Is Wolves vs Aston Villa on TV in the UK? How to tune into Premier League clash, kick-off time, team news

How to keep up with Sunday’s Premier League action between Wolves and Aston Villa.
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Wolves will welcome Aston Villa to Molineux this weekend for their latest Premier League challenge — the West Midlands Derby. Both sides will enter the clash in winning form, with the home side last snatching three points from Manchester City on home soil.

Wolves stunned the reigning champions after a Rúben Dias own goal and a winner from Hwang Hee-chan gave Gary O’Neil’s side just their second victory of the season. They will undoubtedly be in high spirits as they prepare to host Villa on Sunday, who stormed to a 6-1 win over Brighton last time out in the league.

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The Villans have also since been in action in the Europa Conference League — they edged a 1-0 win over Zrinjski Mostar on Thursday thanks to a stoppage time goal from John McGinn.

So as derby day looms, here’s everything you need to know ahead of the clash and how you can keep up with the action.

When is Wolves vs Aston Villa?

Wolves will lock horns with Villa on Sunday, October 8th, with kick-off scheduled for 2pm BST.

Is Wolves vs Aston Villa on TV?

Unfortunately, the Molineux clash has not been selected for television broadcasting in the UK. There are three Premier League matches kicking off at 2pm on Sunday, and Brighton vs Liverpool will take centre stage live on Sky Sports instead. Highlights will be available to watch on Match of the Day 2, both on TV and via the BBC iPlayer.

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However, the match can be listened to live on the radio via BBC Radio WM, which is available on DAB and most television packages, although local restrictions will apply.

US viewers can watch the Wolves vs Villa game live on Peacock, while Optus Sport has Australian audiences covered. Sky Sport will be showing the match live for those in New Zealand, and Fubo is the channel for fans in Canada. If you are outside of these countries, you can still access the live coverage by using a VPN, providing it is allowed under the terms and conditions set by the respective broadcaster.

Wolves vs Aston Villa team news

The latest injury updates from both clubs have cast some doubts ahead of Sunday while four players are set to miss the clash. Alex Moreno (hamstring), Emi Buendia (knee), Tyrone Mings (knee), and Jean-Ricner Bellegarde (suspended) will all miss the clash. Moussa Diaby, Boubacar Kamara, and Jacob Ramsey are all doubts for Villa.

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