Among Sunday's early matchups for the #NFL schedule will be a meeting between the Arizona Cardinals and Los Angeles Rams. The two teams will go head-to-head at Twickenham Stadium in Wembley, England on Sunday during the early afternoon time slot. Right now, Arizona is trying to regain their footing in the NFC after early struggles. They're hoping the addition of veteran running back #Adrian Peterson will help some. Meanwhile, the Rams are among the early NFC contenders thanks to Jared Goff and Todd Gurley. Here's the latest Cardinals vs. Rams game preview with matchup odds, start time, TV channel and how to watch the game live streaming.

NFL game preview

The Arizona Cardinals have gone 3-3 to start the season so far and come into today's game off a 38-33 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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In that victory, Carson Palmer was 18-for-22 with 283 yards, three touchdowns, and an interception. Arizona outscored the Bucs 24-0 in the first quarter and held them off in the fourth despite allowing 27 points. Adrian Peterson scored twice in the game and had 134 yards on 26 carries which could bode well for this team moving forward.

The #Los Angeles Rams are also coming into this game in England off a victory. They took down Jacksonville Jaguars 27-17 last week. Jared Goff threw for 124 yards and a touchdown while Todd Gurley had 116 yards rushing on 23 carries. Special teams were really the difference maker as they scored twice in this game, helping the Rams move to 4-2 for the season. The team has a 3-0 record when playing away from home which could help in today's matchup overseas.

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In terms of odds to win today, Odds Shark lists the Los Angeles Rams as three-point favorites on the spread. On the money line, their price ranges from -150 to -155 while the Cardinals are +130 to +147 at various sportsbooks. The over/under consensus total is 45.5 points for the game as of this report.

How to watch it live

Game time for the Arizona Cardinals vs. Los Angeles Rams are scheduled for 1 p.m. Eastern Time for United States viewers. The game will be televised in select regions on the FOX network and their affiliated stations. Live streaming is available in those select networks via the FOX Sports Go website or compatible apps.

There's also live streaming available via the NFL Sunday Ticket service through DirecTV or the Verizon NFL Mobile app for Verizon customers. In addition, NFL fans can consider signing up for an NFL Game Pass subscription plan to see out-of-market games coverage throughout the season.