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

Three points could prove vital for both these sides upon the conclusion of the Premier League.

Wolves and Manchester City will play out the biggest game of the midweek fixtures on Wednesday evening when the two face off at Molineux.

Despite recent turbulent results, Bruno Lage’s men are still within touching distance of a European spot in the table whilst City are hoping to get a three points that will edge them closer to yet another Premier League trophy.

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Wolves have five games remaining until their 2021/22 Premier League campaign comes to an end.

Here’s all the need to know details ahead of the match...

When and where is the game?

The game takes place at Wolverhampton Wanderers’ home of Molineux on Wednesday 11th May. Kick-off is scheduled for 20:15 (BST).

Is Wolves vs Manchester City on TV?

Yes. The game will be shown live on Sky Sports on both Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League with coverage.

For those unable to catch the game at Molineux or via Sky Sports, there is a special midweek Match of the Day being aired on Wednesday evening on BBC One from 22:40.

Who is the match referee?

Martin Atkinson has been appointed the match referee for Wednesday evening’s clash with Stuart Burt and Richard West as his assistants.

Graham Scott is the fourth official with Paul Tierney in charge of VAR assisted by Simon Bennett.

Atkinson has officiated 25 games so far this season and has been lenient with his cards. He’s only dished out 66 yellow cards and two red cards. Atkinson has also awarded seven penalties across those matches.

Team news

Wolves will be without the same trio that missed out in the 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge.

Daniel Podence and Nelson Semedo continue to have issues whilst Max Kilman has been ruled out for the season with a knee problem.

Manchester City on the other hand will be without at least three of their first choice defenders in Ruben Dias, Kyle Walker and John Stones who are all confirmed out for the season.

Nathan Ake could also miss out but Guardiola is hoping the Dutch defender can play some part.

Form guide (all competitions)

Wolves: DLLLWL

Manchester City: WLWWWW

Head-to-head record

The two teams are very evenly matched historically with City just edging it over the years. The Citizens have won 51 games to Wolves’ 49 with 25 draws.

In more recent times however it has been far more dominant from the Manchester side. Aside from the double Wolves did over City in 2019, the visitors have won nine of the last 13 meetings between the two.

Betting odds

Wolves: 11/1

Draw: 5/1

Manchester City: 2/9

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