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Derby Away On Sky Sports

Derby Away On Sky Sports

The Hull fixtures for the 2017-18 Championship season were recently announced with the changes already made. Of course, we'll see a number of further amendments as we go along.

Now, it has been announced Sky Sports have selected a City game as the trip to Derby for the game at the iPro Stadium in September has been picked up for television treatment.

This game was originally scheduled to take place at their ground on Saturday 9th September. However, following the Sky Sports selection of early TV fixtures this one is among them.

As such it has been put back to the Friday evening slot, taking take place on Friday 8th September.

In order to accommodate the cameras the game will kick off at 7:45pm.

Hull have already seen the trip to Aston Villa, along with Leeds and the reverse meeting with Villa games at the KCOM Stadium changed from the originally scheduled dates.

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Date:Monday July 3 2017
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