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[[[streaming##]]<<<] Saskatchewan Roughriders vs Montreal Alouettes live 12 August 2023

Sunday’s 20-16 win over the Calgary Stampeders in the West Division final provides the Roughriders with an opportunity to try and erase the pain from that bitter ending. Roughriders coach Ken Miller knows his team will be in tough against the Montreal, which is a perennial power in the East. “(Montreal is) a tremendous football team, ” he said. “We have our work cut out for us. There’s no doubt about it. We’ll work hard and be eager to play in a week. ” The Roughriders aren’t the only ones with something to prove. While the Alouettes are making their eighth Grey Cup appearance since 2000, they have only come away with two wins in the big game during that span. Montreal is going to Edmonton on a high note after pummelling the Argos 48-17 in the East Division final. “It’s an emotional feeling to keep doing what we’re doing, ” said Alouettes quarterback Anthony Calvillo.

Saskatchewan Roughriders vs. Montreal Alouettes, live stream, TV channel, time, odds, how to watch CFLThe Saskatchewan Roughriders will meet the Montreal Alouettes in Week 3 of CFL action on Thursday night from Molson Stadium. The Roughriders come into this game with two impressive wins over Hamilton and Edmonton to give them a 2-0 start to the season. Meanwhile, the Alouettes will look to bounce back after a one-point loss to the Argonauts in their last game as they look for their first win of the season. We have you covered with the CFL all season, here is everything else you need to know to watch or stream the game tonight. Saskatchewan Roughriders vs. Montreal Alouettes When: Thursday, June 23 Time: 7:30 p.

Hamilton Tiger-CatsTHE CANADIAN PRESS The Grey Cup matchup to determine Canadian Football League supremacy is set, and redemption will be the theme when the Montreal Alouettes try to defend their title against the Saskatchewan Roughriders. The championship’s 98th edition will be held at Edmonton’s Commonwealth Stadium next Sunday and is a rematch of last year’s dramatic and memorable affair, when Montreal kicked a field goal with no time left on the clock to beat Saskatchewan 28-27.

The Alouettes will be looking to become the first team to win consecutive Grey Cups since the Toronto Argonauts in 1996 and 1997. To do that, they will have to go through a Roughriders team that had the title all but wrapped up last year before their Grey Cup dreams were crushed by a late penalty. Montreal missed a last-second field goal, but was given a lifeline after officials spotted an extra Roughriders player on the field. The Als made good on their second chance to clinch the one-point victory.

Week 10: Saskatchewan Roughriders at Montreal Alouettes




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