The 2023 NFL International series gets underway this Sunday as the Jacksonville Jaguars host the Atlanta Falcons.
It will take place at Wembley Stadium and is the first of three games to be played in London in 2023.
The two sides have faced each other just eight times in the past, with the Falcons winning five of the meetings, including the last four matches.
The Jaguars have only won one of six previous games against the Falcons, having beaten the Falcons in the first two meetings in the late 1990s.
The match will be shown live on ITV1 in the UK, and ESPN+ in the States, and on Disney+ in the UK and States.
Disney+ will be airing a Toy Story themed broadcast of the match with Drew Carter and Booger McFarland on the call with 12-year old Pepper Persley working the sidelines.
The referee is Craig Wrolstad. Tom Grennan will be the halftime entertainment.
The Jags will take on the Buffalo Bills at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on the 8th October, while Baltimore Ravens face Tennessee Titans in the same stadium on Sunday 15th October.
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