The Winnipeg Blue Bombers will put their five-game winning streak on the line on Sunday when they meet the Saskatchewan Roughriders in Regina.
The Bombers own the best record in the Canadian Football League. Winnipeg leads the East Division with a 7-1 record while the Roughriders are in the West Division basement at 1-7.
Winnipeg is perfect on the road having won all four games this season but Sunday's game with Saskatchewan will be a huge test for the Blue Bombers who last won in Regina in 2004.
AM 1250 Sports Director Clayton Dreger asked Winnipeg offensive lineman Brendon LaBatte to talk about the Labour Day Classic.
Sunday's game marks the return of Ken Miller as Riders' head coach. He took over after Greg Marshall was let go last month. Miller had stepped down and took on the job as the team's vice-president of football operations after Saskatchewan lost the 2010 Grey Cup to the Montreal Alouettes.
Winnipeg defensive back Alex Suber is expecting a tough test from the Riders.
The Blue Bombers and Roughriders will wrap up their home-and-home series when the two teams play in the Banjo Bowl on Sunday, September 11th at Canad Inns Stadium.