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Premier League 2022-23 fixtures in full as Man Utd, Liverpool and Arsenal learn schedules

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All 20 Premier League teams have discovered their schedules for the coming season with some stand-out ties on the opening day, including Manchester United opening up the Erik ten Hag era against Brighton at Old Trafford

Erik ten Hag will kick off his Manchester United tenure at Old Trafford when the Red Devils entertain Brighton and Hove Albion on the opening weekend of the 2022-23 Premier League season.

The Dutchman will take charge of his first competitive game on Sunday, August 7, in a 2 pm kickoff with the clash having been selected for TV coverage on Sky Sports. It will be followed by the champions, Manchester City, who head to the London Stadium for a tricky opening test against West Ham as Pep Guardiola seeks a fifth league title in six seasons.

The season gets underway on Friday night at Selhurst Park, with Crystal Palace hosting Arsenal in an 8 pm kickoff. The first early Saturday fixture sees newly-promoted Fulham, having romped to the Championship title last term, host Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool at Craven Cottage.

In the opening 3 pm kickoffs, Bournemouth host Aston Villa, Leeds face Wolves at Elland Road, Nottingham Forest head north to face Newcastle United while both Tottenham and Leicester have home matches, against Southampton and Brentford respectively.

Everton vs Chelsea will be the opening 5.30 pm kickoff of the campaign at Goodison Park.

The standout fixture from the second weekend sees Antonio Conte’s Tottenham head to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea, while Manchester United head to Brentford, and newly-promoted Forest meet West Ham, as the City Ground hosts its first Premier League game in over 20 years.

Last season’s top two do battle for the first time at Anfield on October 15; the return comes at the Etihad on April 1.

England boss Gareth Southgate has got his wish with none of the so-called ‘Big Six’ meeting one another in the final round of matches before the World Cup in Qatar. That weekend, November 12, sees Liverpool host Southampton, Manchester City meet Brentford at the Etihad, Chelsea travel to Newcastle, Spurs entertain Leeds, Arsenal head to Wolves and Fulham take on Manchester United.

When the teams return to domestic action on Boxing Day, City head to Elland Road to face Leeds while Liverpool take on Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa at Villa Park. A full slate of New Year’s Eve fixtures includes Spurs vs Aston Villa, Liverpool vs Leicester and Wolves vs Manchester United.

See the full list of Premier League fixtures for the entirety of the 2022-23 season below.

Week 1

  • Crystal Palace v Arsenal – August 5 – 8pm
  • Fulham v Liverpool – August 6 – 12:30pm
  • Bournemouth v Aston Villa – August 6 – 3pm
  • Leeds United v Wolverhampton – August 6 – 3pm
  • Leicester City v Brentford – August 6 – 3pm
  • Newcastle United v Nottingham Forest – August 6 – 3pm
  • Tottenham Hotspur v Southampton – August 6 – 3pm
  • Everton v Chelsea – August 6 – 5:30pm
  • Manchester United v Brighton – August 7 – 2pm
  • West Ham United v Manchester City – August 7 – 4:30pm

Week 2 – August 13

  • Arsenal v Leicester City
  • Aston Villa v Everton
  • Brentford v Manchester United
  • Brighton v Newcastle United
  • Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur
  • Liverpool v Crystal Palace
  • Manchester City v A.F.C. Bournemouth
  • Nottingham Forest v West Ham United
  • Southampton v Leeds United
  • Wolverhampton v Fulham

Week 3 – August 20

  • A.F.C. Bournemouth v Arsenal
  • Crystal Palace v Aston Villa
  • Everton v Nottingham Forest
  • Fulham v Brentford
  • Leeds United v Chelsea
  • Leicester City v Southampton
  • Manchester United v Liverpool
  • Newcastle United v Manchester City
  • Tottenham Hotspur v Wolverhampton
  • West Ham United v Brighton
Salah and Liverpool head to Old Trafford in just the third week of the season

Salah and Liverpool head to Old Trafford in just the third week of the season ( 

Image: AFP via Getty Images)

Week 4 – August 27

  • Arsenal v Fulham
  • Aston Villa v West Ham United
  • Brentford v Everton
  • Brighton v Leeds United
  • Chelsea v Leicester City
  • Liverpool v A.F.C. Bournemouth
  • Manchester City v Crystal Palace
  • Nottingham Forest v Tottenham Hotspur
  • Southampton v Manchester United
  • Wolverhampton v Newcastle United

Week 5 – August 30/31

  • A.F.C. Bournemouth v Wolverhampton – August 30 – 7:45pm
  • Arsenal v Aston Villa – August 30 – 7:45pm
  • Fulham v Brighton – August 30 – 7:45pm
  • Leeds United v Everton – August 30 – 7:45pm
  • Leicester City vs Manchester United – August 30 – 7:45pm
  • West Ham United v Tottenham Hotspur – August 30 – 7:45pm
  • Crystal Palace v Brentford – August 30 – 8pm
  • Southampton v Chelsea – August 31 – 7:45pm
  • Liverpool v Newcastle United – August 31 – 8pm
  • Manchester City v Nottingham Forest – August 31 – 8pm

Week 6 – September 3

  • Aston Villa v Manchester City
  • Brentford v Leeds United
  • Brighton v Leicester City
  • Chelsea v West Ham United
  • Everton v Liverpool
  • Manchester United v Arsenal
  • Newcastle United v Crystal Palace
  • Nottingham Forest v A.F.C. Bournemouth
  • Tottenham Hotspur v Fulham
  • Wolverhampton v Southampton

Week 7 – September 10

  • A.F.C. Bournemouth v Brighton
  • Arsenal v Everton
  • Crystal Palace v Manchester United
  • Fulham v Chelsea
  • Leeds United v Nottingham Forest
  • Leicester City v Aston Villa
  • Liverpool v Wolverhampton
  • Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur
  • Southampton v Brentford
  • West Ham United v Newcastle United
Spurs stunned City at the Etihad. Can they do so again?

Spurs stunned City at the Etihad. Can they do so again? ( 

Image: PA)

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