The AFC East Champion New England Patriots will host the AFC South Champion Indianapolis Colts in a Divisional Playoff game this Saturday evening at Gillette Stadium.

The winner will advance to the AFC Championship. The Colts advanced to the second round of the playoffs after a come-from-behind 45-44 victory at home against the Kansas City Chiefs.

This week's game will be the fourth postseason meeting between the two teams. The Patriots are 2-1 in the postseason against the Colts. The Patriots beat Indianapolis, 24-14, in the 2003 AFC Championship Game and 20-3 in a Divisional Playoff Game in 2004 played at Gillette Stadium.

Game Date/Time

Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014 at 6:15 p.m. Arizona Time

Location

Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Mass.

BROADCAST INFORMATION 

Watch and Listen Online

CBS Sports will stream its coverage of the AFC Playoffs on CBSSports.com.

NFL Game Pass offers live online broadcasts to users outside the USA. 

NFL Game Rewind allows you to watch the game after it airs. 

Online DirecTV Sunday Ticket subscription.

National Radio

This week's game will be broadcast to a national audience by Westwood One. Ian Eagle and Trent Green will call the game. Tony Boselli will report from the sidelines. 

Radio:

A complete listing of the network's 37 stations can be found here. Play-by-play broadcaster Bob Socci will call the action along with former Patriots quarterback Scott Zolak, who will provide color analysis. 

Mobile

Verizon subscribers can watch live with the NFL Mobile App *Exclusively for Verizon Wireless customers.

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