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Watch: 3News' Ben Axelrod and Nick Camino preview Browns-Steelers Wild Card Game

The Cleveland Browns will face the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC wild card round on Sunday night.

CLEVELAND — On Sunday night, the Cleveland Browns will play in a playoff game for the first time since 2003.

RELATED: More Cleveland Browns coverage from WKYC

And 3News' Ben Axelrod and Nick Camino have you covered on everything you need to know before kickoff.

Prior to Sunday's wild card round matchup between the Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers, Ben and Nick will preview the contest, which will air live on WKYC Channel 3. Additionally, WKYC Channel 3, WKYC.com and the WKYC app will provide coverage before, during and after Cleveland's first postseason contest in 18 years.

What follows is everything you need heading into Sunday night's game

Game info, how to watch on TV, betting line:

Date: Sunday, Jan. 11, 2021

Time: 8:15 p.m. ET

Location: Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

TV channel: NBC (nationally), WKYC Channel 3 (locally)

Live Stream:  Peacock

Radio: ESPN 850, 92.3 The Fan, 98.5 WNCX

Betting line: Pittsburgh -5.5

Over-under point total: 48

Additional coverage from WKYC, WKYC.com and the WKYC app

7:00 p.m.: Pregame Huddle on WKYC

During the game: Game airs on WKYC Channel 3. Live coverage on WKYC.com and the WKYC app.

After the game: "What's Next" on WKYC

After the news: "Sports Tonight" on WKYC

Game preview

As the Browns take the field for what will be their first postseason game in 18 years, they'll do so not only shorthanded but without their head coach.

Due to a positive COVID-19 test, Cleveland head coach Kevin Stefanski will miss Sunday's game, as will five Browns players, including star cornerback Denzel Ward. Pittsburgh, meanwhile, should be well-rested after sitting multiple starters, including quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and star linebacker T.J. Watt, during last week's loss to the Browns.

Nevertheless, it's worth noting that the Steelers struggled through their final month of the season, losing four of their final five games. Can Cleveland overcome its COVID-19-related hurdles and beat the Steelers in their own stadium? If they can, a game against the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs awaits.