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For nearly a quarter-century, the Eskimos have played in Calgary on Labour Day with the rematch just four days later in Edmonton. Since 1989, the lone exception to that schedule was in 1992. You can catch all the action starting at 7pm et/4pm pt on TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5 and TSN GO. Calgary (8-1) and Edmonton (7-2) get one more days rest than usual this year after the Stampeders 28-13 win Monday at McMahon Stadium. Its not a lot, but a little more time to repair bodies and prepare brains for the second game that always feels like a marathon for players on both sides. "This is going to be a four-quarter game," Stampeder linebacker Juwan Simpson predicted before the team departed for the Alberta capital. "If we feel in any way shape, form or fashion this game is going to be like it was the other day, weve got another thing coming. All these second games have almost come down to the wire. "A lot of guys will be aching, but the game, the adrenaline gets you through it. But mentally, its here we go, same team, same thing. You have to keep yourself in the meeting rooms, keep yourself getting healthy and not just take it for granted because youre playing the same team." The Stampeders are 2-0 against Edmonton in 2014 and clinched the season series with Mondays victory. Calgary hasnt lost Game 2 of the September home-and-home since 2006 and owns a 10-game winning streak against Edmonton. This is Edmontons last chance in the regular season to get a win over their southern rival because the Alberta clubs dont meet again in the second half of the schedule. "The good thing is youre playing the same opponent so youre not going to put in a million new defences and offences or anything on special teams," Eskimos head coach Chris Jones told reporters in Edmonton. "Youve got to go back in and look at what we did well and try to utlilize it and add a thing or two and thats it." Eskimos quarterback Matt Nichols completed 18 of 30 pass attempts for 208 yards Monday, but Edmonton didnt score an offensive touchdown. Calgarys defence hasnt given up one in 29 consecutive drives by opposing offences. An injured thumb on Mike Reillys throwing hand kept the Esks quarterback out of Mondays game and ended his run of consecutive CFL starts at 26.dddddddddddd He didnt throw the ball much in practices this week, which indicates another start for Nichols. "Its always a tough week when you only have a few days off in between games, but at the same time you dont have to do the extra game planning," Nichols said after Mondays loss. CFL all-star receiver Fred Stamps returns to Edmontons lineup after sitting out four games with a lower-body injury. Grant Shaw, who had field goals from 13 and 44 yards Monday, has been put on Edmontons injured list. Hometown product Hugh ONeill will handle kicking duties Saturday. Calgarys Edwin Harrison slides in at right tackle for Dan Federkeil, who left Mondays game with an injury. Stampeder receiver Joe West will not play because hell be in Texas for his brothers funeral. Despite missing six games with concussion symptoms in July and August, Calgary running back Jon Cornish isnt out of contention to win a third straight league rushing title. But with nine games remaining, hell need more performances like the 163 yards he had Monday. The New Westminster, B.C., native is 253 yards behind current CFL leader Nic Grigsby of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. The extra day of rest could especially benefit Cornish on Saturday, but he didnt mind the short turnarounds of previous years. "Ive always liked playing on Fridays," Cornish said. "I always enjoyed the sort of epicness of that quick turnaround. "I know a lot of people werent super-fond of playing more than one football game in a week, but I liked that. Its a challenge to rise to." 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