Date: 9th July 2015 at 9:06am
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Following on from the three changes made to the Wolves fixtures last week there are now two more amendments to be made.

The previous changes to your diary came following the announcement of two changes for Sky Sports TV, whilst the third was a direct knock on affect of a television selection.

So here are all of the changes so far, both from the previous announcement and the latest changes.

The first fixture change is the home game against Hull City, which has been moved for Sky Sports to Sunday August 16th, kick off 12pm.

As that game was moved back 24 hours we asked for our following game to be shifted and so the match against Queens Park Rangers will now be on Wednesday August 19th.

Wolves game away to Cardiff City has also been selected by Sky Sports and will now kick off at 5.15pm on Saturday August 22nd.

Due to a Sky Sports selection for Fulham, our game with them has now been put back to Wednesday September 16th (7.45pm).

The third TV game will be against Huddersfield Town, this keeps the original fixture date of Saturday October 3rd but will now kick off at 12.30pm.

Thanks to the new Sky Sports television deal, we will hopefully see more television games picked in advance rather than drip fed throughout the season often at short notice.

Sky will show 112 regular season games.

It is expected that later this month the selections for October and November will be announced.

Selections for December games will be announced mid-October, with January games to be decided mid-November and February games..you guessed it in mid-December.

March games will be announced during January, but the end of the season fixtures will be picked closer to the time on a rolling five week basis.

The end of season games will be picked after the penultimate games of the season.

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