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TORONTO — The result of Friday Night Football at IG Field will help clear up the muddy waters of the post-season in the West Division. With at least one point, the visiting Stampeders can secure a home playoff date. Calgary claimed a 37-33 decision in the first half of the home-and-home set last week and has won seven of its past eight matchups. In their regular-season finale, the Blue Bombers will attempt to improve upon its 7-1 home record, but the team has stumbled in recent weeks with just one win in its last five outings. The season series is knotted at one-a-piece, including Winnipeg’s 26-24 triumph in Week 9. Kickoff is set for 8:30 p.m. ET.
Saturday’s tripleheader opens with the top squads in the East facing off at Molson Stadium for a 1 p.m. ET match. The Road to the Grey Cup has been paved in the East with Montreal hosting Edmonton for the Semi-final on November 10 and the victor advancing to the Eastern Final in Hamilton on November 17. At stake are bragging rights and the chance to build momentum as the post-season approaches. The Alouettes are 6-2 at home and are coming off a narrow 27-24 victory over Toronto. Hamilton is winners of four straight, including a decisive 33-12 showing against the REDBLACKS in Week 19 which set a franchise record of 13 victories.
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» Friday, 8:30 p.m. ET: Calgary at Winnipeg
» Saturday, 1:00 p.m. ET: Hamilton at Montreal
» Saturday, 4:00 p.m. ET: Ottawa at Toronto
» Saturday, 7:00 p.m. ET: Saskatchewan at Edmonton
The 4 p.m. ET contest will feature CFL football in Toronto for the final time in 2019 with Ottawa in town. The Argonauts are 2-6 in front of the home side this season and will be looking to rebound following a tough Week 19 27-24 setback in Montreal. With a victory, Toronto can sweep the season series following a dominant 46-17 performance in Week 13 and a 28-21 win in Week 18. The REDBLACKS will attempt to find their way back into the win column to halt a nine-game slide.
Having already locked down a playoff date as the crossover team, Edmonton will close the season with a back-to-back series against the Roughriders beginning at home this week at 7 p.m. ET. The Eskimos have compiled a 5-3 record at The Brick Field at Commonwealth Stadium this season, including a 19-6 win over BC when the team last played in Week 18. Saskatchewan enters Week 20 knotted alongside Calgary at the top the division, having won four of its five past games. The Roughriders will need a victory to keep pace in the tightly-contested race to secure a home playoff date in the West.
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