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The Canadian Football League offers up its top rivalries this week, with the Tiger-Cats playing host to the Argonauts and the Stampeders getting a visit from the Eskimos on Monday. As well, the Als kick things off against the Lions in a battle between the top East and West teams on Friday.

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Fri August 31 - B.C. at Montreal, 7:30pm ET
Last 10 Meetings: Montreal 6-4 SU, 3-7 ATS | OU 4-6

Division leaders clash in British Columbia on Friday night as the Western-leading Lions play host to the Eastern-leading Alouettes. Montreal is 5-3 (3-5 ATS) on the season after beating Hamilton 31-29 last week, while B.C. is 6-2 (4-4 ATS) and coming off a 20-17 victory over Winnipeg. The Lions crushed the Alouettes 43-1 at home when the teams last met last season.

Sun September 2 - Winnipeg at Saskatchewan, 4:00pm ET
Last 10 Meetings: Saskatchewan 8-2 SU, 6-4 ATS | OU 3-7

The Blue Bombers and Roughriders will meet for the first time this season on Sunday afternoon, with Winnipeg now a league-worst 2-6 (4-4 ATS) after falling to the Lions at home last week. The Riders are at the bottom of the Western standings at 3-5 (4-4 ATS) on the season, and they were beaten 17-10 at home by Calgary last week.

Mon September 3 - Toronto at Hamilton, 1:00pm ET
Last 10 Meetings: Hamilton 7-3 SU, 6-4 ATS | OU 2-8

The Argonauts will be looking for some revenge on Monday afternoon as they lost 36-27 on the road in Hamilton in their first game of the year against their Ontario rival back on July 14. The Argos are 4-4 (3-5 ATS) through their first eight games this season, while the Tiger-Cats are a game behind them in the East at 3-5 (5-3 ATS).

Mon September 3 - Edmonton at Calgary, 4:30pm ET
Last 10 Meetings: Calgary 7-3 SU, 5-5 ATS | OU 5-5

The Eskimos will carry their 5-3 record (5-3 ATS) into Calgary for Monday afternoon as they play the rival Stampeders for the first time this season. Edmonton picked up a 26-17 road win in Toronto in their last game, while Calgary improved to 4-4 (4-4 ATS) in their victory over the Roughriders. The Stampeders are just 1-3 over their last four games against Edmonton.