The Canadian Press - Sunday Nov. 3, 2013 00:55 ET

Glenn Howard to face Kevin Martin in Curling Masters final

Homan meets Muirhead in women's final

Glenn Howard, Kevin Martin
Glenn Howard, who is unbeaten at the tournament, will face Kevin Martin in Sunday's final. (Nathan Denette/Canadian Press)

Glenn Howard needed an extra end to move into the Masters Grand Slam of Curling final.

Howard, from Coldwater, Ont., blew a 3-1 lead but scored a single in the final end to beat Winnipeg's Jeff Stoughton 4-3 on Saturday.

Howard, who is unbeaten at the tournament, will face Edmonton's Kevin Martin in Sunday's final. Martin advanced with a 4-2 victory against China's Rui Lui.

In women's play, Ottawa's Rachel Homan will face Scotland's Eve Muirhead in the final.

Homan advanced by scoring three in the seventh end to beat Switzerland's Mirjam Ott 6-3, while Muirhead cruised by Winnipeg's Jennifer Jones 7-3.

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