NFL 2015: Arizona Cardinals vs San Francisco 49ers live streaming info and preview

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Sep 20, 2015; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; San Francisco 49ers running back Carlos Hyde (28) carries the ball past Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker Jarvis Jones (95) during the first quarter at Heinz Field. Reuters/Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

The San Francisco 49ers will look to get back on track when they visit the Arizona Cardinals on Monday at University of Phoenix Stadium. The 49ers, who suffered a crushing defeat against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the club’s second game of the NFL season, will face an undefeated Cardinals, who are looking to extend their winning streak to 3-0 as they open their NFC West schedule on home soil.  

The 49ers are hoping to bounce back from their 43-18 loss against Pittsburgh last week, with key players returning from injuries. Second-year running back Carlos Hyde, who left Sunday’s game with leg and head injuries, is expected to return to the 49ers’ 46-man lineup.

According to the 49ers injury report , Hyde was a full participant on Wednesday’s practice. Hyde proved during his Week 1 performance against the Minnesota Vikings that he could be the club’s most talented offensive player, and could give San Francisco a much-needed boost at back against the Cardinals.

Veteran running back and punt returner Reggie Bush is also expected to return from a calf strain that kept him out against the Steelers. However, with Bush and Hyde ready to return in action for San Francisco, Australian NFL sensation Jarryd Hayne would likely be excluded in the club’s active roster.

The 49ers’ lopsided loss against the Steelers was too early to account for a bad season ahead. Coach Jim Tomsula, who took his first loss as a head coach, admitted the team struggled on the defensive end in their defeat, but insisted the 49ers should focus and move on with 14 weeks left in the season.

“It's a 16-week season and we don't need to get on a rollercoaster,” Tomsula said, reports Yahoo Sports . “Keep your head focused, lock your jaw and let's get to work.”

Meanwhile, the Cardinals will look to live up the hype surrounding them as they try to make it three in a row. However, coach Bruce Arians wants his team to get things in perspective despite a strong start in the season.

“You never want to play catch-up in this league,” Arians told ESPN . “Hopefully we can build on what we did last year and learn from what we did last year and then continue it and finish it.”

Arizona demolished the Chicago Bears 48-23 in Week 2 led by Carson Palmer, who posted four touchdown passes. Monday’s game will be an important intra-divisional matchup as both teams look to keep ahead of the 0-2 Seattle Seahawks.

Catch the Week 2 of the 2015 NFL season via live streaming at NFL’s official website .

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