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The Saskatchewan Roughriders will host the Montreal Alouettes in a Week 4 CFL matchup. The game is slated to begin at 7 p.m. ET from Mosaic Stadium. U.S. coverage will be televised on ESPN2.
This will be a rematch of a Week 3 matchup in which the host Alouettes breezed to a commanding 37-13 win vs. the Roughriders. It was the first win for the Alouettes and the first loss for the Roughriders. The Roughriders allowed eight sacks for quarterbacks Cody Fajardo and Mason Fine as center Dan Clark was absent. Kaion Julien-Grant scored on a 70-yard touchdown reception for the Alouettes. Rookie Tyson Philpot snagged a 66-yard yard reception.
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Alouettes returner Chandler Worthy erupted for an 88-yard kickoff for a touchdown. The Alouettes also recorded a pick-six from Marc-Antoine Dequoy that began with a bounced ball off Roughriders receiver Duke Williams.
Overall, the Alouettes forced three interceptions. Mike Jones, Dequoy, and Darius Williams were the recipients of the interceptions.
Meanwhile, the Alouettes played efficiently on offense, as they didn’t commit any turnovers. Quarterback Trevor Harris completed 16 of his 22 passes for 262 yards and a touchdown.
The Alouettes will be without defensive tackle Almondo Sewell, wide receiver Mario Alford, center Sean Jamieson, and running back William Stanback. Linebacker Chris Ackie and defensive end Antonio Simmons are questionable. The Roughriders will be missing Clark again as well as wide receivers Shaq Evans and Kyran Moore, and linebacker Micah Teitz. Defensive end AC Leonard, defensive back Nelson Lokombo and offensive tackle Terran Vaughn are questionable.
Alouettes wide receiver Eugene Lewis leads the CFL with 307 receiving yards. Lewis has amassed at least 800 receiving yards in each of the last three seasons.
Overall, Julien-Grant finished with two receptions for 75 yards last week. Prior to last week, Worthy never returned a kickoff for a touchdown or had a return longer than 37 yards.
This was the first interception and pick-six of Dequoy’s two-year career. As a rookie, Dequoy made eight appearances and mostly served on special teams. D’haquille Williams totaled four receptions for 101 yards last week vs. the Alouettes. Roughriders running back Jamal Morrow had 126 yards on just seven carries during their Week 2 contest. Frankie Hickson (16 carries for 67 yards) is the other running back option for the Roughriders.
Defensive lineman Pete Robertson collected a pair of sacks against Harris last weekend. The Roughriders lead the CFL with 15 sacks through the first three games of the season.
The Alouettes are second place in the East, behind only the leading Toronto Argonauts (1-1) who have played one fewer game. Meanwhile, the Roughriders are second-to-last in the very competitive West. Calgary, British Columbia, and Winnipeg are atop the West with 3-0 records.
The Roughriders are favored by 4.5 points vs. the Alouettes in the rematch. The over/under is set for 46 points. The Alouettes are 3-0 against the spread overall and 2-0 against the spread on the road. For over/under, the Alouettes are 2-1 overall. The Roughriders are 2-1 against the spread overall and 1-0 against the spread at home. Regarding over/under, the Roughriders are 1-2 overall.
The Roughriders will cover the spread and get revenge with the Week 4 victory.
Written by Rolando Rosa, our US sports betting industry expert.