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Arsenal 2022/23 Premier League fixtures in full: Good start but Man City and Chelsea in run-in

The Premier League have confirmed the fixtures for the 2022/23 season, with the Gunners getting their campaign underway at Crystal Palace as part of what appears to be a relatively generous start

Arsenal’s Premier League fixtures have been revealed for the 2022/23 season.

The Gunners will begin their quest to qualify for the Champions League with a Friday night trip to Crystal Palace which kicks off a relatively generous-looking start to the campaign. They face just two of last season’s top 10 in their opening eight games, with Manchester United being the only big six side they play in that time.

However, once they reach October Mikel Arteta’s side are hit with a tough run that sees them face Tottenham, Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea in the space of seven matches. They then travel to Wolves in the final game before the Premier League breaks off for the World Cup in Qatar on the weekend of the 12th of November.

Things get back underway on Boxing Day when then they host West Ham. A tough-looking January then sees them face Spurs and Manchester United in consecutive matches.

Despite such a promising-looking opening, Arsenal do face a much more difficult prospect toward the end of the season. They face Liverpool and Manchester City away in the final two months, as well as hosting Chelsea. Given that Arsenal will be hopeful of reaching the latter stages of the Europa League, this could be a tricky one for Arteta’s thin squad to manage.

Arsenal 2022/23 Premier League fixtures in full

August
5/8 – Crystal Palace (A) 20:00

13/8 – Leicester (H) 15:00

20/8 – Bournemouth (A) 15:00

27/8 – Fulham (H)

30/8 – Aston Villa (H) 19:45

September

3/9 – Manchester United (A) 15:00

10/9 – Everton (H) 15:00

17/9 – Brentford (A) 15:00

October

1/10 – Tottenham Hotspur (H) 15:00

8/10 – Liverpool (H)

15/10 – Leeds (A) 15:00

18/10 – Manchester City (H) 19:45

22/10 – Southampton (A) 15:00

29/10 – Nottingham Forest (H) 15:00

November

5/11 – Chelsea (A) 15:00

12/11 – Wolves (A) 15:00

December

26/12 – West Ham (H) 15:00

31/12 – Brighton (A) 15:00

January

2/1 – Newcastle (H) 15:00

14/1 – Tottenham Hotspur (A) 15:00

21/1 – Manchester United (H) 15:00

February

4/2 – Everton (A) 15:00

11/2 – Brentford (H) 15:00

18/2 – Aston Villa (A) 15:00

25/2 – Leicester (A) 15:00

March

4/3 – Bournemouth (H) 15:00

11/3 – Fulham (A) 15:00

18/3 – Crystal Palace (H) 15:00

April

1/4 – Leeds United (H) 15:00

8/4 – Liverpool (A) 15:00

15/4 – West Ham (A) 15:00

22/4 – Southampton (H) 15:00

26/4 – Manchester City (A) 20:00

29/4 – Chelsea (H) 15:00

May

6/5 – Newcastle (A) 15:00

13/5 – Brighton (H) 15:00

20/5 – Nottingham Forest (A) 15:00

28/5 – Wolves (H) 15:00

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