What channel is Wolves vs Brighton on? Kick-off time, TV & stream details, latest team news

All the need to know details ahead of Wolves vs Brighton...

Wolves return to Premier League action at Molineux this Saturday when they take on Graham Potter’s Brighton & Hove Albion.

A win for Bruno Lage’s men will keep their hopes of European football alive whilst the Seagulls are looking for a positive result to keep them on course for a top half finish.

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Here’s all the info you need ahead of the match-up...

Wolves manager Bruno Lage had received a boost ahead of their Premier League clash against Brighton

When and where is the game?

The game takes place at Wolves’ home of Molineux on April 30th.

Kick-off is scheduled for 15:00 (BST).

Is Wolves vs Brighton on TV?

No. Due to the 3PM blackout across Saturday fixtures in the UK, this game won’t be available on via any traditional broadcaster.

WolvesTV will provide full match commentary or alternatively, you will be able to catch highlights of the game from 22:20 on BBC One’s Match Of The Day.

Who is the match referee?

Simon Hooper will take charge of Saturday’s contest with Dan Robathan and Derek Eaton his assistants.

James Linington will be on fourth official duties with Michael Salisbury and Ian Hussin on VAR.

Hooper has officiated 27 games this season including 13 Premier League matches.

Just once has he reffed a Wolves game this campaign, the 0-0 draw with Norwich City bac in November.

Team news

Wolves will be without the same trio that missed the 1-0 loss to Burnley.

Bruno Lage confirmed that Ruben Neves (knee), Daniel Podence (foot) and Max Kilman (ankle) will all miss out with the latter confirmed to miss the rest of the campaign.

The Seagulls on the other hand will be without Jeremy Sarmiento (hamstring) with Graham Potter confirming it’s not serious but enough for him to miss at least Saturday’s contest.

Form guide

Wolves: LLWLWW

Brighton: DLWWDL

Head-to-head record

The two have faced off just 37 times over the years with Brighton having the better of the two overall. The Seagulls have won 15 games to Wolves’ 8 with 14 draws.

Graham Potter’s men however haven’t got the better of this fixture since 2018, Glenn Murray scoring in a 1-0 win at the Amex.

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