Week 13 Game Information, How to Watch
The Ravens lead the all-time regular-season series with the 49ers four games to two, and we won’t talk about the postseason matchup between these two squads.
The Niners did win their last bout with Baltimore, however, back in 2015 when then-head coach Jim Tomsula’s squad upended head coach John Harbaugh and Co. 25-20 at Levi’s Stadium.
However, this matchup’s context is just a wee bit different.
San Francisco 49ers
The game will air on Fox, so be sure to check your local affiliates to see what channel you’ll need to tune in. 506 Sports has an excellent map breakdown of the coverage, which includes most of California, all of the Pacific Northwest, most of the Midwest, South and large chunks of the east coast.
Kevin Burkhardt will handle play-by-play duties, while Charles Davis will provide color commentary. Pam Oliver will be on the sidelines.
NFL Game Pass provides a subscription-based option to stream the game after its conclusion. For those wanting to stream the game live, fubo.tv has another subscription-based service for fans looking to go that route.
For in-market 49ers fans, the 49ers have an app available to watch games on smart devices for free. Area restrictions do apply, however.
As always, fans can tune into the game via radio on the 49ers radio network, which includes flagship stations KNBR 680 and 107.7 The Bone, both out of San Francisco.
The map below has the rest of the Niners’ affiliates:
Greg Papa will handle play-by-play duties with Tim Ryan providing color commentary. Dennis O’Donnell will be on the sidelines.
49ers vs. Ravens: Odds and Betting Lines
The Niners enter this contest as 5.5-point underdogs, according to the Action Network, which marks the first time in a decade a 10-1 team hasn’t been favored in regular-season game.
San Francisco’s moneyline currently sits at plus-220, while Baltimore is at minus-245.
The over/under is 46.
As always, Niner Noise will have our live in-game thread, which will launch on our home page roughly an hour before kickoff. Fans can interact with our team of writers and contributors in the comments section, too.
The 49ers and Ravens kick off this Sunday, Dec. 1 at 1 p.m. ET from M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.