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Everything ready for the 49ers to host the Packers in the divisional round at Levi's Stadium

Everything is ready for the 49ers to host the Packers in the NFL divisional round at Levi's Stadium
This Saturday, January 20, the 49ers will host the Packers in the NFL divisional round at Levi's Stadium. Photo: 49ers.com

Levi's Stadium will vibrate this Saturday, January 20, full of fans who want to see the 49ers triumph in the divisional round where they will face the Green Bay Packers, who after their resounding victory against the Dallas Cowboys will face to one of the favorite teams to lift the Vince Lombardi next February 11 in Super Bowl LVIII.

With 12 games won and 5 lost, those led by Kyle Shanahan are already on the practice field preparing for their confrontation against the Green Bay Packers, the youngest team in the league that managed to surprise the fans by qualifying for the postseason already. without Aaron Rodgers at the controls.

With the seventh-seeded Green Bay Packers defeating the Dallas Cowboys 48-32 on Super Wild Card weekend, San Francisco will host the Packers in the Divisional Round. By securing the No. 1 seed, the national conference postseason passes through The Bay, and the 49ers are eager to battle in front of their home crowd with an explosive offense and an enviable defense.

"I am enthusiastic. Having our fans at another home playoff game, I know it's going to be great and I'm really happy it's a night game,” said 49ers star defensive lineman Nick Bossa.

The 49ers fans are a fundamental part of the team.

“I am very happy to have achieved the number 1 position, everything has to happen here. "We're about to have a big week of preparation and hopefully go ahead and get this dub... It's going to be loud, surely, there's nothing like being home," wide receiver Deebo Samuel said.

It should be noted that the 49ers' star running back, Christian McCaffrey, was training fully with the team this Tuesday after being absent last week due to calf discomfort.

Others who managed to fully train today were Ji'Ayir Brown (knee), Jon Feliciano (back), Tashaun Gipson Sr. (quadriceps), Danny Gray (shoulder), George Kittle (back) and Ambry Thomas (hand).

Additionally, Arik Armstead continues to train at least on a limited basis due to his foot and knee injuries. George Odum also had limited participation today due to his biceps injury. 

Those who did not yet train were Clelin Ferrell (knee), Dre Greenlaw (Achilles), Logan Ryan (groin) and Trent Williams, who had the day off.

This Tuesday the video Do it for The Bay was also released, in which the legendary Steve Young, former quarterback of the 49ers, participated, an early gift for The Faithful or "Los Fieles", as they affectionately call their fans in this post season.

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Pamela Cruz
Pamela Cruz
Editor-in-Chief of Peninsula 360 Press. A communicologist by profession, but a journalist and writer by conviction, with more than 10 years of media experience. Specialized in medical and scientific journalism at Harvard and winner of the International Visitors Leadership Program scholarship from the U.S. government.


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