Those considering some CFL football action this evening are in luck.

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Those considering some CFL football action this evening are in luck.

Good seats are still available for tonight’s game between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Toronto Argonauts at Investors Group Field. As of 2:30 p.m. this afternoon, there were just under 2,400 tickets remaining for the game – a number that raises some eyebrows considering this is just the second regular season game in the new $200-million facility at the University of Manitoba.

Brett Carter, the 20-year-old former Winnipeg Rifles player, will take to a CFL field for the first time tonight against the Argos.

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Brett Carter, the 20-year-old former Winnipeg Rifles player, will take to a CFL field for the first time tonight against the Argos.

A sellout at Investors Group Field is 33,500, according to the club.

The Bombers and Argos come into contest each sporting a 1-2 record in the East Division.

Kick-off is at 7 o’clock (TSN, 680 CJOB).