Wolves have made a disappointing start to the season with just one win in their opening six games, though this did come in their last outing.
Courtesy of a first-half goal from Daniel Podence, Bruno Lage’s side managed to beat Southampton by one goal to nil.
The victory soared the Wanderers up to 14th in the league standings, but this still isn’t quite where supporter expectations lie and an upturn in form is needed.
Fans may have to wait a little longer for this, though, as Man City are without doubt the toughest opposition of the campaign so far and a win is unlikely.
The Cityzens have picked up 14 points out of the 18 available and scored a league high of 20 goals. Star striker Erling Haaland has netted 10 of these alone.
It will be a huge challenge for Wolves and so Bruno Lage’s men will have to be at their very best to get anything from this game.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Wolves vs Man City, including the latest team news, the kick-off time, and how to watch the game live on UK television.
Is Wolves vs Man City on TV and how can I watch it?
Picked as the early 12.30pm kick-off time on Saturday 17 September, Wolves vs Man City will indeed be on live television.
For those who are unable to watch it at 12.30pm on Saturday, highlights will be available on the BT Sport website around 30 minutes after the final whistle.
In-depth analysis and highlights will also be shown on Match of the Day, which will air on BBC One at 10.30pm on Saturday 17 September.
What is the team news ahead of Wolves vs Man City?
Wolves are still without attacking duo Sasa Kalajdzic (ACL) and Chiquinho (knee) who are both beginning their roads to recovery with long-term injuries.
New striker signing Diego Costa, who was brought in as a free agent to replace Kalajdzic, is likely to be bedded in before starting matches.
Man City meanwhile are missing Kyle Walker (knock) and Aymeric Laporte (knee) but otherwise have a relatively clean bill of health.
How to sign up to BT Sport
You’ll need a subscription to watch BT Sport and there are a number of options to choose from.
The first of these is the Big Sport subscription starting at £41 per month with a £39.99 upfront fee. It’s a 24-month contract that gives you access to all BT Sport channels, the BT Sport app, as well as all 11 Sky Sports channels and Eurosport 1 and 2. It also enables you to watch Sky Sports via the NOW app with instant access.
Another is the standard Sport subscription that gives you access to all BT Sport channels, the BT Sport app, and BoxNation. This 24-month contract starts a £16 per month with a £39.99 upfront fee.
BT also offer the Monthly Pass, a subscription that allows customers to sign up for a short period of time and cancel with ease. Subscribers won’t be able to watch on TV, but rather on the BT Sport app only. It gives you a month of every BT Sport channel.
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