The Jacksonville Jaguars host Indianapolis Colts at Wembley Stadium today.
The match will be shown live on BBC Two, as the AFC South rivals face each other in what will be the first of three fixtures to take place in London this season.
While the Colts are making their debut in the international series fixtures, the Jaguars are making their fourth appearance in as many years, and will hope to emulate their 34-31 victory over the Buffalo Bills last season.
It’s the first of four matches to be shown on UK TV today with Sky Sports showing a further three from 6pm.
At 6pm, the Baltimore Ravens host Oakland Raiders at the M&T Bank Stadium (6pm), then the Denver Broncos travel to Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9.05pm).
The final match of the day, the Sunday Night Football, comes from Heinz Field, where the AFC North outfit Pittsburgh Steelers host the AFC West side Kansas City Chiefs (1.30am).
Jacksonville Jaguars v Indianapolis Colts
1.45pm BST, BBC Two / 9.30am EDT, CBS
Comms: Greg Gumbel, Trent Green, Jamie Erdahl
Ref: Walt Anderson
Baltimore Ravens v Oakland Raiders
6.00pm BST, Sky Sports 2 / 1.00pm EDT, CBS
Comms: Andrew Catalon, Steve Beuerlein, Steve Tasker, Chris Fischer
Ref: Ed Hochuli
Tampa Bay Buccaneers v Denver Broncos
9.05pm BST, Sky Sports 2 / 4.05pm EDT, CBS
Comms: Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots
Ref: Jerome Boger
Pittsburgh Steelers v Kansas City Chiefs
1.30am BST, Sky Sports 2 / 8.30pm EDT, NBC
Comms: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya
Ref: Ron Torbert
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