NFL 2021 – Week 4 – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports, Channel 5

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The Cincinnati Bengals host Jacksonville Jaguars this evening as week 4 of the NFL season gets underway.

Sky Sports will broadcast a total of five matches this week including the Monday Night Football, which will also air on Channel 5.

The Brown travel to Viking from 6.00pm in the first of Sunday’s two games. The Rams host Cardinals from 9.05pm.

NBC’s Sunday Night Football sees Buccaneers at Patriots from 1.20am, while Chargers host Raiders on the Monday Night Football from 1.15am.

NFL Week 4 – TV Schedule

Thursday 30th September

Jaguars @ Bengals
Sky Sports, 1.20am
NFL Network, 8.20pm ET
Comms: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Ref: Brad Allen

Sunday 3rd October

Browns @ Vikings
Sky Sports, 6.00pm
CBS, 1.00pm ET
Comms: Kevin Harlan, Trent Green
Ref: Tony Corrente

Cardinals @ Rams
Sky Sports, 9.05pm
Fox, 4.05pm ET
Comms: Chris Myers, Daryl Johnston
Ref: Shawn Hochuli

Buccaneers @ Patriots
Sky Sports, 1.20am
NBC, 8.20pm ET
Comms: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth
Ref: Bill Vinovich

Monday 4th October

Raiders @ Chargers
Sky Sports, 1.15am
Channel 5, 1.00am
ESPN, 8.15pm ET
Comms: Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Louis Riddick
Ref: John Hussey

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