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Stoke City Premier Lague games against Hull City, Queens Park Rangers, Newcastle United and Swansea City LIVE on Sky and BT Sport


FOLLOWING the Club's best ever Premier League season, four of the Potters opening eight 2014/15 fixtures have been selected for live TV coverage.

City's first away trip of the campaign against Hull City will be shown live on Sky, with the game being put back to Sunday 24th August, kick-off 1:30pm.

The Potters will then open week five of the new season when Mark Hughes returns to Queens Park Rangers for the first time since departing the West London club in 2012.

The fixture at Loftus Road will be shown live on BT Sport with kick-off being brought forward on Saturday 20th September to 12:45pm.

Home games against Newcastle United and Swansea City are also scheduled for live television coverage.

The game against the Magpies has been put back to Monday 29th September, with the game kicking off live on Sky at 8pm.

Garry Monk's Swansea side will then arrive at the Britannia Stadium on Sunday 19th October live on Sky with the game kicking off at the new time of 4pm.

You can find the new dates and kick-off times of the four televised fixtures below:

Hull City (A) Sunday 24th August, kick-off 1:30pm - SKY

QPR (A) Saturday 20th September, kick-off 12:45pm - BT SPORT

Newcastle United (H) Monday 29th September, kick-off 8pm - SKY

Swansea City (H) Sunday 19th October, kick-off 4pm - SKY

Ticket details will be announced soon on and

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