Ten Hague has to face tough work, Man City started in West Ham

The fixtures schedule for the 2022-23 Premier League season was announced on Thursday, beginning with champions Manchester City West Ham and beginning the Eric Ten Hague era at Manchester United with a home match against Brighton. His new job.

City won the 2021-22 championship 2-0 on the final day, beating Aston Villa 3-2 and beating Liverpool in a thrilling race. Pep Guardiola’s side are vying to become the first Premier League team since Manchester United in 2009 to win the trophy for three consecutive seasons and their campaign will begin at London Stadium, before hosting the newly promoted Bournemouth.

The first meeting between the first two teams of the previous season will take place on 15 October, when Guardiola’s men visit Anfield, with the same match on 1 April. His campaign began at Craven Cottage against Fulham, the newly promoted side of the Jर्गrgen Klopp side.

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Manchester United endured a nightmare in the 2021-22 season, ending with their lowest points in the Premier League era. Ole Gunnar Solskjयरr was sacked in the middle of the campaign and Ralph Rangnik took over on an interim basis, leaving the club this summer just before the end of his two-year advisory role.

Ten Hogg is the latest man to try to stop the rot at Old Trafford and has had a good start to his career at United with the third game of the club’s season at home against Liverpool on 20 August. In that match last season, when Liverpool won 5-0, Solskier’s side suffered the most embarrassing defeat in their history.

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The first 10 matches of United’s campaign include visits to Leicester and Everton, as well as visits to Arsenal. The first Manchester derby of the season will take place on 1 October in Etihad, the Old Trafford match will take place on 14 January.

The 2022-23 season begins on Friday 5 August against Crystal Palace at Arsenal and then on Saturday with a schedule of seven more matches, with Frank Lampard’s Everton hosting the former club Chelsea.

Antonio Conte’s Tottenham beat Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal in the remaining berths of the Champions League last season and they started the home game against Southampton on 1 October with the first North London derby of the season at the Emirates.

The Premier League is in its 30th year since its inception in 1992, and the new season takes on a different shape than previous campaigns, with the World Cup in Qatar ending the league in November. The final league matches before the tournament will take place on November 12-13, and the English Football Association has submitted a formal request to the Premier League that matches in the “Big Six” not be held that weekend before the World Cup. Starts, sources told ESPN.

There were no Big Six tournaments that weekend, with City facing Brentford, Southampton at Liverpool, Chelsea at Newcastle, Tottenham at Leeds, Arsenal visiting Wolves and Fulham at Craven’s Cottage.

The World Cup final is on December 18 and the Premier League will return on December 26 with Steven Gerrard’s full schedule of matches, including the London derby between Leeds vs Manchester City and Arsenal and West Ham at Aston Villa, Liverpool. The next round matches will not be held this season until New Year’s Eve to reduce the workload on the teams after the World Cup.

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Elsewhere on the opening day, Nottingham Forest, returning to the top flight for the first time in 23 years, begins with a trip to St. James Park to face Newcastle, while fellow newbie Bournemouth host Aston Villa.

Fixtures can change due to the move of matches for the purpose of television and how teams can progress in domestic and European Cup competitions.

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