49ers game Sunday: 49ers vs. Raiders prediction, odds, spread, line, over/under & betting Info for NFL preseason Week 3 game

Head coach Kyle Shanahan of the San Francisco 49ers with Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden (Photo by Daniel Shirey/Getty Images)
Head coach Kyle Shanahan of the San Francisco 49ers with Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden (Photo by Daniel Shirey/Getty Images) /

The 49ers wrap up their 2021 preseason against the Raiders, and here are all your betting odds, lines and information ahead of Sunday’s game.

The San Francisco 49ers are going to treat Week 3 of the preseason this year as their regular-season tune-up, which just so happens to be a bout against their former regional rivals, the Las Vegas Raiders.

After resting a good chunk of his offensive and defensive starters in the first two exhibition games of 2021, head coach Kyle Shanahan will likely give the bulk of his first-team units a good deal of playing time when Las Vegas comes to town on Sunday.

Once that game is over, Shanahan and the rest of the league face the arduous task of trimming the roster down to 53 players and a 16-man practice squad.

49ers vs. Raiders odds preseason Week 3

According to WynnBET, the Niners are 3.5-point favorites in the final preseason bout before the regular season commences. To cover the spread, the Raiders would have to either win the game or lose by three points or less.

For the moneyline, San Francisco is at minus-190, meaning you’d have to bet $190 to earn an extra $100, while Las Vegas’ moneyline is plus-160, betting $100 for an additional $160.

WynnBET currently has the over/under for this contest at 35.5.

On one hand, the 49ers have scored a combined 31 points over their last two preseason games, but there could be an uptick in scoring against the Raiders, particularly with Shanahan’s starting offense seeing more of the field.

49ers injury report vs. Raiders preseason Week 3

Again, preseason injury reports are always difficult to assess, as teams don’t officially have to release them until regular-season games.

Defensive backs Tarvarius Moore (Achilles) and Jaquiski Tartt (toe) are still shelved on the physically unable-to-perform list, and so is running back Jeff Wilson Jr. (knee). Safety Tony Jefferson reverted to the reserve/injured list with a groin/hamstring injury, and he’s joined by offensive lineman Justin Skule (knee).

The Niners lost a former Raiders defensive lineman, Maurice Hurst, to an ankle injury during their last preseason bout against the Los Angeles Chargers, while newly added linebacker Mychal Kendricks also came out with an injury after just one play in the game and just landed on IR.

49ers vs. Raiders prediction for preseason Week 3

Predicting scores is always so fun, but given the nature of exhibition bouts, it’s almost entirely a crapshoot.

Nevertheless, the Raiders depth hasn’t looked overly impressive in two preseason games, so let’s assume San Francisco is able to pile it on in the second half, especially if Shanahan continues to let rookie quarterback Trey Lance absorb much-needed snaps.

The end result? 49ers win 24-13.

Make your 49ers-Raiders pick now here

49ers next game & schedule

After the Niners wrap up their 2021 preseason campaign and trim rosters to 53 players, they’ll have two weeks before taking to the road for a two-game road trip:

  • Sunday, Sept. 12 at Detroit Lions — 1 p.m. ET
  • Sunday, Sept. 19 at Philadelphia Eagles — 1 p.m. ET

San Francisco then returns home for a Sunday Night Football matchup in Week 3 against the visiting Green Bay Packers.

What TV channel is the 49ers game on for preseason Week 3?

KPIX 5 in the Bay Area will broadcast the 49ers’ exhibition finale, and this game will also be available on NFL Network with the opening kickoff at 7 p.m. ET.

49ers vs. Raiders live stream

For those fans unable to tune into the television broadcast or wish to simply stream the game via a smart device, there are a few available options to you.

The Niners have an app available for in-market fans, and other in-market fans can watch the game on 49ers.com.

There’s also fuboTV’s streaming service, which offers a free seven-day trial for first-time users, and this might be a quality answer for out-of-market fans who can’t access the app or team’s home page.

San Francisco and Las Vegas kick off on Sunday, Aug. 29 at 7 p.m. ET from Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

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