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Premier League Fixtures 2022/23

Premier League Fixtures 2022 - 23

Less than a month remains until the beginning of the 2022/23 Premier League which kicks off on 5th August for a slightly earlier start than usual.

Manchester City is the reigning champion after clinching its 8th league-title by a 1-point margin over Liverpool who have been the only serious challengers to its dominance over the past 5 years.

Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal and Manchester United lead the chasing-pack but they all seem to be a long, long way behind the top-2 at the moment. West Ham United and Leicester City have the potential to break into the top-6 while Newcastle United will be expecting big strides after its big-money takeover last season.

Everton and Aston Villa, two other historic clubs, will also be hoping to get out of the bottom-half with their respective young managers beginning their first full-seasons. Leeds United and Southampton will have to fight hard to stay in the top-division while last season’s newcomers Brentford will look to avoid any 2nd season blues.

Following its relegation in 2020/21, Fulham earned another return to the top-flight by winning the Championship. Bournemouth dropped down the season before but is back in the top-tier after finishing as runners-up. Later on, Nottingham Forest won the promotion play-off to mark its comeback to the Premier League after 23 years.

Now we take a look at the fixture-list for the 2022/23 Premier League campaign and focus on the notable clashes from Matchweek 1 through Matchweek 38.

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Continuing its new trend, the Premier League will once again commence on a Friday night as Crystal Palace host Arsenal in one of the lesser London derbies on 5th August.

The next day, Liverpool will kick-start its season against Fulham at Craven Cottage in the early kickoff. Among the afternoon fixtures, newcomers Bournemouth will host Aston Villa while Nottingham Forest will make the journey up north to face Newcastle United. Everton will welcome Chelsea to Goodison Park for the evening-game.

On Sunday, Manchester Utd will be the hosts for Brighton & Hove Albion at Old Trafford before West Ham Utd square off against City at the London Stadium in arguably the most attractive fixture of the opening weekend.

For Matchweek 2, Arsenal is set to host Leicester City at the Emirates Stadium on 13th August. The following day, City will welcome Tottenham Hotspur to the Etihad Stadium for the first clash between the top-6 teams from the previous season.

Man Utd will host Liverpool in the standout fixture from Matchweek 3 despite being set for a Monday night clash. Last season the Red Devils were handed an embarrassing 5-0 thumping at home by its arch-rivals.

Friday 5 August

Crystal Palace v Arsenal

Saturday 6 August

Fulham v Liverpool

AFC Bournemouth v Aston Villa

Leeds v Wolves

Newcastle v Nottingham Forest

Spurs v Southampton

Everton v Chelsea

Sunday 7 August

Leicester v Brentford

Man Utd v Brighton

West Ham v City

Saturday 13 August

Aston Villa v Everton

Arsenal v Leicester

Brighton v Newcastle

City v AFC Bournemouth

Southampton v Leeds

Wolves v Fulham

Brentford v Man Utd

Sunday 14 August

Nottingham Forest v West Ham

Chelsea v Spurs

Monday 15 August

Liverpool v Crystal Palace

Saturday 20 August

Spurs v Wolves

Crystal Palace v Aston Villa

Everton v Nottingham Forest

Fulham v Brentford

Leicester v Southampton

AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal

Sunday 21 August

Leeds v Chelsea

West Ham v Brighton

Newcastle v City

Monday 22 August

Man Utd v Liverpool

Saturday 27 August

Southampton v Man Utd

Brentford v Everton

Brighton v Leeds

Chelsea v Leicester

Liverpool v AFC Bournemouth

City v Crystal Palace

Arsenal v Fulham

Sunday 28 August

Aston Villa v West Ham

Wolves v Newcastle

Nottingham Forest v Spurs

Tuesday 30 August

Crystal Palace v Brentford

Fulham v Brighton

Southampton v Chelsea

Leeds v Everton

Wednesday 31 August

AFC Bournemouth v Wolves

Arsenal v Aston Villa

City v Nottingham Forest

West Ham v Spurs

Liverpool v Newcastle


On 3rd September, Everton will take on Liverpool at Goodison Park for the 243rd Merseyside derby. The Reds completed the double over its neighbours last season including the 1-4 victory at the home of the Toffees.

Chelsea will host West Ham at Stamford Bridge for a London derby on Sunday. Later Arsenal will take on Man Utd at Old Trafford. Cristiano Ronaldo scored 2 goals to get the home-win last season but he is not likely to be at the club by this time.

Leicester City will face Aston Villa at King Power Stadium for the clash between the two teams from the Midlands on 10th September. West Ham is set to host Newcastle Utd the following day which should also be an intriguing contest.

On Sunday 18th September, Man Utd will take on its bitter Yorkshire rival Leeds Utd at Old Trafford. It will be followed by Chelsea against Liverpool at Stamford Bridge with the rivalry taking a new turn after the two goalless cup-finals last season.

Thursday 1 September

Leicester v Man Utd

Saturday 3 September

Everton v Liverpool

Brentford v Leeds

Newcastle v Crystal Palace

Nottingham Forest v AFC Bournemouth

Spurs v Fulham

Wolves v Southampton

Aston Villa v City

Sunday 4 September

Chelsea v West Ham

Brighton v Leicester

Man Utd v Arsenal

Saturday 10 September

Fulham v Chelsea

AFC Bournemouth v Brighton

Leicester v Aston Villa

Liverpool v Wolves

Southampton v Brentford

Man City v Spurs

Sunday 11 September

Arsenal v Everton

West Ham v Newcastle

Crystal Palace v Man Utd

Monday 12 September

Leeds v Nottingham Forest

Friday 16 September

Nottingham Forest v Fulham

Saturday 17 September

Wolves v City

Aston Villa v Southampton

Brighton v Crystal Palace

Everton v West Ham

Newcastle v AFC Bournemouth

Spurs v Leicester

Sunday 18 September

Brentford v Arsenal

Man Utd v Leeds

Chelsea v Liverpool


Matchweek 9 promises to be a cracker with Arsenal taking on its arch-nemesis Tottenham for the North London derby. The Gunners were comfortable winners of this fixture in 2021/22 and Spurs have not won at the Emirates in over a decade.

Leicester City will welcome its biggest rival Nottingham Forest for the first top-flight match between the clubs in the 20th century. The pair met in the 4th Round of the FA Cup with Forest notching a 4-1 win over the Foxes on home-turf.

Then, there is the small matter of the Manchester derby to be resolved as well with the champions playing hosts to Man Utd at the Etihad. City has only earned 2 wins against the Red Devils in the last 6 home-meetings.

In Matchweek 10, Arsenal will have to host Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium. The Reds won both the league-matches last season and won their tie in the League Cup while the Gunners could not score a goal in all the 4 games.

Nottingham Forest is going to prepare for the visit of Aston Villa which should provide a good contest between the two Midlands teams. Also, Everton will go up against Man Utd at Goodison Park.

The following week Liverpool will await the arrival of defending champions City to Anfield. Despite taking the lead twice, the Reds were held to a 2-2 draw in this clash last season which eventually proved crucial in the title-race.

Arsenal is going to play hosts to City in Matchweek 12. The Gunners have lost the past 5 home-games in the Premier League meetings against the champions and will hope that rising Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus can resolve the issue.

Liverpool will be facing West Ham at Anfield in the same week and the Reds have won the last 5 home-games against the Hammers. Meanwhile, Man Utd will play Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford.

In Matchweek 13, Chelsea is going to square off with Man Utd at Stamford Bridge. The last 4 matches between these two teams have not produced a winner. Spurs will host Newcastle and this fixture should contain a fair share of goals.

Saturday 1 October

AFC Bournemouth v Brentford

Arsenal v Spurs

Crystal Palace v Chelsea

Fulham v Newcastle

Leeds v Aston Villa

Leicester v Nottingham Forest

Liverpool v Brighton

Man City v Man Utd

Southampton v Everton

West Ham v Wolves

Saturday 8 October

AFC Bournemouth v Leicester

Arsenal v Liverpool

Brighton v Spurs

Chelsea v Wolves

Crystal Palace v Leeds

Everton v Man Utd

City v Southampton

Newcastle v Brentford

Nottingham Forest v Aston Villa

West Ham v Fulham

Saturday 15 October

Aston Villa v Chelsea

Brentford v Brighton

Fulham v AFC Bournemouth

Leeds v Arsenal

Leicester v Crystal Palace

Liverpool v City

Man Utd v Newcastle

Southampton v West Ham

Spurs v Everton

Wolves v Nottingham Forest

Tuesday 18 October

AFC Bournemouth v Southampton

Arsenal v City

Brentford v Chelsea

Brighton v Nottingham Forest

Fulham v Aston Villa

Leicester v Leeds

Crystal Palace v Wolves

Wednesday 19 October

Newcastle v Everton

Liverpool v West Ham

Man Utd v Spurs

Saturday 22 October

Aston Villa v Brentford

Chelsea v Man Utd

Everton v Crystal Palace

Leeds v Fulham

Man City v Brighton

Nottingham Forest v Liverpool

Southampton v Arsenal

Spurs v Newcastle

West Ham v AFC Bournemouth

Wolves v Leicester

Saturday 29 October

AFC Bournemouth v Spurs

Arsenal v Nottingham Forest

Brentford v Wolves

Brighton v Chelsea

Crystal Palace v Southampton

Fulham v Everton

Leicester v Man City

Liverpool v Leeds

Manchester Utd v West Ham

Newcastle v Aston Villa


In the opening week of November, Chelsea will be at home for its fixture against Arsenal in this major London derby. The Blues have been unable to notch a home-win against the Gunners for the past 3 seasons.

Among the matches from Matchweek 14, Tottenham Hotspur is going to face Liverpool on home-turf. The Reds have remained undefeated against Spurs in the previous 8 Premier League meetings.

Newcastle Utd will host Chelsea at St. James’ Park in Matchweek 15 while West Ham Utd is set to play Leicester City at London Stadium. The Premier League will then take a 5-week hiatus due to the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Saturday 5 November

Aston Villa v Manchester Utd

Chelsea v Arsenal

Everton v Leicester

Leeds v AFC Bournemouth

City v Fulham

Nottingham Forest v Brentford

Southampton v Newcastle

Spurs v Liverpool

West Ham v Crystal Palace

Wolves v Brighton

Saturday 12 November

AFC Bournemouth v Everton

Brighton v Aston Villa

Fulham v Man Utd

Liverpool v Southampton

Man City v Brentford

Newcastle v Chelsea

Nottingham Forest v Crystal Palace

Spurs v Leeds

West Ham v Leicester

Wolves v Arsenal

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Following the end of the 2022 FIFA World Cup the Premier League will resume action during the Christmas period. Arsenal will probably square off with London rivals West Ham on Boxing Day.

In the final week of the year, Liverpool will host Leicester City at Anfield. At the same time Man City will be at home for the visit of Everton. Fulham will play Southampton at Craven Cottage which could be a key match at the bottom-end of the table.

Monday 26 December

Arsenal v West Ham

Aston Villa v Liverpool

Brentford v Spurs

Chelsea v AFC Bournemouth

Crystal Palace v Fulham

Everton v Wolves

Leeds v Manchester City

Leicester v Newcastle

Man Utd v Nottingham Forest

Southampton v Brighton

Saturday 31 December

AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace

Brighton v Arsenal

Fulham v Southampton

Liverpool v Leicester

Manchester City v Everton

Newcastle v Leeds

Nottingham Forest v Chelsea

Spurs v Aston Villa

West Ham v Brentford

Wolves v Manchester Utd


Stamford Bridge will be the setting when Chelsea takes on City at the start of the New Year and the two clubs could well be leading the league at this stage. Elsewhere, Arsenal is going to be the host for Newcastle Utd in Matchweek 19.

Matchweek 20 will feature the Manchester Derby with Man Utd being the home-side for its cross-town rivals Man City. The Red Devils have only picked up 1 win from its last 5 PL meetings at Old Trafford.

The North London derby is also set to be held during the same week with Tottenham Hotspur playing at home against its bitter rivals Arsenal. At home, Spurs are unbeaten in its last 8 PL matches against the Gunners.

Man Utd will then travel to Emirates Stadium to face Arsenal and the Gunners have won 5 of the last 7 home-games in the PL against the Red Devils. Matchweek 21 will also have Liverpool up against Chelsea at Anfield.

Monday 2 January

Arsenal v Newcastle

Aston Villa v Wolves

Brentford v Liverpool

Chelsea v Man City

Crystal Palace v Spurs

Everton v Brighton

Leeds v West Ham

Leicester v Fulham

Man Utd v AFC Bournemouth

Southampton v Nottingham Forest

Saturday 14 January

Aston Villa v Leeds

Brentford v AFC Bournemouth

Brighton v Liverpool

Chelsea v Crystal Palace

Everton v Southampton

Man Utd v Man City

Newcastle v Fulham

Nottingham Forest v Leicester

Spurs v Arsenal

Wolves v West Ham

Saturday 21 January

AFC Bournemouth v Nottingham Forest

Arsenal v Man Utd

Crystal Palace v Newcastle

Fulham v Spurs

Leeds v Brentford

Leicester v Brighton

Liverpool v Chelsea

Man City v Wolves

Southampton v Aston Villa

West Ham v Everton


Following the first international-break of the calendar year, the Premier League season resumes with Matchweek 22 in which Chelsea is expected to take on West London neighbours Fulham.

But the standout fixture from the first week of February will be Tottenham Hotspur at home to Man City. Spurs have a good record in this fixture having beaten the champions in each of its past 4 meetings on home-turf across all competitions.

For Matchweek 23, Leeds Utd will be at home against arch rivals the red devils. Meanwhile, West Ham will go up against Chelsea at the London Stadium. The next edition of the Merseyside derby will also be contested in the same weekend.

In the subsequent week, Tottenham Hotspur will host West Ham Utd in another London derby. Man Utd is going to face Leicester City at Old Trafford while Newcastle Utd will await the arrival of Liverpool.

During the last week of the month, Chelsea will be the visitor to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in what should be an intense London derby. Leicester City against Arsenal at the King Power Stadium will be an interesting battle as well.

Saturday 4 February

Aston Villa v Leicester

Brentford v Southampton

Brighton v AFC Bournemouth

Chelsea v Fulham

Everton v Arsenal

Man Utd v Crystal Palace

Newcastle v West Ham

Nottingham Forest v Leeds

Spurs v Man City

Wolves v Liverpool

Saturday 11 February

AFC Bournemouth v Newcastle

Arsenal v Brentford

Crystal Palace v Brighton

Fulham v Nottingham Forest

Leeds v Man Utd

Leicester v Spurs

Liverpool v Everton

Man City v Aston Villa

Southampton v Wolves

West Ham v Chelsea

Saturday 18 February

Aston Villa v Arsenal

Brentford v Crystal Palace

Brighton v Fulham

Chelsea v Southampton

Everton v Leeds

Man Utd v Leicester

Newcastle v Liverpool

Nottingham Forest v Man City

Spurs v West Ham

Wolves v AFC Bournemouth

Saturday 25 February

AFC Bournemouth v Man City

Crystal Palace v Liverpool

Everton v Aston Villa

Fulham v Wolves

Leeds v Southampton

Leicester v Arsenal

Man Utd v Brentford

Newcastle v Brighton

Spurs v Chelsea

West Ham v Nottingham Forest


Within the first few days of March, Liverpool will be readying itself for the visit of its eternal nemesis the red devils to Anfield. The Reds have been undefeated in its last 6 home-games against the Red Devils.

In Matchweek 27, Leicester City will face Chelsea at King Power Stadium. In the next week the Blues will be at home against Everton while Man City will be travelling to the London Stadium to take on West Ham.

Saturday 4 March

Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth

Aston Villa v Crystal Palace

Brentford v Fulham

Brighton v West Ham

Chelsea v Leeds

Liverpool v Man Utd

Man City v Newcastle

Nottingham Forest v Everton

Southampton v Leicester

Wolves v Spurs

Saturday 11 March

AFC Bournemouth v Liverpool

Crystal Palace v Man City

Everton v Brentford

Fulham v Arsenal

Leeds v Brighton

Leicester v Chelsea

Man Utd v Southampton

Newcastle v Wolves

Spurs v Nottingham Forest

West Ham v Aston Villa

Saturday 18 March

Arsenal v Crystal Palace

Aston Villa v AFC Bournemouth

Brentford v Leicester

Brighton v Man Utd

Chelsea v Everton

Liverpool v Fulham

Man City v West Ham

Nottingham Forest v Newcastle

Southampton v Spurs

Wolves v Leeds

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Man City is going to meet Liverpool at the Etihad Stadium in the first week of April and the outcome of this match will definitely have a big impact on the title-race. City has won just 3 of its past 6 PL home-games against the Reds.

In the following week, Liverpool will be taking on Arsenal on home-turf. The Reds have won each of the past 6 league-meetings between the two sides at Anfield. Meanwhile the red devils will face Everton at Old Trafford.

For Matchweek 31, Man City is scheduled to play Leicester City at the King Power Stadium. West Ham Utd will be at home to Arsenal for a London derby while Liverpool has to travel to Leeds Utd.

Man Utd will welcome Chelsea to Old Trafford in Matchweek 32. In the next few days, Tottenham Hotspur will be visited by Man Utd and Arsenal will travel to the Etihad Stadium to take on the champions.

At the end of the month, the Gunners will be taking on its major cross-town rival Chelsea at the Emirates. In the very same week, Liverpool will face Tottenham at Anfield which might be another pivotal fixture at the back-end of the season.

Saturday 1 April

AFC Bournemouth v Fulham

Arsenal v Leeds

Brighton v Brentford

Chelsea v Aston Villa

Crystal Palace v Leicester

Everton v Spurs

Man City v Liverpool

Newcastle v Man Utd

Nottingham Forest v Wolves

West Ham v Southampton

Saturday 8 April

Aston Villa v Nottingham Forest

Brentford v Newcastle

Fulham v West Ham

Leeds v Crystal Palace

Leicester v AFC Bournemouth

Liverpool v Arsenal

Man Utd v Everton

Southampton v Man City

Spurs v Brighton

Wolves v Chelsea

Saturday 15 April

Aston Villa v Newcastle

Chelsea v Brighton

Everton v Fulham

Leeds v Liverpool

Man City v Leicester

Nottingham Forest v Man Utd

Southampton v Crystal Palace

Spurs v AFC Bournemouth

West Ham v Arsenal

Wolves v Brentford

Saturday 22 April

AFC Bournemouth v West Ham

Arsenal v Southampton

Brentford v Aston Villa

Brighton v Man City

Crystal Palace v Everton

Fulham v Leeds

Leicester v Wolves

Liverpool v Nottingham Forest

Man Utd v Chelsea

Newcastle v Spurs

Tuesday 25 April

Everton v Newcastle

Leeds v Leicester

Nottingham Forest v Brighton

Spurs v Man Utd

West Ham v Liverpool

Wolves v Crystal Palace

Aston Villa v Fulham

Wednesday 26 April

Chelsea v Brentford

Southampton v AFC Bournemouth

Man City v Arsenal


At the start of the final month of the 2022/23 premier league, West Ham will prepare for the visit of Man Utd. In the following week, Everton will take on Man City at Goodison Park while Liverpool will have to make a trip to Leicester City.

In the penultimate week of the season, City will be going up against Chelsea at the Etihad Stadium which may go on to be a title-decider. Meanwhile Liverpool will be at home to Aston Villa.

On the final day of the campaign, City will be travelling to Brentford and Liverpool will be away at Southampton. Chelsea is going to be at home to Newcastle Utd while West Ham is set to take on Leicester City at the London Stadium.

Saturday 6 May

AFC Bournemouth v Chelsea

Brighton v Everton

Fulham v Leicester

Liverpool v Brentford

Man City v Leeds

Newcastle v Arsenal

Nottingham Forest v Southampton

Spurs v Crystal Palace

West Ham v Man Utd

Wolves v Aston Villa

Saturday 13 May

Arsenal v Brighton

Aston Villa v Spurs

Brentford v West Ham

Chelsea v Nottingham Forest

Crystal Palace v AFC Bournemouth

Everton v Man City

Leeds v Newcastle

Leicester v Liverpool

Man Utd v Wolves

Southampton v Fulham

Saturday 20 May

AFC Bournemouth v Man Utd

Brighton v Southampton

Fulham v Crystal Palace

Liverpool v Aston Villa

Man City v Chelsea

Newcastle v Leicester

Nottingham Forest v Arsenal

Spurs v Brentford

West Ham v Leeds

Wolves v Everton

Sunday 28 May

Arsenal v Wolves

Aston Villa v Brighton

Brentford v Man City

Chelsea v Newcastle

Crystal Palace v Nottingham Forest

Everton v AFC Bournemouth

Leeds v Spurs

Leicester v West Ham

Man Utd v Fulham

Southampton v Liverpool

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