EAGAN, Minn. — The Vikings will host the Packers at 7:20 p.m. (CT) Sunday in the 117th Border Battle.
The game is scheduled to air nationally on NBC's Sunday Night Football and mark the sixth consecutive season in which one of the games between the teams will be shown in prime time.
The Vikings (5-4-1, 1-1-1 NFC North) are ahead of the Packers (4-5-1, 1-1-1) by a game in the standings for second place in the division, but both teams are chasing Chicago (8-3, 3-1).
Minnesota would be the No. 6 seed and earn the final of two Wild Card berths in the NFC Playoffs if the postseason began this week.
This renewal of the rivalry can be a rubber match in multiple ways. It's the 57th time for the game to occur in Minnesota, and each team has claimed 28 wins in previous contests. The teams also fought to a 29-all tie in Green Bay in Week 2.
The Vikings are 3-2 at home, and the Packers are 0-5 in road games this season.
Here are the ways to watch and listen to this week's game.
NATIONAL TV BROADCAST
Kickoff: 7:20 p.m. (CT)
NBC (KARE 11 in Minneapolis/St. Paul)
Play-by-Play: Al Michaels
Analyst: Cris Collinsworth
Sideline Reporter: Michele Tafoya
KFAN 100.3-FM/KTLK-AM 1130
Play-by-play: Paul Allen
Analyst: Pete Bercich
Sideline Reporters: Greg Coleman and Ben Leber
Radio Pre-game Show: Mike Mussman | 5 p.m. (CT) on KFAN/KTLK; 6 p.m. throughout the Vikings Radio Network
KFAN and KTLK serve as the flagship stations for the five-state Vikings Radio Network.
Play-by-play: Kevin Kugler
Analyst: Jason Taylor
Sirius: 81 or Streaming 811 (GB); 83 or Streaming 819 (MIN)
XM: 226 or Streaming 811 (GB); 225 or Streaming 819 (MIN)
NFL GAME PASS
NFL Game Pass provides access to replays of every game, the NFL Films Archive and more for fans in the United States. International fans who subscribe to NFL Game Pass can watch games live. Click here for a free trial.
DIRECTV NFL SUNDAY TICKET.TV
NFL SUNDAY TICKET.TV provides live streaming service for customers who cannot get DIRECTV where they live. Eligibility is based on location, residence type or enrollment in any university in the U.S.
The service allows fans to stream all live, out-of-market NFL regular-season games every Sunday (based on customer's device location) that are broadcast on FOX and CBS. The service is available on computers, tablets, smartphones, gaming consoles or streaming devices.
Three different packages are available.