The Buffalo Bills host the Kansas City Chiefs in a huge AFC Divisional play-off clash tonight, live on talkSPORT 2.
The Bills beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-17 in the Wild Card round to set up a mouthwatering encounter against the defending champions.
The Chiefs faced the Miami Dolphins last weekend and dispatched them comfortably with a 26-7 win.
However, conditions in New York are set to deteriorate in the coming days, with over four feet of snow expected to fall before this match.
This could impact how both sides prepare for a do-or-die encounter.
Buffalo Bills vs Kansas City Chiefs: talkSPORT coverage
This play-off clash is set to take place on Sunday, January 21.
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The match at the Highmark Stadium, New York will start at 11:30pm UK time.
talkSPORT 2 will have live coverage of the match.
Will Gavin will take you through the action and Nat Coombs will be your host.
talkSPORT.com will be on hand to provide all of the reaction from New York.
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Buffalo Bills vs Kansas City Chiefs: Team news
The hosts have plenty of injury concerns heading into this huge game.
They are monitoring the fitness of nine players, including Taron Johnson who has concussion.
Taylor Rapp, Gabe Davis and Rasul Dodson weren’t fit enough to play in the Wild Card game, while Christian Benford, Terrel Bernard, Baylon Spector and Sam Martin all picked up knocks against Pittsburgh.
Meanwhile, the Chiefs are continuing to monitor Travis Kelce’s neck injury.
Wanya Morris is doubtful due to concussion.
Other players will be assessed later in the week.
Buffalo Bills vs Kansas City Chiefs: What has been said?
Bills head coach Sean McDermott is determined to ensure that injuries and the weather don’t become excuses for his side.
He said: “There’s nothing we can do about it other than getting ourselves ready to go.
“Our team has fought all season long. We’re not going to stop fighting now.
“Our team’s been resilient, and our players have done a phenomenal job of stepping up when someone has gone down.
“We’ve got to make sure that we are putting all the time that we need to put it into, whether it be, treatment opportunities right now, maximising those opportunities to get ourselves as healthy as we possibly can for game time on Sunday.”