Calgary Sun head-to-head

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

, Last Updated: 7:14 AM ET

TONIGHT

Ottawa (5-4) at Montreal (4-5), 5:30 p.m., TSN

Als favoured by 61/2

TOTH: Could the Alouettes lose three straight? Not likely. Montreal by 3.

BUSBY: Late Joseph heroics don't work this time. Als by 3.

HAGEN: Surely Matthews has given his struggling team an ultimatum. They should respond. Als by 7.

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SUNDAY

Winnipeg (3-7) at Saskatchewan (3-6), 5 p.m., TSN

'Riders favoured by 51/2

TOTH: Home field never an advantage when the Roughies faithful start to turn. Winnipeg by 3.

BUSBY: This may be the last win all year for the rough 'Riders. Saskatchewan by 3.

HAGEN: Saskatchewan needs to win this one to prove they haven't completely given up. 'Riders by 6.

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MONDAY

Edmonton (6-3) at Calgary (4-5), 1 p.m., CBC

Eskimos favoured by 31/2

TOTH: It's the win-one, lose-one Stampeders' turn to shine before following it up with a lopsided loss in Edmonton. Calgary by 3.

BUSBY: Higgins pre-game speech may be worth recording. He won't allow a letdown. Stamps by 6.

HAGEN: This is Labour Day, so throw everything out the window. But if Copeland's out, that hurts. Esks by 3.

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Toronto (6-3) at Hamilton (1-8), 3:45 p.m., CBC

Argos favoured by 51/2

TOTH: Tabbies ready to put up a brave fight but Argos the East's best. Toronto by 6.

BUSBY: Ticats tough on Labour Day but so is Argos defence. Toronto by 6.

HAGEN: To say the worst team in the CFL will beat the defending champs is a stretch. Argos by 10.

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Records straight up (last week; overall)

TOTH: 2-2; 28-13

BUSBY: 2-2; 25-16

HAGEN: 3-1; 28-13


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