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Oakland Raiders in talks to play at Oracle Park in 2019 – report

The long-running saga of where the Oakland Raiders will spend the 2019 NFL season appears to be at an end.

According to multiple reports on Sunday evening, the Las Vegas-bound Raiders are poised to play at San Francisco Giants’ Oracle Park.

Nothing has been finalised as yet: the NFL must approve the deal and the 49ers would have to waive their territorial rights in San Francisco.

The Raiders need a home for seven regular-season games, with an additional ‘home’ game in London.

Raiders owner Mark Davis told ESPN: “When we’re ready to make the announcement, we will.”

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