Four of Wolves’ Premier League games chosen for broadcast with Man City clash remaining doubtful

Four alterations for Wolves across August and September with the potential for a fifth...

Four of Wolverhampton Wanderers’ opening Premier League games of the season have been moved for broadcast, the club have confirmed.

The fixtures that will be played across August and September have now been rearranged, however, the fourth among that bunch, against Man City, remains in doubt due to their Champions League commitments.

Sky Sports pundit and commentator Gary Neville. Credit: Naomi Baker/Getty Images

Wolves’ second away match of the campaign against Tottenham Hotspur on August 20th has been moved forward to lunchtime and will now kick-off at 12:30 to be shown live on BT Sport.

A week later and the home game against Newcastle United has been moved to Sunday 28th with kick-off scheduled for 14:00 to be part of Sky Sports’ Super Sunday.

The midweek clash with Bournemouth less than a week later has also been moved forward 24 hours and will now take place on Wednesday 31st August, being aired live on BT Sport. Kick-off in this one is scheduled for 19:30.

Wanderers’ final change among this bunch comes in the shape of current champions Manchester City.

The game which will take place at Molineux has been brought forward to lunch-time and is now scheduled to kick-off at 12:30 to be shown live on BT Sport.

It’s important to note however that the game with the Citizens may change for a second time dependent on Pep Guardiola’s side’s participation in the Champions League the preceeding Wednesday.

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