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

Still reeling from their second straight loss, the Arizona Cardinals (1-8) will welcome the Atlanta Falcons (4-5) to State Farm Stadium on Sunday for a week 10 NFC showdown in the desert.

The Cardinals return to home comforts after an ugly 27-0 defeat on the road to the Browns last week, punctuating a 6-game losing skid that has derailed their season. The Falcons didn’t have a great time of it last Sunday either, falling to a 31-28 loss to the Vikings in what was their second straight loss, dropping them to 4-5 after an inconsistent start to the season.

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.

Cardinals vs Falcons: Date & kickoff time

DateSunday, November 12, 2023
Kickoff time4:05 p.m. ET/ 9:05 p.m. GMT (UK time)
VenueState Farm Stadium
LocationGlendale, Arizona

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

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Cardinals and Falcons rosters & injury reports

Arizona Cardinals team news

Arizona Cardinals star quarterback Kyler Murray is on course to make his 2023 debut on Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons if all goes as per plan in the build-up practise, as per head coach Jonathan Gannon. Sunday would be Murray’s first game since he tore his ACL in a December defeat to the New England Patriots.

Meanwhile, offensive lineman Trystan Colon (calf), running back Emari Demercado (toe), offensive lineman Will Hernandez (knee), offensive lineman D.J. Humphries (ankle), linebacker Cameron Thomas (illness), linebacker Ezekiel Turner (hamstring) and cornerback Marco Wilson (knee) were all not available to practice on Wednesday. Running back James Conner and wide receiver Michael Wilson were limited with knee and shoulder injury, respectively.


Marquise Brown, D.J. Humphries, Carter O'Donnell, Trystan Colon, Dennis Daley, Hjalte Froholdt, Doug Kramer Jr., Will Hernandez, Keith Ismael, Paris Johnson Jr., Kelvin Beachum, Trey McBride, Geoff Swaim, Elijah Higgins, Blake Whiteheart, Rondale Moore, Greg Dortch, Michael Wilson, Zach Pascal, Kyler Murray, Clayton Tune, Emari Demercado, Keaontay Ingram


Kevin Strong, Dante Stills, Leki Fotu, Roy Lopez, Jonathan Ledbetter, Dennis Gardeck, Victor Dimukeje, Jesse Luketa, Kyzir White, Krys Barnes, Josh Woods, Ezekiel Turner, Owen Pappoe, Zaven Collins, Cameron Thomas, BJ Ojulari, Antonio Hamilton Sr., Garrett Williams, Kei'Trel Clark, Marco Wilson, Starling Thomas V, Jalen Thompson, Andre Chachere, Qwuantrezz Knight, Budda Baker, Joey Blount

Special Teams

Matt Prater, Blake Gillikin, Aaron Brewer, Greg Dortch

Atlanta Falcons team news

The Atlanta Falcons have a lengthy injury report as they have already placed Grady Jarrett, Troy Anderson, Matt Hennessy, Parker Hesse, and Adetokunbo Ogundeji, among others, on injured reserve. Cornerback Dee Alford and Mack Hollins did not practice on Wednesday due to ankle injuries, while safety Richie Grant (neck) and wide receiver Drake London (groin) were limited.

Drake London, Scotty Miller, Van Jefferson, Kyle Pitts, Keith Smith, John FitzPatrick, Jake Matthews, Matthew Bergeron, Jovaughn Gwyn, Drew Dalman, Ryan Neuzil, Chris Lindstrom, Kyle Hinton, Kaleb McGary, Storm Norton, Jonnu Smith, MyCole Pruitt, Mack Hollins, KhaDarel Hodge, Bijan Robinson, Tyler Allgeier, Cordarrelle Patterson, Desmond Ridder, Taylor Heinicke, Logan Woodside


Arnold Ebiketie, DeAngelo Malone, Albert Huggins, LaCale London, Kentavius Street, David Onyemata, Ta'Quon Graham, Calais Campbell, Zach Harrison, Joe Gaziano, Bud Dupree, Lorenzo Carter, Nate Landman, Tae Davis, Kaden Elliss, A.J. Terrell, Mike Hughes, Dee Alford, Clark Phillips III, Richie Grant, DeMarcco Hellams, Jessie Bates III, Jeff Okudah, Tre Flowers

Special Teams

Younghoe Koo, Bradley Pinion, Liam McCullough, Dee Alford, Mike Hughes, Cordarrelle Patterson

Cardinals vs Falcons head-to-head record

DateMatch Score
1/1/23Falcons 20-19 Cardinals
14/10/19Cardinals 34-33 Falcons
16/12/18Falcons 40-14 Cardinals
27/8/17Falcons 14-24 Cardinals
27/11/16Falcons 38-19 Cardinals

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