11/19/2014 01:45 EST | Updated 01/19/2015 05:59 EST

Live chat Thursday: Who wins CFL East and West Division finals?

The CFL is down to its final four. Hamilton, Montreal, Calgary and Edmonton play this weekend to determine the 2014 Grey Cup finalists. Who will win this weekend?

Be a part of our live video web chat Thursday at noon ET (10 a.m. MT) as we preview this weekend's games and hear your take on which of the final four will make it to B.C. for the Grey Cup. Post your comments and questions in the countdown to Division Final weekend across Canada.

CBC reporters from Montreal, Calgary, Edmonton and Hamilton join Malcolm Kelly of CBC Sports. Watch live and join in this Thursday.

East Division Final: Key to the game

Montreal defensive end Jerald Brown set a team record with a 103 yard fumble return for a touchdown in the Alouettes 50-17 win over B.C. in the CFL East Division semifinal. Montreal's defence held B.C. to just 102 passing yards. Brown was awarded the CFL defensive player of the week honours on Tuesday. He says that team defence will be the key to beating the Hamilton Tiger Cats on Sunday.

West Division Final:

Can anybody beat Calgary? The Eskimos get the first crack and nobody loves beating Calgary more than the Eskimos. Stampeders quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell starts his first ever CFL playoff game Sunday. It's the first Battle of Alberta division final since 2001. Mitchell's chances for success are improved with the return of receiver Maurice Price and CFL rushing leader Jon Cornish. Both missed the last regular-season game with concussion concerns. CBC Calgary's Devin Heroux has put together a great story looking back at the numbers ahead of the Western Final.