NFL 2021 – Super Wild Card Weekend – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports

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Sky Sports will broadcast a total of six NFL playoff games this weekend as the Super Wild Card round takes place.

Two games will be held on Saturday night, three on Sunday, and a game on the Monday Night Football.

Saturday’s coverage gets underway at 9.30pm, where the Bengals host Raiders before Patriots travel to the Bills at 1.15am.

Two games from the NFC starts Sunday’s coverage with Eagles travelling to Buccaneers at 6.00pm, and Cowboys hosting 49ers from 9.30pm.

NBC’s Sunday Night Football sees the Chiefs entertain the Steelers at 1.15am.

The Monday Night Football is a NFC West clash as the Rams host Cardinals from 1.15am.

Super Wild Card Weekend – Live TV Coverage

Saturday 15th Janauary

Raiders @ Bengals
Sky Sports NFL, 9.30pm
NBC, 4.30pm ET
Comms: Mike Tirico, Drew Brees
Ref: Jerome Boger

Patriots @ Bills
Sky Sports NFL, 1.15am
CBS, 8.15pm ET
Comms: Ian Eagle, Charles Davis
Ref: Brad Allen

Sunday 16th January

Eagles @ Buccaneers
Sky Sports NFL, 6.00pm
Fox, 1.00pm ET
Comms: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Ref: Craig Wrolstad

49ers @ Cowboys
Sky Sports NFL, 9.30pm
CBS, 4.30pm
Comms: Jim Nantz, Tony Romo
Ref: Alex Kemp

Steelers @ Chiefs
Sky Sports NFL, 1.15am
NBC, 8.15pm ET
Comms: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth
Ref: Shawn Smith

Monday 17th January

Cardinals @ Rams
Sky Sports NFL, 1.15am
ESPN/ABC, 8.15pm ET
Comms: Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Louis Riddick
Ref: Clay Martin

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