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Four Stoke games to be televised

Four Stoke games to be televised

A quartet of Stoke games have been chosen for live television coverage.

Stoke`s away games at Hull City and Queens Park Rangers and home games against Newcastle United and Swansea have been chosen for live television coverage by BT Sports and Sky Sports.

Stoke`s first away game of the season at the KC Stadium against Hull City will now be played on Sunday 24th August with a 1.30pm kick off time, in front of Sky`s cameras for the second successive season.

Whilst Mark Hughes` first return to Loftus Road since being sacked as the QPR manager is live on BT Sport and will be played on Saturday 20th September with a 12.45pm kick off time.

Stoke`s first home game shown live on television will be the arrival of Alan Pardew`s Newcastle United to the Britannia Stadium for Sky Sports Monday Night Football program with the game kicking off at 8pm on the 29th September.

Garry Monk`s Swansea will also travel to Staffordshire alongside Sky`s cameras on Sunday 19th October for a 4pm kick off.


Stoke`s televised games:

Hull City (Away) Sunday 24th August (Sky) 1.30pm

QPR (Away) Saturday 20th September (BT) 12.45pm

Newcastle United (Home) Monday 29th September (Sky) 8pm

Swansea City (Home) Sunday 19th October (Sky) 4pm



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Writer:Lloyd Reddin
Date:Monday July 14 2014
Time: 6:01PM

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