Los angeles chargers vs Kansas city chiefs live stream

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Kansas City Chiefs (home) vs. Los Angeles Chargers (away)

Current records: Kansas City 11-2; L.A. Chargers 10-3

What to Know

The Chargers will square off against Kansas City at 8:20 p.m. ET on Thursday night. The teams both come into the game bolstered by wins in their previous games.

The Chargers are expected to lose by 3.5. The odds have been favorable for them against the spread on the road this season, even if it’s been tough sledding overall. They are 5-1 ATS in away games but only 7-6 all in all.

The Chargers might be getting used to good results now that the team has three wins in a row. They managed a somewhat close 26-21 win over Cincinnati. The Chargers can attribute much of their success to Austin Ekeler, who rushed for 66 yards and 1 touchdown on 15 carries.

Meanwhile, it may have taken overtime to finish the job, but Kansas City ultimately got the result it was hoping for on Sunday. They came out on top in a nail-biter against Baltimore, sneaking past 27-24. The success made it back-to-back wins for Kansas City.

The last time the two teams met, the Chargers came up short against Kansas City, falling 28-38. Can the Chargers avenge their loss, or is history doomed to repeat itself ? We’ll soon find out.

Brazil vs. Argentina: Live Stream

Here’s how to watch the match:

Time: 2 p.m. ET

TV: beIN Sports, beIN Sports Espanol

Live Stream: Watch live on fuboTV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial.

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Brazil will face off against rival Argentina on Tuesday in a friendly in Saudi Arabia.

Since their respective disappointing World Cup exists, both teams have recorded friendly wins. Brazil defeated the USA 2-0 in early September before beating El Salvador, 5-0, and, most recently, Saudi Arabia, 2-0.

Argentina comes into the matchup having defeated Guatemala, 3-0, and Iraq, 4-0, to sandwich a 0-0 draw against Colombia under interim manager Lionel Scaloni. Argentina will still be without Lionel Messi, who has taken a break from international play following the team’s World Cup exit.