Los Angeles Rams v New York Giants – Live NFL on BBC TV

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The second NFL International Series game of 2016 takes place today with live coverage on BBC.

This week seven match from Twickenham sees the Los Angeles Rams host New York Giants.

This is the second of three games to take place in London this season, and the first to be staged at the home of English rugby union, which will host between three and five contests over the next three years.

The Giants return to the English capital for the first time since 2007, when they defeated the Miami Dolphins 13-10 in the first regular-season game to be held at Wembley Stadium.

The Rams, however, will hope for a better performance than when they were trounced 45-7 by the New England Patriots in 2012, before they relocated from St Louis.

Coverage starts at 2pm on BBC Two and BBC Two HD, where Nat Coombs is joined in the studio by Osi Umenyiora and Mike Carlson.

Ron Torbert and his team will officiate the contest. The match will be broadcast live on the NFL Network in the U.S. from 9.30am EDT.

Sky Sports will broadcast a further three matches from the NFL this evening as Miami Dolphins host Buffalo Bills (6.00pm), Pittsburgh Steelers take on New England Patriots (9.25pm), and Seattle Seahawks travel to Arizona Cardinals (1.30am) — all live on Sky Sports 2

Posted on Sunday 23 October 2016
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