LA Rams v Cincinnati Bengals in London – Live NFL on BBC Two, Sky Sports TV

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The BBC and Sky Sports will broadcast live coverage of the NFL International game between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals this afternoon.

The match from the eighth round of fixtures takes place at Wembley Stadium.

The Rams – led by quarterback Jared Goff – were the NFC’s representative in the Super Bowl last season, but lost the showpiece game to Tom Brady’s New England Patriots.

The Bengals haven’t made it to the play-offs since 2015, and this season looks set to be another disappointing one, with the team losing their opening seven matches.

Sky Sports’ coverage gets underway at 4.00pm, while Nat Coombs is joined by Osi Umenyiora, Jason Bell and Mike Carlson on BBC Two from 4.30pm. Coverage continues on BBC Four from 7pm.

Kick-off 5.00pm

Week Eight TV Schedule

Sunday 27th October 2019

Bengals @ Rams – Sky Sports Action / BBC Two – 5.00pm

Panthers @ 49ers – Sky Sports Action – 8.05pm

Packers @ Chiefs – Sky Sports Action – 12.20am

Monday 28th October 2019

Dolphins @ Steelers – Sky Sports Action – 12.15am

Posted on Sunday 27 October 2019
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