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How to watch today's Bengals vs Texans game: Livestream, TV coverage, kickoff time & radio station

Cincinnati Bengals will be hoping to make it five wins in a row when they host Houston Texans in an intriguing NFL Week 10 matchup at Paycor Stadium.

Cincinnati are firing on all cylinders right now as they have turned a 1-3 fumbling start into a four-game winning streak and head into this matchup off the back of a 24-18 win over the Buffalo Bills in their last outing.

As for the visitors, quarterback C.J. Stroud was the star of the show in Week 9 as he put up a rookie-record 470 yards in the Texans' thrilling 39-37 comeback win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Here, GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch the match, including what TV channel to watch it on, streaming details, and more.

Bengals vs Texans: Date & kickoff time

DateSunday, November 12, 2023
Kickoff time1:00 p.m. ET/ 6:00 p.m. GMT (UK time)
VenuePaycor Stadium (also known as Paul Brown Stadium)
LocationCincinnati, Ohio

How to watch Bengals vs Texans on TV & stream live online in UK and Rest of the World

Every NFL game during the 2023 regular season and playoffs, including the Super Bowl, is available in the UK and worldwide on DAZN, excluding the United States and China. DAZN is the only place to watch NFL Game Pass International which will give you access to every regular-season NFL game and every playoff matchup.

That's 335 games per season available to watch on demand, although, in the UK, two Sunday games per week will air on DAZN on a 24-hour tape delay. The streaming service also allows you to watch a host of great programs, including Good Morning Football, NFL Red Zone, NFL Originals, Hard Knocks and much, much more.

You can get the Season Pro Pass free for seven days and watch every game. Following the trial, you have the option to subscribe annually for £150.99 in the UK, which you can pay upfront, or in four instalments. There's also an option to pay weekly. Pricing differs depending on the country.

Cincinnati Bengals team news

The Bengals have plenty of injuries to monitor as the season takes its toll at the midpoint. They could be without Tee Higgins and Ja'Marr Chase in Week 10 against the Texans if they don't recover from back and hamstring problems, respectively. Defensive end Sam Hubbard is another addition to the injury report after he roughed up his ankle against the Bills and missed Wednesday's practice.


Ja'Marr Chase, Trenton Irwin, Orlando Brown Jr., D'Ante Smith, Cordell Volson, Cody Ford, Ted Karras, Trey Hill, Alex Cappa, Max Scharping, Jonah Williams, Jackson Carman, Irv Smith Jr., Drew Sample, Mitchell Wilcox, Tanner Hudson, Tyler Boyd, Trenton Irwin, Tee Higgins, Andrei Iosivas, Joe Burrow, Jake Browning, Joe Mixon, Trayveon Williams, Chris Evans


Sam Hubbard, Cam Sample, Myles Murphy, DJ Reader, Josh Tupou, Jay Tufele, B.J. Hill, Zach Carter, Trey Hendrickson, Joseph Ossai, Logan Wilson, Markus Bailey, Joe Bachie, Germaine Pratt, Akeem Davis-Gaither, Devin Harper, Mike Hilton, Jalen Davis, Cam Taylor-Britt, DJ Ivey, Chidobe Awuzie, DJ Turner II, Nick Scott, Jordan Battle, Dax Hill, Jordan Battle

Special Teams

Brad Robbins, Evan McPherson, Cal Adomitis, Trenton Irwin, Tyler Boyd, Trayveon Williams, Chris Evans

Houston Texans team news

The Texans have reported 11 players who did not take part in Wednesday's training and 18 total DNPs or limited players. Pro Bowl left tackle Laremy Tunsil (knee) sat out for a rest day, but names like defensive end Will Anderson (knee), running back Dameon Pierce (ankle) linebacker Blake Cashman (knee), and kicker Ka'imi Fairbairn (quad) all missed the session.

On the flip side, the Texans have activated the 21-day practice window on cornerback Derek Stingley Jr., who was able to return to the practice field on Wednesday, but his status for Sunday's matchup vs. the Cincinnati Bengals remains questionable.

OffenseJalen Pitre, DeAndre Houston-Carson, Will Anderson Jr., Dylan Horton, Maliek Collins, Khalil Davis, Sheldon Rankins, Kurt Hinish, Jonathan Greenard, Jerry Hughes, Myjai Sanders, Blake Cashman, Christian Harris, Garret Wallow, Henry To'oto'o, Jake Hansen, Denzel Perryman, Neville Hewitt, Cory Littleton, Steven Nelson, Ka'dar Hollman, Jimmie Ward, Shaquill Griffin, D'Angelo Ross, Tavierre Thomas
DefenseMike Boone, John Metchie III, C.J. Stroud, Davis Mills, Case Keenum, Dameon Pierce, Devin Singletary, Dare Ogunbowale, Andrew Beck, Nico Collins, Xavier Hutchinson, Robert Woods, Noah Brown, Tank Dell, Dalton Schultz, Brevin Jordan, Eric Saubert, Laremy Tunsil, Josh Jones, Austin Deculus, Tytus Howard, Dieter Eiselen, Michael Deiter, Jimmy Morrissey, Shaq Mason, Nick Broeker, George Fant
Special TeamsKa'imi Fairbairn, Matt Ammendola, Cameron Johnston

Bengals vs Texans head-to-head record

DateMatch Score
12/27/20Texans 31-37 Bengals
9/15/17Bengals 9-13 Texans
12/25/16Texans 12-10 Bengals
11/17/15Bengals 6-10 Texans
11/23/14Texans 13-22 Bengals

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