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~[#WATCH|LIVE#!] Montreal Alouettes Vs Winnipeg Blue Bombers Live Free Broadcast ON Tv Channel 19th November 2023

What time is Grey Cup 2023? Blue Bombers vs. Alouettes kickoff time, TV channel for CFL championship game And then there were two.The 2023 CFL season comes down to the Montreal Alouettes and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, as the two meet in Hamilton on Sunday for the 110th Grey Cup.

Montreal defeated the Toronto Argonauts in the East Final, while Winnipeg took care of business against the BC Lions in the West Final. The Blue Bombers have frequented the Grey Cup in recent years. Their appearance this year marks their fourth consecutive CFL championship game. Last year, Winnipeg fell to the Argonauts, ruining the team's chance for a three-peat. It's been quite some time since the Alouettes have played for a championship. Montreal last competed in a Grey Cup in 2010, defeating the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the title contest. MORE: What to know about Grey Cup 2023 halftime show Here is everything you need to know to watch the 110th Grey Cup between the Alouettes and the Blue Bombers. What time is the Grey Cup? Date: Sunday, Nov. 19 Kickoff time: 6 p.m. ET The 2023 Grey Cup will kick off at approximately 6 p.m. ET on Sunday, Nov 19. The game is being played at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton, Ont. How to watch the Grey Cup in 2023 TV Channel: TSN, RDS Live stream: TSN+, CFL+ TSN will conclude its coverage of the CFL season by broadcasting the 110th Grey Cup on its network. For the French-speaking audience, RDS will have the championship game. For Canadians looking to stream the action, it can be done so through TSN+. Viewers in the United States will be able to watch the CFL playoffs through CFL+, the league's new free, online live streaming platform. It will not be available to watch on cable. Where is the Grey Cup in 2023? City: Hamilton, Ont. Stadium: Tim Hortons Field The 110th Grey Cup will be played in Ontario. Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton will be the site for this year's CFL championship game. This is the 11th time that Hamilton is the site for the CFL championship game. Tim Hortons Field last hosted the 108th Grey Cup in 2021 when the Blue Bombers defeated the hometown Tiger-Cats for the title. Grey Cup halftime show 2023 This year's halftime entertainment is Green Day. The Grammy-award winning band hails from California, but has become a popular punk rock group all over the globe, selling more than 75 million records. Green Day was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2015. "You better be ready because we're about to turn the Grey Cup green and into the loudest f—ing night in CFL history," the band said in a statement. Green Day is known for its hits, "Boulevard of Broken Dreams", "American Idiot" and "Wake Me Up When September Ends." 2023 CFL playoff schedule, results Here is the full schedule from the 2023 CFL playoffs, including the previous results for the Alouettes and the Blue Bombers: The Montreal Alouettes (13-7) and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (15-4) collide on Sunday evening in the 2023 Grey Cup. This rivalry dates back to 1969, as Winnipeg leads Montreal 49-47-2 overall. The Blue Bombers have won three of the last four games against the Alouettes, including a 47-17 win over Montreal in Week 12. Kickoff is at 6 p.m. ET at Tim Horton's Field in Edmonton, Ontario. Winnipeg is an 8-point favorite, while the over/under, or total number of points that will be scored, is 47 in the latest Blue Bombers vs Alouettes odds. Before locking in any Alouettes vs. Blue Bombers picks, be sure to see the 2023 Grey Cup predictions from SportsLine's Emory Hunt. Hunt is the founder and CEO of Football Gameplan, which has been supplying analysis of all levels of football since 2007. He is a former running back for the Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns and knows the game from a player's perspective. Hunt's dedication to analysis of all levels of college and professional football helped him finish 48-38 on all XFL and USFL spread picks in 2023, and he's 50-37-1 in the CFL this year. Anyone who has followed him is way up. Why the Blue Bombers can cover Winnipeg has a potent aerial attack. The Blue Bombers led the CFL in scoring (33) and placed second in passing yards per game (292.4). Quarterback Zach Collaros plays with poise and has the arm strength to push the ball downfield. Collaros was first in the league in passing touchdowns (33) and second in passing yards (4,252). The offense features two players with at least 1,000 receiving yards. Receiver Dalton Schoen has good deep speed and attacks the field vertically. Schoen led the team in receptions (71), receiving yards (1,222), and touchdowns (10). Receiver Nic Demski is a shifty and nimble pass-catcher who creates separation due to his smooth route running. In 2023, Demski notched 67 catches for 1,006 yards and six scores. See which team to pick here. Why the Alouettes can cover The Alouettes also have stingy and effective defense. During the regular season, Montreal gave up the second-fewest points (21.8) and passing yards per game (238.7). In the Eastern Final win over Toronto Argonauts, Montreal forced seven turnovers. Defensive back Reggie Stubblefield played with tremendous energy and outstanding effort. Stubblefield has great instincts, logging a team-high 11 total tackles and one interception in the victory.


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