The EPL 2022/2023 SEASON fixtures has finally been released with the season poised to kick off on Friday, August 5 2022 and pausing on November 12/13 2022 to accommodate the Winter World Cup slated for Qatar and picking up from where it left off on Boxing Day – December 26th 2022 with the season coming to an end on Sunday May 28th 2023.

The season kicks off with a trip from last season’s 5th place team – Arsenal heading to Selhurst Park to take on the Patrick Vieira’s flamboyant Crystal Palace side. Everton’s season starts off with a high prolific game versus Chelsea on August 6 and Manchester United’s Erik ten Hag’s era begins as they take on Graham Potter’s Brighton and Hove Albion side at Old Trafford.

Pep Guardiola’s Title defense sees The Cityzens take on David Moyes’s West Ham United in what promises to be a cracker between both teams. Fulham begin their own EPL comeback with a very daunting task versus last season’s runner-ups with the visit of Liverpool on August 6, while newly-promoted Bournemouth take on Steven Gerrard’s New Look Aston Villa and for Nottingham Forest, who taste EPL football for the first time since 1999, they would be away to Eddie Howe’s – Newcastle United.

Other interesting fixtures of the season sees an early season rivalry meet between Liverpool and Manchester United slated for August 20 and the first Merseyside Derby clash holding on September 3.

The Clash between arguably the two best teams in England – Manchester City and Liverpool takes place on October 15 and the return leg slated for the April 1st 2023. Other notable clashes features the Manchester and North London Derbies fixed for the same weekend of October 1 and return legs on January 14th with Manchester City and Arsenal playing at home first.

Here’s a look on how the first round of fixtures for the 2022/23 Premier League season looks like;

August 5

Crystal Palace vs Arsenal – 8pm

August 6

Fulham vs Liverpool, 12.30pm

Bournemouth vs Aston Villa – 3pm

Leeds vs Wolves – 3pm

Leicester vs Brentford – 3pm

Newcastle vs Nottingham Forest – 3pm

Tottenham vs Southampton – 3pm

Everton vs Chelsea – 5.30pm

August 7

Manchester United vs Brighton – 2pm

West Ham vs Manchester City – 4.30pm


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