Stoke City are warning fans that their Easter plans could have to be altered – even at this late stage – because of circumstances beyond the club’s control.
Stoke Fans wanting to watch the Easter double header are being told that the timing of games could still be tinkered with to satisfy TV demands.
“However, the dates and kick-off times of these fixtures could still be altered for live Sky Sports coverage.”
Any disruption at such a late stage will not go down well with fans and leave them entitled to ask why TV companies cannot make decisions well before now.
Before the Easter schedule, which could ultimately decides Stoke’s fate, the club travels to Reading on Saturday, welcomes Middlesbrough on Wednesday March 18, visit Wigan on Saturday March 21 and then host Barnsley on Saturday April 4.
The two Easter games – whenever they take place! – are followed by Bristol City away (Saturday APril 18), Brentford at home (Saturday April 25) and Nottingham Forest away (Saturday May 2).