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After bottling Champions league spot to Tottenham. Arsenal will be looking to go one better and earn a top-four finish by the climax of the 2022-23 Premier League campaign. According to the Arsenal Premier League fixtures of 2022-23 Gunners will tour Crystal Palace in an away game.
Arsenal's previous league season summery
Arsenal really bottled their three-in-hand match lead in the final 4 rounds of the premier league matches. The Gunners' fifth-placed position was two points behind arch-rivals Tottenham. They tried to re-established themselves as a team to reach the Champions League but ultimately fell just short in the race.
What if the Champions League didn't work for them. Mikel Arteta has guided the Gunners back into Europe after a season away. Meaning Thursday night action will again become a feature of their fixtures when they return to the Europa League.
Arsenal Premier League fixtures 2022-23
In the very first league match, Arsenal has to travel away. Arsenal's 2022-23 fixtures were released on Thursday, June 16. In addition to the near month-long break for the FIFA World Cup, there will be two FIFA international breaks:
- Sept. 19-27, 2022
- March 20-28, 2023.
A total of 16 Premier League matchdays will be played before the FIFA World Cup break and the remaining 22 following the World Cup.
|1||5 August||Crystal Palace||A||8 p.m.|
|2||13 August||Leicester City||H||3 p.m.|
|3||20 August||Bournemouth||A||3 p.m.|
|4||27 August||Fulham||H||3 p.m.|
|5||30 August||Aston Villa||H||7:45 p.m.|
|6||3 September||Manchester United||A||3 p.m.|
|7||10 August||Everton||H||3 p.m.|
|8||17 August||Brentford||A||3 p.m.|
|9||1 October||Tottenham||H||3 p.m.|
|10||8 October||Liverpool||H||3 p.m.|
|11||15 October||Leeds United||A||3 p.m.|
|12||18 October||Manchester City||H||7:45 p.m.|
|13||22 October||Southampton||A||3 p.m.|
|14||29 October||Nottingham Forest||H||3 p.m.|
|15||5 November||Chelsea||A||3 p.m.|
|16||12 November||Wolves||A||3 p.m.|
|17||26 November||West Ham||H||3 p.m.|
|18||31 December||Brighton||A||3 p.m.|
|19||2 January||Newcastle United||H||3 p.m.|
|20||14 January||Tottenham||A||3 p.m.|
|21||21 January||Manchester United||H||3 p.m.|
|22||4 February||Everton||A||3 p.m.|
|23||11 February||Brentford||H||3 p.m.|
|24||18 February||Aston Villa||A||3 p.m.|
|25||25 February||Leicester City||A||3 p.m.|
|26||4 March||Bournemouth||H||3 p.m.|
|27||11 March||Fulham||A||3 p.m.|
|28||18 March||Crystal Palace||H||3 p.m.|
|29||1 April||Leeds United||H||3 p.m.|
|30||8 April||Liverpool||A||3 p.m.|
|31||15 April||West Ham||A||3 p.m.|
|32||22 April||Southampton||H||3 p.m.|
|33||26 April||Manchester City||A||8 p.m.|
|34||29 April||Chelsea||H||3 p.m.|
|35||6 May||Newcastle United||A||3 p.m.|
|36||13 May||Brighton||H||3 p.m.|
|37||20 May||Nottingham Forest||A||3 p.m.|
|38||28 May||Wolves||H||4 p.m.|
Arsenal got the easiest starting fixture among the top 6 clubs. In the first 5 matches in August, Arsenal will face two newly promoted sides Fulham and Bournemouth.