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The 49ers return to Seattle looking to avenge their 29-3 defeat in Week 2 and seal a second successive Super Bowl spot.

However, this is the Seahawks’ first NFC Championship game appearance since 2005 and they will be desperate to avoid a repeat of the 49ers’ 19-17 win back in December.

Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman has revealed there is “No love lost” between his side and San Francisco and puts that down to the success of both sides.

Sherman told the Seahawks’ website: “There is no love lost; there is no love found. That’s how I’d characterize it.

“It’s going to be intense. It’s going to be physical. I don’t know if there are going to be handshakes after this one.

“I guess (the rivalry started) when both teams started to find success. I think if both teams were 4â??12, it wouldn’t be such an intense rivalry, but both teams are winning.”

However, 49ers Wideout Michael Crabtree is unaffected by the pre-match trash talk and stated that he will let his football do the talking on Monday.

Crabtree said: “If you’re playing to that level and you’re talking to the level you’re playing, it’s cool. But, if you’re just out there talking and you’re not really doing nothing on the field, then that’s where you get irritated.

“At the end of the day, it’s football… you’re gonna do your job and he better do his job.”