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Potters' Sky dates

Potters' Sky dates

Sky Sports have announced that the Potters will feature in three live matches over the first three months of the season.

Stoke's home matches against Everton, Spurs and Sunderland have been selected and we now know the first three of several fixture changes that we'll see this season as a result of live TV coverage. Having said that, the game against the Black Cats has only been moved back by 15 minutes.

The changes in full:
Sunday 14th September: Everton (kick-off 1.30pm)
Sunday 19th October: Spurs (kick-off 4pm)
Tuesday 28th October: Sunderland (kick-off 8pm)

The club also announced this week that the match against Tony Pulis' old club, Portsmouth at Fratton Park has been moved back one day to Sunday 5th October to accommodate Pompey's UEFA cup match earlier on in the week. The kick-off time has yet to be agreed.



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Writer:Chris Baldwin
Date:Friday July 11 2008
Time: 9:04PM

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Nothing better than sky coverage of your team once they are in the Prem. Enjoy it.
storagematt
12/07/2008 18:33:00
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