Tennessee Titans vs New England Patriots: NFL playoffs live stream and TV channel info, start time, inactives and odds

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REIGNING champions New England begin their play-off campaign looking to reach the Super Bowl once again.

The five-time winners face the No 5 seed Tennessee Titans at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro.

 Tennessee Titans beat Kansas City Chiefs last weekend in the Wild Card RoundUSA TODAY Sports Tennessee Titans beat Kansas City Chiefs last weekend in the Wild Card Round

Here is all you need to know about the NFL Divisional Round clash.

What time is kick-off?

The game kicks off at 1.15am UK time in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Boston is five hours behind British time, meaning an 8.15pm start for the locals under the lights.

You can watch the NFL playoffs on Now TV with prices starting at £6.99 for a Sports Pass. Or you can catch all the action on NFL Gamepass.

What TV channel is it on?

Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Action will both broadcast the game LIVE on Saturday night.

Coverage begins straight after the Atlanta vs Philadelphia clash on the same channels with kick off in the small hours.

Sky customers can stream all the action on Sky Go, or non-subscribers can buy a Now TV pass for the day.

NFL Game Pass, the league's streaming service, is also showing the play-offs this season on a number of devices.

 Tom Brady and his New England Patriots are No 1 seeds in the AFC yet againUSA TODAY Sports Tom Brady and his New England Patriots are No 1 seeds in the AFC yet again

HOW TO WATCH THE PLAY-OFFS

You can watch the NFL playoffs on Sky this year as they’ll be broadcasting all the games live. You can become a subscriber here.

If you don’t want to sign up for Sky, you can watch the playoffs on NowTV with their Sky Sports pass starting from £6.99.

You can also sign up for NFL Game Pass’ playoff subscription which will let you watch all the games, including the Super Bowl, live and on demand

What are the other Divisional Round games?

New England's clash with Tennessee follows on from Atlanta Falcons against Philadelphia Eagles, which kicked off at 9.35pm.

Jacksonville Jaguars travel to the Pittsburgh Steelers from 6.05pm on Sunday, and the weekend concludes with the Minnesota Vikings against the New Orleans Saints at 9.40pm.

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What are the latest odds?

Our friends at SunBets have the New England Patriots as odds-on 1/10 favourites for the victory to march into another AFC Championship Game.

Tennessee are available at 6/1 to pull off an upset against the reigning NFL champions.

(Odds correct at time of writing)

 Derrick Henry breaks free on his way to scoring a Tennessee touchdownUSA TODAY Sports Derrick Henry breaks free on his way to scoring a Tennessee touchdown

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