The Montreal Alouettes (10-9) took care of business at home last weekend, advancing to the East Division final with a victory over Hamilton. On Sunday, they face a rested Toronto Argonauts (11-7) club that had a bye after winning the division title in the regular season. The winner advances to next week’s 109th Grey Cup at Mosaic Stadium in Regina, Saskatchewan. The Alouettes have some dings on defense, as linebacker Micah Awe, defensive back Raheem Wilson and defensive lineman Thomas Costigan are out. The offense won’t have receiver Reggie White Jr. or offensive lineman Sean Jamieson on Sunday. Toronto will get running back Andrew Harris back from a pectoral injury for the division final. The veteran had 490 yards in eight games.
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The Argos also have injury concerns, as they will not have defensive backs Maurice Carnell or Tigie Sankoh. Linebacker Wynton McManis, defensive back Josh Hagerty and offensive lineman Peter Nicastro are questionable.
Trevor Harris threw for 243 yards against Hamilton on Nov. 6, completing 27-of-34 with a touchdown and an interception. Walter Fletcher gained 77 yards and scored a touchdown on the ground as Montreal opened a 22-6 halftime lead en route to a 28-17 win over the Tiger-Cats.
The Argonauts won two of the three meetings with the Als this season, with the teams splitting the two games at BMO Field in Toronto. Montreal closed the regular season with a 38-33 victory on Oct. 29, but the Argos had already sewn up the division title and the bye.
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