Nuno Espírito Santo’s side had originally been due to head to The Hawthorns on Saturday, May 1.
But they will now make the short journey on May 3 with the match kicking off at 6pm so it can be shown live on Sky Sports.
The Baggies secured a 3-2 victory at Molineux earlier this season.
Alongside the derby, Albion’s match against Arsenal, originally due to take place on May 8, has also been moved and will now take place on Sunday, May 9.
The encounter at The Emirates will kick off at 7pm and will be shown live on BT Sport.
Wolves have also seen their fixture at Brighton on May 9 moved to a noon kick-off. That match will be shown on the BBC.
Villa have also seen some of their games moved for broadcasters.
Their game at Everton on Saturday, May 1, will now kick off at 8pm and will air on BT Sport.
Manchester United’s visit to Villa Park has also been put back a day with Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s side now in town on Sunday, May 9.
That match will kick off at 2.05pm and will be shown live on Sky.