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

, Last Updated: 9:09 AM ET

WEEK 20 (BYE: WINNIPEG)

TONIGHT

* MONTREAL AT HAMILTON, 5:30 P.M., TSN

ALS FAVOURED BY 3 1/2

TOTH: Als have to continue playing well heading into the playoffs. Montreal by 7.

BUSBY: Consider this Game 1 of 2006 for Ticats. Hamilton by 5.

HAGEN: Als' arsenal enough to shut down Tabbies at home. Montreal by 3.

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TOMORROW

* TORONTO AT OTTAWA, 1 P.M., CBC

ARGOS FAVOURED BY 2

TOTH: Argos expected to rest some starters but still have enough talent to knockoff Renegades. Toronto by 6.

BUSBY: Argos have better backups and less turmoil. Toronto by 12.

HAGEN: Toronto's backups good enough to get it done against the lowly Renegades. Toronto by 5.

* SASKATCHEWAN AT B.C., 8 P.M., TSN

LIONS FAVOURED BY 13

TOTH: 'Riders rocked by turmoil in recent weeks while Lions can lock up first. B.C. by 10.

BUSBY: 'Riders go out with a whimper. Lions by 14.

HAGEN: 'Riders return to scene of alleged crime and get thumped. B.C. by 12.

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SUNDAY

* EDMONTON AT CALGARY, 3 P.M., TSN (SUBJECT TO BLACKOUT)

STAMPS FAVOURED BY 2

TOTH: Stampeders' biggest game since 2001 Grey Cup should give home team an edge while Calgary is also CFL's hottest club. Calgary by 2.

BUSBY: Book the trip to Commonwealth Stadium. Edmonton by 4.

HAGEN: Each game has been won by the road team -- the trend continues. Edmonton by 3.

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RECORDS ARE STRAIGHT UP (LAST WEEK; OVERALL)

TOTH: 3-1; 49-28

BUSBY: 4-0; 49-28

HAGEN: 2-2; 47-30


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