The San Francisco 49ers are back in the NFC Championship game for the second straight year, but they'll be underdogs on the road against the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Eagles are the top seed in the NFC after putting up the best regular-season record in the NFL (14-3, tied with the AFC's Kansas City Chiefs) and they'll host the Niners on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field. Just one win away from an appearance in the Super Bowl, Philadelphia will relish their home-field advantage over the 49ers, but the visitors aren't putting too much stock having to play a high-stakes game in hostile territory.
"We feel good about it, a lot of guys on the team to be honest like getting on the road as it takes away a lot of the distractions," 49ers defensive end Kerry Hyder Jr. told Mirror Sport. "Takes away and let's us focus on ball, and a big game like this it really helps to try and take away as many distractions as you can."
The last time San Francisco travelled to Philadelphia was Week 2 of the 2021 season, in which the 49ers were victorious over Jalen Hurts and the Eagles. Hurts has been red-hot this season and will be a focal point for the Niners' defence.
"You've got to account for him, he's their quarterback he get's their team going and their MVP so, as a group we have to try and stop him," Hyder said. "He's had a great year but we have too, so we're excited for the challenge."
Here is everything you need to know about how to watch the 49ers vs. Eagles in Canada.
What time is the 49ers vs. Eagles game?
Date: Sunday, Jan. 29
Kickoff time: 3:00 p.m. ET
The 49ers lead the all-time series, 20-14-1.
How to watch 49ers vs. Eagles: TV, live stream in Canada
Live stream: DAZN
Like every NFL game during the 2022 season, 49ers vs. Eagles is available on DAZN Canada.
DAZN Canada is the only place to watch NFL Game Pass, with access to every regular-season NFL game (including Monday, Thursday, and Sunday afternoon via NFL Sunday Ticket and Sunday night games) and every playoff matchup. Each game is available live and on demand.
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