Manchester City finally get their season up and running on Monday night when they visit Wolves.
Pep Guardiola’s side missed the Premier League’s opening day as they were given an extra week because of their participation in the Champions League last month.
City fans could get their first glimpse of their side’s new signings - defender Nathan Ake and winger Ferran Torres - on Monday night.
Wolves go into the game off the back of a 2-0 win away at Sheffield United on the opening weekend, as they look to push on towards the Premier League top four.
What time is Wolves vs Man City?
Man City’s trip to Wolves and Molineux is the final game on the second weekend of the Premier League season.
Kick-off is at 8.15pm, and follows on from Monday’s other Premier League game - Aston Villa vs Sheffield United - which gets underway at 6pm.
City could be six points behind one of their main rivals by the time they play on Monday, if either Liverpool or Chelsea win their battle at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
Wolves vs Man City TV channel and live stream
Monday night Premier League games are shown on Sky Sports, and Man City’s trip to Wolves is no exception.
Sky Sports Main Event and Premier League will be showing the action from 8pm, following on from Aston Villa vs Sheffield Utd, which will be broadcast on the same channels.
Fans who subscribe can stream the match through their Sky Go or Now TV apps.
Wolves vs Man City odds
Can lightning strike THREE times?
Wolves managed to upset Pep Guardiola's men on both occasions they met last season - and are a huge 5/1 to make it a hat-trick. City, on the other hand, are 8/15 with thepools.com.
That's showing huge faith in a side who haven't kicked a competitive ball for a month - while Wolves have already won at one difficult venue in their opening match at Bramall Lane.
If you must back City, the 2/1 on a City win and BTTS is the more appealing option.
Odds collected from thepools.com and are subject to change.