The UK will get its first glimpse of a pair of high-flying teams on Monday night as the teams face off at Wembley Stadium.
The first meeting between the teams will be live on ESPN and the BBC, while the first meeting in the UK will be at 1:00 p.m.
The game will be televised live on Sky Sports, which will be streaming the game from the ground.
The game is also available on YouTube.
The games will be played on a Sunday, a day before the World Cup opener against Uruguay on Wednesday in Brazil.
It will be the first time two teams will play on Sunday for a World Cup qualifier.
“It’s a special moment for fans of both sides to watch and compete on the same day,” said Paul Connolly, vice president of international games for ESPN.
“We’re thrilled to be bringing this match to the UK.”
Both teams have been preparing for the matchup since early March.
The Bengals are looking to bounce back from a 3-1 loss at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks in Week 1 and look to make a late run at a second straight playoff berth.
The Raiders, meanwhile, are looking for their third straight win after going 1-3 last season.
The rivalry between the two teams has grown in recent years with the Raiders winning the last two meetings.
The teams will both be on the schedule for the final time on Saturday when the Bengals take on the Houston Texans in a matchup of two of the most decorated quarterbacks in the game’s history.
The Texans, currently leading the AFC South by six games over the Bengals, have not won in Cincinnati since 2003.
The Chargers, meanwhile have won three straight games against the Bengals.