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Saturday 5 Oct 2024

17:00 Local Time

23:00 Your Time

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The Edmonton Elks, formerly known as the Edmonton Eskimos, are a professional Canadian football team based in Edmonton, Alberta. They are part of the West Division of the Canadian Football League and have been a competitive force in the league since their inception in 1949. The team has won 14 Grey Cup championships, the most of any team in the CFL. Some notable players who have worn the Elks' jersey include Warren Moon, Jackie Parker, and Ricky Ray. The team plays their home games at the Commonwealth Stadium, which has a seating capacity of over 56,000 and has hosted numerous major sporting events, including the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup. With their rich history, renowned players, and impressive stadium, the Edmonton Elks are a beloved and esteemed team in the world of Canadian football.

The Saskatchewan Roughriders, also known as the "Green and White," are a professional Canadian Football League (CFL) team based in Regina, Saskatchewan. Founded in 1910, the Roughriders are one of the oldest and most successful teams in the CFL. They have won four Grey Cup championships, most recently in 2013. The team has a loyal fan base, with an average home game attendance of over 30,000. The Roughriders have produced numerous award-winning players, including 14 CFL Most Outstanding Players and 29 CFL All-Stars. They play their home games at Mosaic Stadium, which can hold up to 33,000 spectators and has been recognized as one of the best facilities in the CFL. With a history of success and a dedicated fan base, the Saskatchewan Roughriders are a force to be reckoned with in the CFL.

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