Week four of the National Football League gets underway this evening as the Thursday Night Football sees the Cincinnati Bengals host Miami Dolphins.
The match takes place at Paul Brown Stadium, where the AFC rivals face each other. The match will be shown live on Sky Sports in the UK and on NFL Network in the States.
The Bengals are expected to be in a three-way tussle with Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers to finish at the top of the AFC North.
The Dolphins, however, will face a struggle to finish ahead of the New England Patriots in the AFC East, and must look to capitalise on the absence of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady by securing victories in the opening stage of the campaign.
Coverage starts at 1am BST on Sky Sports 1, and at 8.25pm EDT on NFL Network
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