Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal are facing a tricky start to the 2022/23 season with a Friday night encounter against Patrick Vieira’s Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on 5 August.
The Eagles have become something of a bogey side in recent years with the Gunners winning just one of the last eight showdowns in the Premier League.
The fixture computer is a little kinder after that with Arsenal facing Leicester at the Emirates, Bournemouth at the Vitality and then home games with Fulham and Aston Villa to close out August.
The north London derbies are pencilled in for 1 October at the Emirates and 14 January at White Hart Lane.
As a result of the Qatar World Cup being moved to winter, the Premier League will take a mid-season breather after matchday 16 on 12/13 November. The action will resume on Boxing Day, eight days after the World Cup final, when we take on West Ham United at home.
On the final day of the season, we’ll host Wolves.
As for tricky runs, October includes games against Sp*rs, Liverpool and Manchester City while April also includes showdowns with Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola. Realistically, we’ll be freaking out before and after every game because everything is difficult these days.
TV selections haven’t been made yet so all of the dates are subject to change.
PROVISIONAL DATES FOR 2022/23
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