The BBC will broadcast live National Football League this afternoon as the fourth and final International Series game of the 2017 season takes place.
The Cleveland Browns host the Minnesota Vikings at Twickenham, where the inter-conference rivals meet in round eight of the season.
The Browns have suffered a dismal start to their AFC North campaign, while the Vikings are in contention in the NFC North.
Caroline Barker will be on the sidelines interviewing special guests including, celebrities and former players of the game.
Kick-off 1.30pm GMT.
This will be the first of four games to be shown on UK TV today, with Sky Sports showing a further three matches, including Buffalo Bills v Oakland Raiders (5pm), Washington Redskins v Dallas Cowboys (8.25pm) and the Sunday Night Football between Detroit Lions and Pittsburgh Steelers (12.30am).
Sky’s coverage gets underway at 4.30pm GMT on Sky Sports Action.
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