NFL Wild Card Weekend – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports

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NFL Wild Card Weekend – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports

The 2019/20 NFL Wild Card weekend takes place this Saturday and Sunday with live TV coverage on Sky Sports.

It’s all AFC on Saturday as the No.4 seed Houston Texans (10-6) host the No.5 Buffalo Bills (10-6) from 9.35pm on Sky Sports Action.

The No.3 seed New England Patriots (12-4) welcome the No.6 Tennessee Titans (9-7) at 1.15am on the same channel.

Sunday sees the No.6 Minnesota Vikings (10-6) travel to the No.3 New Orleans Saints (13-3) from 6.05pm, before the the No.4 Philadelphia Eagles (9-7) host the No.5 Seattle Seahawks (11-5) at 9.40pm.

NFL Wild Card TV Schedule

Saturday 4th January 2020

Bills @ Texans
UK: 9.35pm – Sky Sports Action
US: 4.35pm ET – ESPN and ABC
Comms: Joe Tessitore, Booger McFarland
Referee: Tony Corrente

Titans @ Patriots
UK: 1.15am – Sky Sports Action
US: 8.15pm ET – CBS
Comms: Jim Nantz, Tony Romo
Referee: John Hussey

Sunday 5th January 2020

Viking @ Saints
UK: 6.05pm – Sky Sports Action
US: 1.05pm ET – FOX
Comms: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Referee: Carl Cheffers

Seahawks @ Eagles
UK: 9.40pm – Sky Sports Action
US: 4.40pm ET – NBC
Comms: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth
Referee: Shawn Smith

Updated on Saturday 4 January 2020 by @TVNewsroom

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