We will also be bringing you live coverage of the Half Time Show, which is always a spectacular event. Nick Levine will be here to entertain you during the break and I'll link you through as soon as that begins.
The Ravens lost three of their last four regular season games, becoming the only team since the 2009 champions the Indianapolis Colts to reach the Super Bowl on the back of such poor end of season form.
Jim Harbaugh became the fifth coach in 43 years to lead his side to two conference championship games in his first two seasons. Of the four previous, three won a Super Bowl in one of those seasons. The odds are in his favour, then, but how much does that mean really?
Colin Kaepernick, the 49ers quarterback, is in just his second year in the league. He has also started just nine games on the run to the Super Bowl - seven before the postseason. He has thrown 1,814 yards for 10 touchdowns.
His opposite number for the Ravens Joe Flacco is in his fifth season and is a very consistent customer. He has 3,817 for the season with a 59.7% completion rate and 22 TDs. Important to Ravens's chances is his form: he has thrown eight TDs and no interceptions in the three playoff games so far. He has also outperformed Tom Brady and Peyton Manning in recent games, which is no mean feat.
Ray Rice, the Ravens running back, insisted in the build up to this one that being the underdog suits his team. He said: "Being the underdog just feels like you have something to prove. If you always put yourself at the top, the only way you can go is down." Read that report here.
While Kaepernick has been excellent with the throw since he became a regular in the 49ers lineup, they could do real damage on the ground. Their pistol formation, which sees the running back start the play directly behind his QB, has seen a lot of success and the Ravens have been notoriously weak against ground plays. They have given up 122.8 yards on average per game against the run.
Niners think they have a 20-yard play straight up but were lined up illegally so instead it's 1st & 15 from the 15. Kapaernick goes wide right to Delanie Walker, but he's out of bounds with the catch. On 3rd & 15 Frank Gore gains a few on the run but Niners must punt.
Ravens gain a yard on the rush with Flacco, in trouble on 2nd & 9, throwing out of bounds, before repeating the trick on third. However, an offside call against the 49ers means a replay of third down and a five-yard penalty. Then Flacco finds Anquan Boldin through the middle, ending the Ravens's first drive with a TD!
SACK! Gore stopped at the line of scrimmage and on second down Kaepernick's throw to the endzone is just high for Crabtree. Then he's sacked for a huge loss and the Niners have to kick! Superb from Kruger.
Ravens 7-3 49ers: Short pass from Flacco to Leach loses Ravens three yards and on second down he launches towards the endzone but Boldin cannot reach it. On third, Ray McDonald gets the sack to end the quarter.
Ravens start again on their own 25. Bernard Pierce runs for five down the left and then another four to set up 3rd & 1. Pierce once more trusted with the ball and he bundles over for the final yards required.
Rice again given the ball and he gains one wide right. Flacco plops an easy one to Boldin, but he somehow drops and it's almost intercepted. On 3rd & 9 Flacco looks for the endzone but it's out of bounds but in range for the field goal. Justin Tucker, the rookie, to kick, but they go for the run instead and Tucker is stopped just short of the line! Incredible scenes, high-risk football, but Niners ball.
Niners start on their six and Dixon is stopped at the line for no gain. Kaepernick is almost intercepted again looking for Moss, but Williams cannot quite gather. San Francisco only gain a few on third down and another drive will end quickly with a punt. They call a timeout.
Brilliant, brilliant touchdown from the Ravens! Flacco launches looong to Jones, who catches on the way down, gets no touch, gets back to his feet and runs it left for the score. That could have decided it already! The kick is good: Ravens 21-3 49ers..
Six-yard gain on the Kaepernick throw and then he picks out Walker with an arrow medium right. A penalty against the Ravens moves them up the field to a good spot for a score before half-time, which is crucial.
Gore runs for three yards before Jones gets in with the sack on Kaepernick to leave 49ers needing 13 yards on third down. The lights have gone out! Beyonce's half-time show used up all the power, there's not enough to finish the football.
It's a stroke of luck really for the 49ers. They can regroup just as the game was about to get away from them. The lights are almost all back on, I'm hearing that the sides will have a warm-up before getting back underway. Has to be said, this is a complete shambles for New Orleans.
Gore tries to smash through the middle with a run and picks up one yard for his 34th on the night. Kaepernick goes very long on second and Crabtree is inches away from reeling it in, an absolutely pinpoint throw. He goes shorter left to Randy Moss, who catches on the line for first down. Niners call a timeout.
Rice nicks three yards and Pierce goes around the houses left side but gains another four. Then Boldin shows some fantastic strength after taking the throw on the right touchline, strong-arming a couple of blocks and finishing with 30 yards.
Rice crashes through the middle but cannot quite get through the wall and stops a couple short of a TD. He's then stopped at the line from the same play, with Flacco hounded on third with a blitz, forcing him incomplete. They'll kick a field goal here, surely, for an eight lead?
Pierce runs for two yards before Boldin looks to power through after the catch and just about gets over the line by inches. However, Niners challenge the decision, which could be a big one: either it's 3rd & inches or first down with one timeout left for 49ers.
Rice runs for one and then Pierce gets another one, but third down is incomplete. However, an offside from Niners ensures the down is replayed five yards closer: 3rd & 2. That one is incomplete too. Big call now, do they go for the fourth down conversion of the field goal?
Davis is within a fingertip of reeling in a Hail Mary play. He gets both hands on and in truth probably should have held it. The next one is complete, though, to Crabtree down the middle. So far, so good.