NFL 2020 – Wild Card – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports

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The 2020 NFL Wild Card round takes place this weekend (9th-10th January 2021) with live TV coverage on Sky Sports.

This season sees seven teams from each conference make the play offs, which means there will be a total of six wild card games – three from the AFC and three from the NFC.

The Colts @ Bills is the only AFC game on Saturday and will be shown live on Sky Sports and CBS from 6.00pm GMT (1pm ET).

NFC West rivals Rams and Seahawks face off at 9.30pm GMT (4.30pm ET) on Sky Sports and Fox, before the Washington Football Team host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at 1.00am GMT (8.00pm ET) on Sky Sports and NBC.

On Sunday, the Ravens travel to Titans at 6.00pm GMT (1.00pm ET) on Sky Sports and ABC/ESPN.

The Bears face the Saints from 9.30pm GMT (4.30pm ET) on Sky Sports and CBS.

The final game of the weekend is an AFC North clash as the Steelers host the Browns from 1.00am GMT (8.00pm ET) on NBC.

The lowest seed left in each conference will face the number 1 seeds – Chiefs and GreenBay – while the other winning teams face each other next weekend. The winners of each game will go into the Championship games.

Saturday 9th January 2021

Colts @ Bills
6.00pm GMT – 1.00pm ET
Sky Sports – CBS
Comms – Ian Engle and Charles Davis
Ref – Brad Allen

Rams @ Seahawks
9.30pm GMT – 4.30pm ET
Sky Sports – Fox
Comms – Joe Buck and Troy Aikman
Ref – John Hussey

Buccaneers @ Washington
1.00am GMT – 8.00pm ET
Sky Sports – NBC
Comms – Mike Tirico and Tony Dungy
Ref – Scott Novak

Sunday 10th January 2021

Ravens @ Titans
6.00pm GMT – 1.00pm ET
Sky Sports – ABC/ESPN
Comms – Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Louis Riddick
Ref – Jerome Boger

Bears @ Saints
9.30pm GMT – 4.30pm ET
Sky Sports – CBS
Comms – Jim Nantz and Tony Romo
Ref – Alex Kemp

Browns @ Steelers
1.00am GMT – 8.00pm ET
Sky Sports – NBC
Comms – Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth
Ref – Shawn Smith

Posted on Saturday 9 January 2021
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