Is Newcastle United v Wolves on TV? Kick-off time, channel, live stream and highlights details

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Everything you need to know to tune into Newcastle United’s Premier League clash with Wolves this weekend.

Newcastle United are back in action on Sunday when they welcome Wolves to St James’ Park.

The Magpies have endured a slide of late, struggling for form in the lead up to - and indeed since - the Carabao Cup final. Eddie Howe’s men are winless in five across all competitions, but they are still in a strong position in the Premier League, four points behind fourth-placed Tottenham with two games in hand.

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A resurgent Wolves stand in the way of Howe’s men this weekend, and the Midlands side still have business to take care of as they look to avoid relegation.

Ahead of the game, we have rounded up all you need to know to tune in on television.

When is Newcastle United vs Wolves?

Newcastle United vs Wolves will take place on Sunday, March 12 at St James’ Park.

Kick-off is scheduled for 4.30pm.

Is it on TV?

It is indeed. Sky Sports will show this game live.

Coverage on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League will begin at 4pm, concluding at 7.30pm on Sky Sports Premier League and 30 minutes earlier on Sky Sports Main Event.

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As usual, coverage will include punditry before and after the game, while subscribers can also tune in via the SkyGo live streaming service.

Highlights details

Highlights of this game will be available on Sky Sports’ channels throughout Sunday night, while Sky Sports will also post clips on their social channels during the game. Extended highlights will be available on the official YouTube channels of the club from early Monday morning.

Fans can also tune into highlights on Match of the Day 2, which will be shown on BBC One at 10.30pm on Sunday night. Just keep in mind that there will be no presenter or pundits in place due to Gary Lineker being asked to step aside due to his political tweets. Pundits are standing by Lineker, likewise the BBC commentators. As a result, the commentary will be provided by Premier Leaguw World Feed.

What Eddie Howe has said

Speaking about Newcastle’s recent dip in form, Howe has said ahead of this one: “Through every season there are difficult moments and there are patches where you don’t win the games maybe you should. That’s the time, I believe, you have to be really strong mentally and know it will change.”

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Manchester City Pep Guardiola and Newcastle United head coach Eddie Howe at the Etihad Stadium last weekend.Manchester City Pep Guardiola and Newcastle United head coach Eddie Howe at the Etihad Stadium last weekend.
Manchester City Pep Guardiola and Newcastle United head coach Eddie Howe at the Etihad Stadium last weekend.

What Julen Lopetegui has said

Wolves boss Lopetegui said ahead of his side’s trip to St James’ Park: “I think we’re going to play against one of the strongest teams in the Premier League. They have a fantastic squad, very good players and a very good coach. They play with one very clear style, rhythm with and without the ball.

“They are ready to fight for the Champions League, but in the same way we are going to go there with ambition and thinking we are able to compete with them and beat them. This is our aim, for sure. I think we are going to play a very hard match, but in the same way a very exciting match for us.”

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