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Super Bowl LIV: Where to Watch, Betting Lines and More

Super Bowl LIV

With championship Sunday at an end, after 20 weeks of NFL action, we finally know who will be playing in Super Bowl LIV.

The San Francisco 49ers, who missed the playoffs in 2018 season, will be representing the NFC. The AFC will be represented by the Kansas City Chiefs, who were an overtime away from the Super Bowl last year.

TGH gives you all the preliminary information you need to prepare for the big game. Keep in mind, betting lines and injuries are subject to change.

Super Bowl LIV

San Francisco 49ers (13-3) vs. Kansas City Chiefs (12-4)

When/Where to watch:

Sunday, February 2 – 6:30pm (ET) – FOX – Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, FL

Vegas Line:

KC -1.5, O/U 52.5, SF +100/KC -120

2018 vs. 2019:

2018 San Francisco 49ers – 4-12 (3rd in NFC West, missed playoffs)

2019 San Francisco 49ers – 13-3 (1st in NFC West, #1 seed in NFC)

2018 Kansas City Chiefs – 12-4 (1st in AFC West, #1 seed in AFC)

2019 Kansas City Chiefs – 12-4 (1st in AFC West, #2 seed in AFC)

49ers injury report

Injured Reserve/Unavailable:

Shon Coleman (T)

Shawn Poindexter (WR)

Tim Harris (CB)

Jerrick McKinnon (RB)

Andrew Lauderdale (T)

Trent Taylor (WR)

Jalen Hurd (WR)

Jason Verrett (DB)

Ronald Blair (DE)

Damontre Moore (DE)

Marquise Goodwin (WR)

Weston Richburg (C)

Garrett Celek (TE)

D.J. Jones (DT)

Julian Taylor (DT)

Kentavius Street (DE)

Questionable for Super Bowl LIV:

J.P. Flynn (G)

Nick Williams (WR)

Tevin Coleman (RB)

Jaquiski Tartt (SS)

Chiefs injury report

Injured Reserve/Unavailable:

Keith Reaser (CB)

David Wells (TE)

Marcus Kemp (WR)

John Lovett (FB)

Breeland Speaks (OLB)

Felton Davis (WR)

Michael Hunter (CB)

Greg Senat (T)

Martinas Rankin (G)

Emmanuel Ogbah (DE)

Darrel Williams (RB)

Alex Okafor (DE)

Spencer Ware (RB)

Juan Thornhill (FS)

Questionable for Super Bowl LIV:

Matt Moore (QB)

LeSean McCoy (RB)


The restaurant chain Buffalo Wild Wings has announced a promotion to give away free food if the Super Bowl goes into overtime. According to BetMGM, the game has a 10% chance of reaching overtime. More details can be found in the link below, via Buffalo Wild Wings’ Twitter account.

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