The 49ers look to beat the Packers in the postseason for a fifth consecutive time in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs.
One of the worries the San Francisco 49ers potentially have ahead of their divisional-round playoff matchup against the visiting Green Bay Packers is the possibility of rust being a factor.
After all, following a first-round Wild Card bye from securing the top seed in the conference, the Niners haven't played in two weeks. Many of their starters, including quarterback Brock Purdy, sat out that regular-season finale against the Los Angeles Rams, meaning a full three weeks have passed for many of San Francisco's key players.
As the seventh seed in the NFC, quarterback Jordan Love and the Packers have been playing must-win football for weeks now, and that culminated in a dominant 48-32 road win over the Dallas Cowboys.
Green Bay is red-hot. The 49ers may need to warm up to the challenge, especially with rainy conditions forecasted in Northern California for the game.
Let's brief you on everything else you'll want to know.
49ers vs. Packers NFL playoff game time, location
The Niners also have home-field advantage through the NFC Championship game, meaning this NFC divisional-round contest will be played at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
Kickoff time is on Saturday, Jan. 20 at 8:15 p.m. ET
49ers injury report vs. Packers
San Francisco was notably banged up toward the end of the season, including missing defensive tackle Arik Armstead for the final five games because of foot and knee issues.
Armstead is back, however, and the 49ers' injury report for Saturday is awfully slight.
Defensive end Clelin Ferrell (knee) is ruled out, while linebacker Dre Greenlaw is questionable with an Achilles injury.
Defensive backs George Odum (biceps), Ji'Ayir Brown (knee), Tashaun Gipson (quad) and Ambry Thomas (hand) are all back and should suit up for the contest, too.
49ers vs. Packers divisional-round betting odds, spread, over/under
The 49ers opened up as 9.5-point home favorites, according to FanDuel, and that spread has stayed more or less the same up until game day.
The Niners' moneyline is -450, while Green Bay's is +350.
The over/under is 50.5, which suggests a high-scoring affair.
Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.
49ers vs. Packers TV channel and broadcast
Fox will handle the television broadcast of Saturday's NFC divisional-round game between San Francisco and Green Bay, which will broadcast nationally across the country.
Kevin Burkhardt will handle play-by-play duties, while Greg Olsen will add color commentary.
Erin Andrews and Tom Rinaldi will be on the sidelines.
49ers vs. Packers live stream
fuboTV offers a free seven-day trial for first-time users who prefer to stream Saturday's game.
Fox Sports will also stream the game from their website, and fans can also stream from the official Fox Sports app.