The BBC will broadcast exclusive live coverage of the second NFL International game from Wembley this afternoon.
This AFC match up sees Los Angeles Chargers host Tennessee Titans.
The Chargers have appeared in London once before, losing 37-32 to New Orleans Saints back in 2008, when they were based in their previous home city of San Diego.
The Titans – led by fourth-year quarterback Marcus Mariota – are making their debut at Wembley today, and will be looking to make a good first impression as they bid to reach the play-offs for the second consecutive season.
Coverage starts at 2pm on BBC Two and BBC Two HD with live streaming via the BBC iPlayer. Kick-off 2.30pm.
The CBS team of Greg Gumbel, Trent Green and Bruce Arians will call the action. The match referee is Walt Coleman.
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