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Can Carson Wentz and the Eagles rally to get their first win of the 2020 season in Week 4? They face a banged up 49ers squad.

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Carson Wentz of the Philadelphia Eagles passes the ball against the Cincinnati Bengals at Lincoln Financial Field on September 27, 2020 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images

The Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49ers are set to face off in a primetime Sunday Night Football matchup in Week 4. The game will kick off at 8:20 p.m. ET and will air on NBC.

The Eagles are 0-2-1 and hope to bounce back from an ugly Week 3 tie against the Cincinnati Bengals. DeSean Jackson and Miles Sanders are dealing with injuries while Dallas Goedert and Jalen Reagor are on the IR. Alshon Jeffery could be close to making his 2020 debut, and he could give Philadelphia an important boost on offense.

The 49ers are 2-1 but might be more banged up than the Eagles. They’ll start backup quarterback Nick Mullens while Jimmy Garoppolo is on the mend, and all three of their top running backs are dealing with injuries. San Francisco’s thin pass catching corps will benefit from the return of George Kittle, who has been sidelined with a knee injury. Missing Richard Sherman, Nick Bosa, and Solomon Thomas could make things tough on the defense though.

If you can’t watch this game on TV, you have the option to stream the matchup on NBC Sports Live. If you don’t have cable, you can get a free trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream Sunday Night Football this week.

The game is often a little bit delayed on live streams, but usually it’s only between 30 and 60 seconds behind the TV broadcast. That can impact you if you’re on Twitter during the game, but otherwise it’s an easy option.

San Francisco is a 7-point favorite, but could be extremely limited if Jerick McKinnon is ruled out alongside Tevin Coleman and Raheem Mostert. The Eagles have a stout defensive line that won’t be overcome by Jeff Wilson Jr. alone. If the Eagles’ wide receivers show up, they have a real shot at getting an upset. Philadelphia’s moneyline odds clock in at +265 while San Francisco sits at -315.