Week five of the 2016 National Football League season gets underway this evening with the Thursday Night Football at Levi’s Stadium.
This NFC West clash sees the San Francisco 49ers host Arizona Cardinals and is the first of five matches to be shown on Sky Sports this week.
Arizona has won three of the last four meetings with the 49ers, including a 19-13 victory at Levi’s Stadium last season, when quarterback Carson Palmer ran eight yards for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter to lead the victorious Cardinals.
Coverage starts at 1am BST on Sky Sports 1 / 8.30pm EDT on CBS, NFL Network. The match will also be streamed live on Twitter.
On Sunday, the Minnesota Vikings host Houston Texans at 6pm on Sky Sports 2, then at 9.05pm, the Denver Broncos host Atlanta Falcons at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
The New York Giants travel to Lambeau Field to face the Green Bay Packers on the Sunday Night Football (1.30am)
The final game of the week comes on the Monday Night Football where Carolina Panthers host Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a NFC South clash (1.15am).
Thursday 6th October
San Francisco 49ers v Arizona Cardinals
1.30am BST, Sky Sports 1 / 8.30pm EDT, CBS, NFL Network, Twitter
Comms: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson
Ref: Carl Cheffers
Sunday 9th October
Minnesota Vikings v Houston Texans
6.00pm BST, Sky Sports 2 / 1.00pm EDT, CBS
Comms: Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots
Ref: Jeff Triplette
Denver Broncos v Atlanta Falcons
9.05pm BST, Sky Sports 2 / 4.05pm EDT, Fox
Comms: Chris Myers, John Lynch, Pam Oliver
Ref: Terry McAulay
Green Bay Packers v New York Giant
1.30am BST, Sky Sports 2 / 8.30pm EDT, NBC
Comms: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya
Ref: Ed Hochuli
Monday 10th October
Carolina Panthers v Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1.30am BST, Sky Sports 1 / 8.30pm EDT, ESPN
Comms: Sean McDonough, Jon Gruden, Lisa Salters
Ref: Clete Blakeman
Highlights of the Thursday Night Football will be shown on The NFL Show, BBC One, Saturday at 12.50am, while highlights of the rest of week five will be shown on NFL This Week, which is on BBC Two at 11.15pm on Tuesday night!
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