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Gameday: Arizona Cardinals at San Francisco 49ers

Dec 30, 2012 at 12:06 AM


The San Francisco 49ers return to Candlestick Park to host the Arizona Cardinals in the 2012 regular season finale. Earlier this season, the 49ers defeated the Cardinals, 24-3, on Monday Night Football. San Francisco holds a 25-17 edge in the all-time series, including a 14-8 advantage at home.

San Francisco has already clinched a berth in the postseason and with a win this weekend, will win their 19th NFC West Division Championship in franchise history.

Last week, the 49ers fell to the Seattle Seahawks, 42-13. Linebacker Patrick Willis notched his 2nd interception of the season and rookie running back LaMichael James tallied 201 total yards (172 kickoff returns yards, 15 rushing yards, 14 receiving yards).

San Francisco (10-4-1) looks to remain undefeated following a loss under head coach Jim Harbaugh. The 49ers are one of three teams (Green Bay and Atlanta) not to lose consecutive games since 2011.

The Cardinals (5-10) are coming off of a 28-13 loss to the Chicago Bears.

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The game kicks off at 1:25 PM PT and, as usual, you can visit 49erswebzone.com for the latest news and updates during and after the game.

The game will be televised on FOX. The radio broadcast of the game will be on KGO 810 AM and The Bone 107.7 FM.

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