Jacksonville Jaguars will take on the Los Angeles Chargers in the National Football League (NFL) Super Wild Card round game on Saturday night at the TIAA Bank Field, the home ground of the Jaguars. With the regular season of the NFL concluding with week 18 last Sunday, the teams are now battling it out for a potential Pro Bowl date as wild card entrants. The winner of the Chargers vs Jaguars game will meet the top-seed Kansas City Chief. 

Since the match is being played at the TIAA Bank Field, the Jags will come in with some obvious home advantage. They have won four straight home games despite trailing by at least nine points in them. As a result, the odds will be in their favor on Saturday.

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Jacksonville Jaguars vs Los Angeles Chargers: Head-to-head stats

* Jaguars and Chargers have met each other in the NFL a total of 13 times so far

* The Jaguars have managed to win four times while the Chargers have got the better of them nine times

* A total of 29 touchdowns have been scored by both sides in the previous meetings between them

* Majority of the touchdowns between them were scored in the 4th down at 44%, while 40% were scored in 3rd down

* Going by their previous records, the Los Angeles Chargers are the favorites to win the game

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Jacksonville Jaguars vs Los Angeles Chargers: Injury news

The Los Angeles Chargers have the following players injured:

OLB Joey Bosa (Groin), CB Bryce Callahan (Groin), FB Zander Horvath (Ankle), S Raheen Layne (Thumb), LB Kenneth Murra Jr. (Neck), LB Amen Ogbongbemiga (Biceps), T Trey Pipkins III (Knee), WR Mike Williams (Back).

Except for WR Mike Williams who is still questionable, the rest of the players will be out for the game.

The Jacksonville Jaguars have the following players injured: 

WR Jamal Agnew (Shoulder), QB Trevor Lawrence (Toe), LS Ross Matiscik (Back), K Riley Patterson (Right knee), WR Kendrick Pryor (Shoulder), OL Brandon Scherff (Abdomen). 

While Riley Peterson is fully out, the rest are questionable.

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Jaguars vs Chargers: When and where to watch

Date of the match: Saturday, January 14

Kick-off time: 8:15 pm ET

TV: NBC, and for Stream: FuboTV