The 49ers are committed to winning Sunday's final regular-season game and earning a top-two seed in the postseason.
Next weekend marks the start of the NFL playoffs, but the 49ers still have some regular-season tasks to complete.
On their first visit to the Las Vegas Raiders last Sunday, the 49ers prevailed 37-34 in overtime.
By winning at Levi's Stadium, the 49ers (12-4) and their 2019 Super Bowl team can move up to this position.
the No. 6-seed New York Giants visit Philadelphia's Eagles (13-3) stadium, where they suffer their third consecutive loss (9-6-1).
The 49ers are currently playing here, so a victory guarantees them at least this position and, if they go past the wild-card round next weekend, also at home, hosting a divisional-round game.
Based on NFC play, the 49ers have an advantage over the Minnesota Vikings (12-4) in the tiebreaker (the 49ers are 9-2; the Vikings 7-4).
The outcome of the Vikings' game against the Chicago Bears (3-13) should be known by the time the 49ers play.
The 49ers would have the No. 3 seed if the Vikings defeated the Bears without Justin Fields and the Cardinals (4-12) defeated their six-game losing streak to defeat them.