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Cincinnati v Washington – Live NFL TV Coverage on Sky Sports, BBC Red Button

Cincinnati v Washington – Live NFL TV Coverage on Sky Sports, BBC Red Button

Sky Sports will broadcast a quad of NFL action this afternoon as the final International Series game takes place at Wembley Stadium.

The match, between Cincinnati Bengals and Washington Redskins, will be shown live on Sky Sports 2 from 1.00pm, and on the BBC Red Button. The BBC will also have highlights of the match on BBC One from midnight.

Sky’s second live game sees the Buffalo Bills host New England Patriots in a AFC East clash at New Era Field. Coverage starts at 4.45pm. Kick-off 5.00pm GMT.

The third live match comes from the Georgia Dome, where the Atlanta Falcons host Green Bay Packers. Kick-off 8.25pm GMT.

And that’s topped off with the Sunday Night Football from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, where the Philadelphia Eagles travel to Dallas Cowboys. Coverage starts at 12.20am GMT on Sky Sports 2. Kick-off 12.30am.

Updated: Sunday 30 October 2016
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