Tin Hag faces a difficult task, and Man City starts at West Ham

The fixture list for the 2022-23 Premier League season was released on Thursday, with defending champions Manchester City at West Ham and Eric ten Hag’s Manchester United reign starting with a home game against Brighton, off to a grim start. his new job.

City grabbed the 2021-22 title in extraordinary fashion on the final day, coming from a 2-0 down to beat Aston Villa 3-2 and beat Liverpool in an exciting race. Pep Guardiola’s side are vying to become the first Premier League side to win the title three seasons in a row since Manchester United in 2009; Their campaign begins at the London Stadium, before hosting the newly promoted Bournemouth.

The first meeting between the two best players of last season comes on October 15 when Guardiola’s men visit Anfield, with the corresponding fixture on April 1. Jurgen Klopp’s side start their campaign against newly promoted Fulham at Craven Cottage.

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Manchester United suffered the nightmare of the 2021-22 season, ending with the lowest points tally in the Premier League era. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked mid-season and provisionally taken by Ralf Rangnick, leaving the club this summer before the end of his two-year advisory role.

Ten Hag is the latest man to try to stop corruption at Old Trafford, and he has a tough start at United. A home game against Liverpool is the club’s third game of the season, on 20 August. In that match last season, Solskjaer’s side suffered the most humiliating defeat in their history when Liverpool won 5-0.

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United’s first 10 matches of the campaign also included trips to Leicester and Everton As well as visiting Arsenal. The first Manchester derby of the season comes on October 1 at the Etihad, with the Old Trafford game on January 14.

The 2022-23 season begins with Crystal Palace against Arsenal on Friday 5 August, followed by another seven-game program on Saturday, including Everton led by Frank Lampard who hosts ex-Chelsea.

Tottenham led by Antonio Conte beat Arsenal led by Mikel Arteta to achieve the remaining spot in the Champions League last season, and the team opens with a home match against Southampton, with the first north London derby of the season in the Emirates on October 1.

The Premier League is in its 30th year since its inception in 1992, and the new season is taking a different shape from previous campaigns, with the league being suspended in November due to the Qatar World Cup. The league’s pre-tournament final matches take place on November 12-13, and the FA has submitted an official request to the Premier League requesting that matches between the Big Six not be scheduled for the weekend before the start of the World Cup, according to sources. ESPN said.

There are no Big Six competitions this weekend, with City hosting Brentford, Liverpool hosting Southampton, Chelsea hosting Newcastle, Tottenham hosting Leeds and Arsenal traveling to Wolverhampton and United to face Fulham at Craven Cottage.

The World Cup Final will be held on December 18. The Premier League returns on December 26 with a full program of matches including Liverpool at Steven Gerrard Stadium, Aston Villa, Leeds against Manchester City, and the London derby between Arsenal and West Ham. The next round of matches won’t be until New Year’s Eve this season, to ease the workload for post-World Cup teams.

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Elsewhere on opening day, Nottingham Forest, who returned to the First Division for the first time in 23 years, kicked off with a trip to St James’ Park to face Newcastle, while Bournemouth host new boys Aston Villa.

Matches are subject to change, due to the transmission of matches for television purposes and how teams can progress in domestic and European cup competitions.

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