Panthers at Vikings: Prediction, best bets and what to expect

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FOX. 1 PM ET. 4-7. 87. Sunday, Nov 29. 4-6. 60. Vikings -3.5

How will the Carolina Panthers get on at the Minnesota Vikings in Week 12?

The Carolina Panthers will look to build on their outstanding victory over the Detroit Lions when they travel to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 12. Confidence is sure to be high within a young roster who seemed to put everything together for the first time across all areas on their way to a shutout victory last time out. So they might just see this as a big opportunity to head into their bye week on a high.

Getting a result at U.S. Bank Stadium isn’t as daunting as it once was. The Vikings are suffering more than most with a lack of fans in the stands due to COVID-19 and Mike Zimmer’s men are going through complications of their own after losing some key personnel this offseason.

Things need to go right for the Panthers, who will be without the services of star running back Christian McCaffrey once again but should have signal-caller Teddy Bridgewater back in the saddle against his former team.

Providing they hit the ground running and generate some early momentum, there is nothing to suggest they cannot be more than competitive in pursuit of their fifth win of the campaign.

Let’s take a look at what we can expect from the contest, how to watch, best bets, and a score prediction from what is sure to be an intriguing matchup.

Carolina Panthers at Vikings: How to watch

Anyone wishing to watch the game at U.S. Bank Stadium can do so on fuboTV’s streaming service, which can be accessed at this link.

The matchup is also being shown on FOX, with highlights as they happen on NFL Red Zone.