Wolves vs Everton live stream, match preview, team news and kick-off time for this Premier League match

Wolves vs Everton live stream
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Wolves vs Everton live stream and match preview, Saturday 20 May, 3pm BST

Wolves vs Everton live stream and match preview

Looking for a Wolves vs Everton live stream? We've got you covered. Wolves vs Everton is not being shown in the UK. Brit abroad? Use a VPN to watch the Premier League with your subscription from anywhere.

Everton will be looking to boost their survival hopes by beating Wolves on Saturday.

Sean Dyche's side are only a point clear of the bottom three with two rounds of fixtures remaining.

Wolves are already safe and they will be looking to finish as high up the table as possible.

Kick-off is at 3pm BST. Make sure you know how to watch the Premier League wherever you are.

Team news

Wolves will have to make do without Sasa Kalajdzic, Chiquinho and Boubacar Toure.

Everton will be unable to call upon the services of Seamus Coleman, Andros Townsend, Tom Davies, Dele Alli, Ruben Vinagre, Conor Coady and Ben Godfrey. Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Vitalii Mykolenko will undergo late fitness tests.

Wolves XI: Bentley; Nelson Semedo, Dawson, Collins, Toti; Traore, Ruben Neves, Joao Gomes, Daniel Podence; Sarabia, Hwang.

Everton XI: Pickford; Patterson, Tarkowski, Mina; Iwobi, Gueye, Onana, Garner, McNeil; Doucoure; Calvert-Lewin.



David Coote will be the referee for Wolves vs Everton.


Wolves vs Everton will be played at the 32,050-capacity Molineux in Wolverhampton.

Kick-off and channel

Wolves vs Everton kick-off is at 3pm BST on Saturday 20 May in the UK. The game is not being shown live in the UK.

In the US, kick-off time is 10am ET / 7am PT. The match will be shown on NBC in the US. See below for international broadcast options.

VPN guide

Use a VPN to watch Premier League football from outside your country

If you’re out of the country for a Premier League fixture, then you won't be able to watch on your domestic streaming service as usual. The broadcaster knows where you are because of your IP address (boo!) and blocks you from watching it. You can use a VPN to get around that, though, without resorting to illegal feeds you’ve found on Reddit.

A Virtual Private Network (VPN), assuming it complies with your broadcaster’s T&Cs, creates a private connection between your device and t'internet, meaning the service can’t work out where you are and will let you watch. And all the info going between is entirely encrypted, anonymous and safe – and that's a result.

There are plenty of good-value options out there. For the Premier League, FourFourTwo currently recommends:


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International Premier League TV rights

• UK: Sky Sports and BT Sport are the two main players once again, but Amazon also have a slice of the pie in 2022/23. 
• USA: NBC Sports Group are the Premier League rights holders, with the Peacock Premium streaming platform showing even more than the 175 games it aired last season. If you pick up a fuboTV subscription for the games not on Peacock Premium, you'll be able to watch every game.
• Canada: The way to watch Premier League football in 2022/23 is fuboTV, which has exclusive rights to all the action.
• Australia: Optus Sport will screen every game of the Premier League season. Non-subscribers can access the action via a Fetch TV box and other friendly streaming devices.
• New Zealand: Sky Sport are serving up all 380 games – plus various highlights and magazine shows throughout the week, as well as the Champions League.

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Greg Lea

Greg Lea is a freelance football journalist who's filled in wherever FourFourTwo needs him since 2014. He became a Crystal Palace fan after watching a 1-0 loss to Port Vale in 1998, and once got on the scoresheet in a primary school game against Wilfried Zaha's Whitehorse Manor (an own goal in an 8-0 defeat).