Oddschecker brings you the latest NFL odds, overview and information for Superbowl 55.
Kansas City Chiefs at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Odds
AFC Champions Kansas City will take on NFC Champions Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday at 11:30pm GMT, running until around 3am, and it promises to be the most interesting tie in some time.
Tampa will be the first team to ever to play a Super Bowl with home field advantage - with 22,000 fans in the stadium. Among those, there will be 7,500 vaccinated health care workers who have been given free tickets to watch the event.
Tom Brady will be playing in his 10th Super Bowl final and having previously won six of them with the New England Patriots, he’ll be looking to help the Bucs to their first Vince Lombardi Trophy since 2003.
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Andy Reid’s Chiefs have been here before, having won last year’s Super Bowl, and remain on course to become the first side to win back-to-back Super Bowl’s since Brady’s Patriots in 2004 and 2005.
With Andy Reid will be relying on quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who performed on the biggest stage last year having pulled off a Brady-esque fourth quarter comeback against the San Francisco 49ers.
The defending champions Kansas City Chief are the favourites in Sunday contest, with the bookies making them odds-on favourites to beat the Buccaneers, and can be backed at 8/13.
If you fancy Brady to do it again with the Bucs, you can back them at 19/12.
Where to watch the Super Bowl 2021 in the UK
There are two places you can watch the Super Bowl on Sunday night: the first being Sky Sports with Neil Reynolds, and the second will be on BBC One with Osi Unenyiora and Jason Bell covering the big game.
Who will be performing the Super Bowl halftime show?
The Weeknd will be performing the halftime show which, like most concerts during these times, will have to follow strict Covid Protocols.
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