Charlie Adam will be appearing on Sky Sports Fantasy Football Club this week, and the production company are letting Potters fans know they can come down and watch the show being recorded for free.
The show, including Charlie, Fenners and Paul Merson will be pre-recorded this Thursday 7th November between 6.30 and 7.30pm at Sky's studios in Isleworth, Middlesex.
If you want tickets to be in the audience, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org’
The officials have been confirmed for this weekends fixtures - and the referee for our match against Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium will be Robert Madley. His only other Barclays Premier League match this season was the 1-1 draw when Hull City hosted Cardiff City back in September.
The latest TV picks for January have been announced and our home game against Liverpool which was due to take place on Saturday 11th January - has now been moved back just over 24 hours for a live showing on SKY. The match will now kick-off at 4.10pm on Sunday 12th January.
Mark Hughes has revealed that Andy Wilkinson is out of tomorrow's Premier League clash with Southampton, but otherwise has a full squad of players available to him...
MH: In terms of the football that we have played I think the supporters are encouraged. Long term this will benefit us, there is no doubt about that. Obviously they want to see us winning more games than we have done, and I agree with that - it is what we all want. The signs have been encouraging though, and we will look to get the points on the board tomorrow.
MH: We are the home side, we want to dictate the game, and not the other way around. We will hopefully be on the front foot, and we will be looking to take the game to them and put in a performance that earns us the three points that we are all looking for.
MH: Andy Wilkinson will definitely miss out on Saturday with a knee injury, but that aside we are pretty much ok. There are a couple of the lads who went through 120 minutes who may be a bit tight, but they will be fine in time for Saturday.
MH: I had a good time when I was down at Southampton, they are a very good club who are going through a very good period at the moment. We won't worry about them though, it's about what we do on the pitch that counts.
MH: Southampton are gaining confidence with each and every week that comes along because what they are doing right now is really working for them. They have good players, they invested a hell of a lot of money in the summer on three good players and they have helped. They have executed their plans so far incredibly well, and good luck to them - obviously Saturday aside.
MH: It's been outstanding for the Club to establish themselves in the Premier League, It is our 200th game in the Premier League on Saturday which is a great achievement. When you look at where the Club has come from, its a great story, and something everyone should be proud of.
MH: If you look at Southampton, in fifth, and Swansea pushing too, it shows how competitive this league is now. There are no easy games in the Premier League, so we know that the next couple of games will be as tough as the last two.
MH: I have always said that we will keep the best elements of what has served the Club so well in recent years, but we are trying to integrate more football into things, and because of that we are creating a lot more opportunities in games. In general I think we have performed very well so far, but as I said before we can't keep saying that. We need points on the board.
MH: We are facing a good team at the weekend. Southampton have been outstanding this season and we need to be up to the challenge. We need to improve upon our home form, because it has been something of a disappointment for us.
MH: We were ok on Tuesday, until the final few moments. We compromised what was up until that point was a decent performance. If anything we were too positive, and we should have seen the game out comfortably. Credit to Birmingham though because they were fantastic.
They've been treated to a pack of Hobnobs to help them prepare their pieces!
The Media room is filling up now with journalists ahead of Mark Hughes' arrival
Mark Hughes' pre-match press conference is coming up within the hour so make sure you check back to see what the City boss has to say ahead of tomorrow's visit of Southampton.