NFL playoffs: Conference Championship games on Sky Sports
Watch both games on Sky Sports Action (407) as coverage begins at 7pm on Sunday; Titans at Chiefs kicks off at 8.05pm while Packers at 49ers is at 11.40pm
By Sky Sports NFL
Last Updated: 13/01/20 3:18pm
The Super Bowl LIV participants will be decided this weekend!
In the Divisional Round, three of the four home games came out on top, which the lone exception being Tennessee's stunning road win in Baltimore.
- 49ers knock out Vikings with dominant win
- Henry runs riot as Titans stun Ravens
- Chiefs score 51 in comeback win over Texans
- Packers hold off Seattle fightback
This week, the Conference Championship games will give us the two teams heading to the Super Bowl in Miami in the NFL's 100th season...
Conference Championship games
Both games will take place on Sunday and you can join us from 7pm on Sky Sports Action for all the build-up.
First up, at 8.05pm, No 2 AFC Seed Kansas City Chiefs (13-4) will host their second straight AFC Championship game as they welcome the surprise No 6 Tennessee Titans (11-7).
In knocking out the No 3 Patriots and No 1 Ravens in back-to-back road wins, Mike Vrabel's Titans have looked like a well-rounded team capable of winning a championship, and they head back to Arrowhead Stadium, where they out-lasted the Chiefs 35-32 in Week 10 on Patrick Mahomes' comeback from a dislocated kneecap.
Kansas City will be hugely confident coming off an outrageous comeback against the Texans, having scored 41 straight points to fight back from a 24-point deficit. Will they reach their first Super Bowl since winning it in 1969?
At 11.40pm, it's another rematch - this time between the No 1 NFC Seed San Francisco 49ers (14-3) and the No 2 Green Bay Packers (14-3).
When these two teams met in Week 12, the Niners were dominant on both sides of the ball, obliterating the Packers on the way to a 37-8 victory. However, since then, the Packers have not lost and have only allowed an average of 15.7 points per game.
Aaron Rodgers is the only quarterback remaining to have reached a Super Bowl before - his Packers hoisted the Lombardi Trophy in 2011. Will his experience pay off or will Kyle Shanahan's side shut him down again?
Get ready for our final double-header of the NFL season!
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