The Premier League 2022/2023 season schedule has been revealed

The Premier League 2022/2023 season schedule has been revealed

The schedule for the Premier League next season was revealed on Thursday morning. Liverpool will travel to Old Trafford on August 20 and Manchester City on October 15.

The small and big teams in the Premier League are now firmly in place. The organizers of the English Championship unveiled the calendar for the 2022/2023 season this Thursday morning. The opportunity for clubs to mark the most important meetings on their calendar, especially for Liverpool and Manchester City, favorites for the title.

They will play the first leg of their duel at Liverpool on the weekend of October 15 and return to Manchester on April 1. New team members of Darwin Nunes It is expected to beat other Manchester United at Old Trafford on the third day of August 20. Last season, both meetings ended 5-0, followed by the Reds 4-0. They will be welcomed Eric Ten Hogg’s new team March 4, 2023.

Vieira welcomed Arsenal to their debut

In London, the first derby between the leaders of the English capital will take place on the second day between Chelsea and Tottenham on the weekend of August 13th. The first North London derby between Arsenal and Spurs will take place on October 1 at the Emirates Stadium.

There is no big shock in opening your teeth inwards. However, Patrick Vieira and Crystal Palace will host the Gunners at Selhurst Park Stadium. Defending champions Manchester City will travel to West Ham on the first day of the seventh game of the season.

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First day program

Friday, August 5th : Crystal Palace – Arsenal.

Samedi 6 aot: Fulham – Liverpool, Bournemouth – Aston Villa, Leeds – Wolverhampton, Leicester – Brentford, Newcastle – Nottingham Forest, Tottenham – Southampton, Everton – Chelsea.

Sunday August 7: Manchester United – Brighton, West Ham – Manchester City.


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