Using a two-game successful streak into Saturday’s recreation at Tim Horton’s Subject, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats may have a trio of star gamers again on the sphere for his or her recreation in opposition to the Montreal Alouettes.
Quarterback Jeremiah Masoli returns from a five-game absence after struggling a rib harm in Week 2, receiver Brandon Banks (ribs) will come off the group’s injured list and play for the primary time since Labour Day whereas Bralon Addison will make his 2021 debut after recovering from a knee harm.
Masoli accomplished 41 of 66 go makes an attempt for 377 yards, one landing and 4 interceptions in Hamilton’s first two video games of the 12 months, which each led to lopsided losses to Winnipeg and Saskatchewan.
In 4 video games this season, Banks has recorded 18 catches for 157 yards and no touchdowns this season, whereas Addison can be hitting the sphere for the primary time for the reason that 2019 Gray Cup championship.
Hamilton (4-3) topped the Alouettes (2-4) for his or her first win of the season again in Week 3 of the Canadian Soccer League season in a recreation during which quarterback Dane Evans threw two touchdowns and operating again Sean Thomas Erlington ran for 73 yards and a landing.
A victory on Saturday can be Hamilton’s twelfth consecutive win at dwelling and would transfer the membership to inside two wins of tying their all-time franchise report of 14 straight dwelling victories from 1957 to 1959.
Alouettes quarterback Vernon Adams Jr. leads the CFL with 11 passing touchdowns in 2021 and ranks fourth within the league with 1,583 passing yards.
Teammate William Stanback tops the charts amongst operating backs with 618 yards regardless of taking part in one much less recreation than the opposite gamers within the prime 5, whereas Montreal’s Jake Wieneke leads all CFL receivers with 5 landing receptions.
Saturday’s tilt will mark the ultimate time the Tiger-Cats and Alouettes will play in opposition to each other this 12 months except the 2 golf equipment meet within the playoffs.
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