Montreal Alouettes vs Saskatchewan Roughriders Odds & Info
|Game||Montreal Alouettes vs Saskatchewan Roughriders|
|Date & Time||Thursday June 23, 2022, 7:30 PM (EDT)|
Percival Molson Memorial Stadium Montreal, Canada
SSK -3 ; O/U 44.5
On Thursday, the Saskatchewan Roughriders pay a visit to the Montreal Alouettes for a CFL Week 3 matchup. Saskatchewan is first in the West division of the CFL after two weeks with a record of 2-0 following its 26-16 victory over the Edmonton Elks last Saturday. Saskatchewan quarterback Cody Fajardo passed for 247 yards with one touchdown while running back Jamal Morrow rushed for 126 yards and one touchdown. Shaq Evans was the leading receiver with 81 yards.
On the season, Cody Fajardo has passed for 558 yards with two touchdowns. Jamal Morrow leads all rushers with 140 yards and one touchdown, while Fajardo has rushed for 52 yards and one touchdown. Shaq Evans is the leading receiver with 9 receptions for 173 yards while Morrow has caught seven passes for 89 yards.
Montreal sits in last place in the East division through the first two weeks of the CFL regular season at 0-2 following its 20-19 loss to the Toronto Argonauts last Thursday. Trevor Harris passed for 270 yards with one interception. The leading rusher for Montreal in the loss was Jeshrun Antwi with 29 yards and the leading receiver was Eugene Lewis with 11 receptions for 127 yards.
Trevor Harris has passed for 270 yards with one interception, while Vernon Adams has passed for 264 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions. Jeshrun Antwi is the leading rusher for Montreal with 127 yards. The leading receiver is Eugene Lewis with 239 yards, while Reggie White Jr. has 134 yards receiving. Running back William Stanback is the only player for Montreal with a receiving touchdown.
Recent Betting Trends
- Saskatchewan is 4-1 ATS in its last 5
- The UNDER has cashed in 9 of the Roughriders last 11
- Montreal is 4-2 ATS in its last 6
- The UNDER has cashed in 5 of the Alouettes last 7 at home
Free CFL Pick:
Saskatchewan is off to a very strong start having won each of its first two games and leads the West Division of the CFL. Saskatchewan easily covered the number in each of its first two games of the season. Against Hamilton, Saskatchewan covered by 14.5 points and against Edmonton the Roughriders covered the number by 10 points. Saskatchewan’s defense is allowing an average of only 14.5 points per game and will shut down the Montreal offense on Thursday. Final Score Prediction, Saskatchewan Roughriders win and cover ATS 27-17.