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How to watch today’s Lions vs. Buccaneers NFL divisional playoff game: Livestream, TV coverage, kickoff time & rosters | Goal.com UK

Everything you need to know on how to watch the NFL game between Detroit Lions and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, as well as kick-off time and team news.

The NFL playoffs are in full swing, and one of the biggest remaining playoff matchups is the NFC Divisional Round game between the Detroit Lions (13-5) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (10-8) at Ford Field on Sunday afternoon.

NFL Wild Card Weekend was a thrilling affair, with some amazing games and some upsets. One of those surprises was the Baker Mayfield and the Bucs masterclass in the 32-9 victory over the reigning NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles in the wildcard round’s final game Monday night, where the quarterback looked phenomenal.

The Bucs have a great side and are clicking into top gear just at the right moment. They’ll be a great matchup for this talented Detroit Lions side, who was barely able to edge out the Rams 24-23 at home. It was Detroit’s first playoff victory in 32 years. Who will punch their ticket to this season’s NFC Championship Game?

Here, GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch the match, including what TV channel to watch it on, streaming details, and more.

Lions vs Buccaneers: Date & kickoff time

How to watch Lions vs Buccaneers on TV & stream live online

The Detroit Lions vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports NFL in the United Kingdom. To watch, a Sky Stream subscription will cost you £26/month for 18 months. Alternatively, you can choose a 31-day rolling subscription for £29 per month, giving you the flexibility to cancel at one month’s notice.

Lions vs Buccaneers rosters & injury reports

Detroit Lions team news

The Detroit Lions’ final injury report for their Divisional Round clash against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is pretty light.

The Lions only ruled out one player due to injury, with WR and primary return specialist Kalif Raymond set to miss his second consecutive game with a knee injury.

TE Sam LaPorta (knee) and ER James Houston (ankle) are each listed as questionable. LaPorta was limited in the final two days of practice, while Houston, who was activated off the injured reserve on Thursday, is still dealing with the ankle injury he suffered in Week 2.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers team news

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be travelling to Motown to face the Detroit Lions in the second round of the NFC playoffs at near-full strength. The Bucs have three questionable players in ER Shaquil Barrett (ankle), RB Chase Edmonds (toe), and QB John Wolford (illness). The former two were limited participants in practice on Friday, and are both expected to suit up sooner rather than later.

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