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DAN TOTH, IAN BUSBY, JEFFERSON HAGEN -- Calgary Sun

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TONIGHT

* TORONTO (2-2) AT MONTREAL (2-2), 5:30 P.M. (TSN, RDS) ALS FAVOURED BY 6 1/2

TOTH: Als defence looked shaky last week against Bombers but Matthews will have them whipped into shape at home. Montreal by 3.

BUSBY: Unusual battle for first early in the season. Montreal by 5.

HAGEN: Als only because they're at home. Montreal by 1.

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TOMORROW

* OTTAWA (2-3) AT SASKATCHEWAN (3-2), 7 P.M.

'RIDERS FAVOURED BY 7 1/2

TOTH: Injuries have hampered Roughies but they should have enough to hold off upstart Renegades. 'Riders by 3.

BUSBY: Greene, Keith and Holmes back to winning form. 'Riders by 12.

HAGEN: Head scratching continues in 'Riders' land. Ottawa by 3.

* CALGARY (2-2) AT B.C. (4-0), 8 P.M. (TSN)

LIONS FAVOURED BY 9 1/2

TOTH: Stampeders showed vast improvement in last week's win while undefeated Lions have dodged some bullets but Calgary not ready to knock off Division champs just yet. B.C. by 2.

BUSBY: The win one, lose one streak stays intact. B.C. by 10.

HAGEN: Which Stamps team will show up? B.C. by 6.

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SATURDAY

* HAMILTON (0-4) AT EDMONTON (4-1), 5 P.M. (CBC)

ESKS FAVOURED BY 13 1/2

TOTH: Too early for Khari Jones to see action, so Tabbies are hooped for another week. Edmonton by 14.

BUSBY: Khari pressure on McManus keeps it close. Edmonton by 6.

HAGEN: Khari gets his shot but it's not enough. Edmonton by 7.

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MONDAY

* WINNIPEG (1-4) AT TORONTO (2-2), 2 P.M. (TSN)

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TOTH: Ridiculously short week will hurt Argos against fired up Bombers. Winnipeg by 1.

BUSBY: Short rest almost does in the champs. Argos by 6.

HAGEN: Defending Grey Cup champs need their best against tough defence. Toronto by 5.

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RECORDS ARE STRAIGHT UP (LAST WEEK; OVERALL)

TOTH: 2-2; 16-4

BUSBY: 3-1; 14-6

HAGEN: 2-2; 13-7


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