The Carolina Panthers will visit the Green Bay Packers on Saturday night at Lambeau Field. The Packers have clinched the NFC North and are currently in the driver’s seat to lock up the No. 1 seed in the entire NFC.

Green Bay (10-3) holds the tiebreaker over New Orleans (10-3) thanks to a 37-30 victory against the Saints in Week 3. Not only will the conference’s top seed enjoy home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, but it will also be the only team to receive a first-round bye, a departure from years past.

The Panthers, meanwhile, have been all but eliminated from the playoffs. Mathematically, they’re still alive — less than a 1% chance, according to The New York Times — but would need a miracle.NFL Saturday:Are you ready for NFL’s first doubleheader of 2020?Picks:Chiefs, Saints square off in potential Super Bowl preview Here’s everything you need to know for Saturday night