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Lang expects a similar reception for the Canadian team as the host nation at this years tournament, which begins Tuesday.EDMONTON -- Edmonton Eskimo quarterback Mike Reilly wasnt eager to shake hands with a reporter Thursday but pronounced himself ready to take his injured thumb into battle Friday against the Montreal Alouettes. You can watch the game on TSN1, 3, 4, 5 and TSN GO at 8:30pm et/5:30pm pt and listeners in the Montreal region can follow the action on TSN Radio 690. "Its not 100 per cent but its good enough to play football and play at a high level," Reilly said of his injured thumb. "Its going to take a couple of weeks before it feels 100 per cent normal but right now its not affecting my ability to throw the ball and play football." Reillys injured thumb on his throwing hand has kept him out of the last two games, both losses to Calgary. His return is welcome news for Edmontons offence that will be looking for more consistency to try to end a two-game losing streak. The losses have dropped the Eskimos to 7-3 and into third place in the west. Reilly, injured on the opening drive of a 41-27 win over Toronto three weeks ago, said the Eskimos have to get back to the basics, get back to competing, playing hard and executing their plays to get past the Alouettes. "If this week of practice is any indication, were going to be back to where we were early in the year," he said. "We came out with a kind of new mentality and a new focus and thats a good thing." While Reilly is back with Edmonton, former Eskimo Jonathan Crompton will get his third start for the Alouettes. In his two previous starts Crompton completed 33 of 52 passes for 451 yards with two TDs and two interceptions. "Hes done a very nice job getting the ball out of his hands, he knows where his weapons are," said Eskimo coach Chris Jones. "Hes done a great job of managing (the offence) and I think hes brought a level of energy that they were maybe lacking. 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A lot of Edmontons success this season is due to the improved and aggressive play of the defence that leads the CFL with five touchdowns -- three on interceptions and two on fumble recoveries. Rookie Dexter McCoil, who won a linebacking spot in training camp partly due to the injury to J.C. Sherritt, has been a big part of the defence with four interceptions and two touchdowns. "Those days just happened to be in the right place at the right time," he said. "We have great game plans. Our coaches put us in great positions to make plays. . . and our job is to execute to the highest level." Sherritt is back on the roster but McCoil, Rennie Curran and Otha Foster are the starting linebackers. The three starters have a combined 95 tackles and five interceptions. "Its about everybody buying into the defence and wanting to be good," McCoil explained. "We pride ourselves on being aggressive and physical. 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