The Philadelphia Eagles travel to the other side of Pennsylvania to Pittsburgh this Sunday to face the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field in NFL Week 5 action.

Their fans can follow along and attend the game.

Eagles fans can buy tickets to the contest at StubHub and book travel to Philadelphia via Trip Advisor, Expedia or Priceline, and lodging via Hotels.com or Choice Hotels.

Heinz Field will allow 5,500 fans in the stands on Sunday. It is the first time this season the Steelers allow fans this season.

Tailgating is prohibited in stadium parking lots and spectators must wear a mask and maintain social distance inside the stadium, per the team.

Here’s what you need to know:

What: NFL, Week 5

Who: Philadelphia Eagles vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

When: Sunday, October 11, 2020

Where: Heinz Field

Time: 1 p.m. ET

Line: Steelers -7 (Get betting info at nj.com/betting)

Recap of where the Eagles stand entering Week 5, via the Associated Press:

Earning their first win of the season in October put the Philadelphia Eagles in first place in the NFC East.

They need to improve in many areas to stay there.

Despite missing six starters on offense, the Eagles (1-2-1) knocked off the also injury-depleted San Francisco 49ers 25-20 on Sunday night to move atop the division standings at the quarter-point of the season.

“I think the one thing that’s really stood out this first month is just how resilient this football team is,” Eagles coach Doug Pederson said Monday. “We have not played our best football, I don’t feel. We’ve kind of shot ourselves in the foot in the first three, four weeks here. Finally overcame some of the mistakes (Sunday) to put ourselves in a position to be in first place in the NFC East. But there’s a long road ahead. We’ve got to learn from the first four weeks, but at the same time, learn from it and carry it forward.

“We’ve just got to keep working and this is what I appreciate about our guys is they come to work every day no matter what the circumstances, no matter what the situation. They practice. It’s always been a next-man-up mentality and they go to work, and that’s what I’ve learned, and that’s what’s going to carry us these next four weeks.”

Carson Wentz shook off his league-worst seventh interception, again used his legs to make plays and led a group of reserves to a victory the team desperately needed. His perfect 42-yard touchdown pass to Travis Fulgham, fresh off the practice squad, gave the Eagles the lead for good.

Then Alex Singleton’s 30-yard interception return for a score helped seal it. The defense had its first three takeaways of the season against the 49ers.

(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)