Blue Bomber Report Record: 3–15–0

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Might want to wear a raincoat at tonight's game

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A crowd in excess of 28,000 is expected at Canad Inns Stadium tonight for what could be a wet CFL pre-season game between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

The forecast for tonight is cloudy with a 30 percent chance of showers and a low of 11 C, according to Environment Canada.

Tonight marks the final pre-season game for both clubs and the last chance for the Bombers coaching staff to see prospects and veterans before final cuts have to be made by this weekend, when the Bombers have to get down to a 46-man regular season roster and a reserve squad of seven men.

The Bombers open their regular season schedule next Friday in Vancouver against the BC Lions.

Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.. The game is being broadcast live on TSN2.

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