Super Bowl 51 – Live TV Coverage on BBC, Sky Sports

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New England Patriots take on Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl 51 this evening.

The contest takes place at the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas, where the AFC and NFC champions face each other.

New England makes its seventh Super Bowl appearance over the last 15 years and ninth overall, led by quarterback Tom Brady, who seeks his fifth Super Bowl ring.

Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan has guided the Falcons to their second Super Bowl.

BBC One’s coverage starts at 11.20pm, where Mark Chapman will be joined live in the studio by Osi Umenyiora, Jason Bell, and Mike Carlson.

Sky Sports’ coverage begins at 10.00pm, where Neil Reynolds, Jeff Reinebold and Richard Graves will be on hand to steer viewers through the showpiece event.

The event will be shown on Fox in the States from 6.30pm ET. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will call the match, while Erin Andrews and Chris Myers report from the sidelines.

Posted on Sunday 5 February 2017
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