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Molineux match screened on Sky

Molineux match screened on Sky

Watford's trip to Molineux to face Wolverhampton Wanderers has been selected to be broadcasted live by Sky Sports.

The match against Glenn Hoddle's play-off chasing Wolves was originally scheduled for Saturday 15 April but will now take place a day earlier on Good Friday with the kick-off being at 17.15.

The Golden Boys will be in for a tough encounter in the West Midlands with eighth-placed Wanderers boasting former England midfielder Paul Ince and the much-coveted central defender Joleen Lescott in their ranks. However, the Hornets will be looking to improve on the 0-0 stalemate last time out at Molineux.

Aidy Boothroyd's Yellow Army have already played three games in front of the Sky cameras this season; trouncing Cardiff City 3-1 at Ninian Park in August, drawing 0-0 with runaway leaders Reading in August and humiliating second-placed Sheffield United at Bramall Lane in February, and will now play at least another three (providing we don't need the play-offs) before the current Championship campaign is over.


List of Sky-televised fixtures still to play:

Southampton (away) Monday 20 March kick-off 19.45

Crystal Palace (away) Friday 31 March kick-off 19.45

Wolverhampton Wanderers (away) Friday 14 April kick-off 17.15



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Date:Monday March 6 2006
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