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Super Bowl 2019: How to watch Los Angeles Rams vs New England Patriots

Atlanta hosts the big game on Sunday with star quarterback Tom Brady featuring in a record ninth Super Bowl

Jack Rathborn
Sunday 03 February 2019 19:55
Tom Brady walks out of press conference after trump question

Tom Brady and the New England Patriots remarkably extended their dynasty by battling past the Kansas City Chiefs to reach Super Bowl 53.

It is the ninth time their star quarterback and head coach Bill Belichick have combined to lead the Pats to the biggest game in the NFL.

Their dominance has spanned two decades, but they are now up against potentially the beginning of a new dynasty: Sean McVay’s Los Angeles Rams.

The 33-year-old head coach is widely considered a genius around the league for revolutionising the style of football.

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Here’s how you can catch all the action, including the half-time show, which will feature Maroon 5, Travis Scott and Big Boi.

What channel is the game on?

UK fans can catch the game, which kicks off on Sunday at 11:30pm GMT, on BBC 1, with streaming on BBC iPlayer, the BBC Sport website and mobile app.

Alternatively you can opt for Sky Sports’ coverage, also available on the move via Sky Go.

Tom Brady celebrates after defeating the Kansas City Chiefs

What if I'm not a current subscriber?

You can watch remotely on your mobile device as a one-off by using Now TV to stream Sky Sports' coverage. Click here to sign up to a day pass.

Who's going to win this time?

New England Patriots 10/13

Los Angeles Rams: 23/20

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