Blue Bombers hope to take revenge in the rematch with the Ottawa team

Blue Bombers hope to take revenge in the rematch with the Ottawa team

All the Bombers players remember very well the defeat with a score of 44-21 7 weeks ago in a match with Ottawa RedBlacks.

Now the Winnipeg team is in great shape and can achieve the longest winning streak this season. Ottawa, the leader of the Eastern Division will be on the way to this on Friday night.

Defensive back Chris Randle confirmed the seriousness of the intentions of Bombers to win. He said that they had been preparing for this match all week and had repeatedly reviewed the previous game. The team focused on the mistakes of the previous game and now intends to prevent them.

Head coach Mike O’Shea also said that the game on Friday should go in a completely different way. It should be noted that the game in the defence of the Bombers has improved significantly since that match. In the last three games, they allowed only one offensive touchdown.

Randle also said that Winnipeg has its own game system, which should bring results and help cope with the leaders of the opponent's team.

Receiver Nic Demski, one of the best players of the Bombers attack this season, said that he is ready to return to the field and really wants to show everything that he is capable of.

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