San Francisco 49ers will host Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Divisional Playoffs on January 11, Saturday. The 49ers are the #1 seed of NFC & received the first-round bye while the #6 seed Vikings won over the New Orleans Saints (#3 seed) in the wildcard round.
After 5 seasons playoffs drought since 2013 season, the 49ers made up to the divisional round this season. On the other, the Vikings lost to the Eagles in NFC Championship in the 2017 Season & missed the playoffs entry last season.
When And Where To Watch San Francisco 49ers vs Minnesota Vikings Free Stream?
|When Is Kick-Off?||January 11, Saturday|
|What Time Is Kick-Off?||4:35 PM (ET)|
|Where Is it Being Played?||Levi’s Stadium|
|NFL on NBC|
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|San Francisco 49ers||TBA|
Super Bowl Victory Record
The 49ers record 5 Super Bowl wins through 6 appearances.
On the other, the Vikings are yet to grab the glory despite 4 Super Bowl visits.
Head-To-Head (In Playoffs)
The teams faced each other 5 times in playoffs (all in Divisional Round); the 49ers record 4 wins (in 1970, 1989, 1990 & 1998) while the Vikings turned victorious in one match (in 1988).
The 49ers report a bunch of rosters in the injured reserve: Shon Coleman (T), Shawn Poindexter (WR), Tim Harris (CB), Jerick McKinnon (RB), Andrew Lauderdale (T), Trent Taylor (WR), Jalen Hurd (WR), Jason Verrett (DB), Ronald Blair (DE), Marquise Goodwin (WR), Garrett Celek (TE), Jullian Taylor (DT) and D.J. Jones (DT).
Dee Ford (DE), Mike Person (G) and Kentavius Street (DE) are questionable to play against the Vikings.
On the other side, the Vikings have opted out Mackensie Alexander (CB) from the Divisional Playoffs match. Chad Beebe (WR), Ben Gedeon (OLB), Armon Watts (DT), Brett Jones (C) and Mike Hughes (CB) are on the injured reserves. Furthermore, the team reports questionable appearances of Stefon Diggs (WR), Jayron Kearse (SAF) and Linval Joseph (DT).