49ers vs. Vikings: Monday Night Football odds, time, location, TV and streaming info

The Niners will face Kirk Cousins in a primetime game.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy
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The 49ers visit the Vikings for Monday Night Football in Week 7, and we've got what you need to know to prep for the primetime showdown.

The San Francisco 49ers can't dwell too hard on a frustrating and disappointing Week 6 road loss to the Cleveland Browns because, a week and a day later, they'll be squaring off against the Minnesota Vikings in a primetime setting on Monday Night Football.

If the Niners need to learn from their mistakes, it's probably best to do that before appearing in front of a national audience, right?

At any rate, the 2-4 Vikings have problems of their own, including being without All-Pro wide receiver Justin Jefferson, who is on injured reserve and will miss Week 7. But, with San Francisco nursing All-Pros of their own back to health, namely offensive weapons Deebo Samuel and Christian McCaffrey, it's fair to wonder how much injuries and depth will play roles on Monday night.

What's Minnesota quarterback Kirk Cousins' record in prime time again?

When, where will 49ers play Vikings on Monday Night Football?

The 49ers and Vikings will square off on Monday, Oct. 23 at 8:15 p.m. ET from U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

49ers vs. Vikings betting odds, spread and over/under

The Niners open up as a seven-point road favorite, according to the oddsmakers over at FanDuel.

San Francisco's moneyline is -310, while Minnesota's is +250.

The over/under is currently 44.0.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

How to watch 49ers vs. Vikings on Monday Night Football (with and without cable TV)

ESPN nationally televises Monday Night Football broadcasts, and fans who have basic cable packages can also view the ESPN broadcast on ABC.

Joe Buck will handle play-by-play duties with Troy Aikman on color commentary.

For fans who want the non-traditional broadcast, the notable Manningcast with former NFL stars and quarterbacks, Peyton Manning and Eli Manning, will air on ESPN 2.

Fans can also stream the game by subscribing to fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial for first-time users, or they can go to espn.com to stream the game live there, too.

NFL+ subscribers can stream the game replay once it has concluded.

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