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Arsenal 2022/23 Premier League Fixture List In Full

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Arsenal 2022/23 Premier League Fixture List In Full

Arsenal’s official fixture list has been announced by the Premier League, and some tough challenges lie ahead for the Gunners.

August 

The curtain-raiser is away at Selhurst park, continuing a trend in recent seasons of difficult opening games of the season for the Gunners. After that initial cauldron of fire, the August fixtures are far more presentable to Mikel Arteta’s side.

Crystal Palace v. Arsenal 

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Arsenal v Leicester City  

A.FC. Bournemouth v Arsenal 

Arsenal v Fulham 

Arsenal v Aston Villa 

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September

The second month of the season only sees three fixtures for Arsenal, however, in that is two away fixtures, including a journey to Erik Ten Haag’s Manchester United. 

Manchester United v Arsenal 

Arsenal v Everton 

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Brentford v Arsenal 

October

The month of Halloween lives up to its billing for the Gunners, with matches against fierce rivals Tottenham, as well as the visits to the runaway duopoly at the top of the pile last season, Manchester City and Liverpool.

Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur

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Arsenal v Liverpool

Leeds United v Arsenal

Arsenal v Manchester City

Southampton V Arsenal

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Arsenal v Nottingham Forest

November

As the World Cup approaches, there is a down-turn in the number of fixtures, only two scheduled to play in November, but two tough fixtures nonetheless, including the visit of London powerhouse Chelsea.

Chelsea v Arsenal

Wolverhampton V Arsenal

Arsenal Premier League fixtures in full (Arsenal)
Arsenal Premier League fixtures in full (Arsenal)

December

Premier League football doesn’t resume then until Boxing Day, although speculation has been apparent that senior officials in the league are considering alterations to the intensity of the Christmas schedule considering the onset of fatigue from the World Cup. As things stands, the Gunners have two league fixtures in December: 

Arsenal v West Ham United

Brighton v Arsenal

January

Footballing normality resumes at the turn of the year, and the new year greets Arsenal with colossal battles, most notably a chance of revenge, as they are set to battle Spurs at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium.

Arsenal v Newcastle United

Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal

Arsenal v Manchester United

February

The second month of the year will see the return of European knockout football, which the Gunners will expect to have qualified for. Alongside the potential European match ups are four league fixtures, which will force Arsenal around the country, playing on their home turf just once.

Everton V Arsenal

Arsenal v Brentford

Aston Villa v Arsenal

Leicester City v Arsenal

March

If the Gunners are still competing on multiple fronts come March, then they will be thankful for March, with two home games scheduled, and two of the three games against newly promoted opposition.

Arsenal v A.F.C. Bournemouth

Fulham V Arsenal

Arsenal v Crystal Palace

April

As Arteta’s side head into business end of the season, their resolve and competitiveness against the top sides will be tested, facing three of last season’s top four, with the top two being away from home.

Arsenal v Leeds United

Liverpool v Arsenal

West Ham United v Arsenal

Arsenal v Southampton

Manchester City v Arsenal

Arsenal v Chelsea

May

Into the final month of the season, four fixtures lay in front of the Gunners, a set of fixtures that those at London Colney will hope will solidify their hunt for Champions League football. The toughest fixture appears Newcastle away, a fixture that derailed all hope last season, a result Arteta will hope to repeat.

Newcastle United v Arsenal

Arsenal v Brighton

Nottingham Forest V Arsenal

Arsenal v Wolverhampton 

Ultimately, Arsenal will play everyone twice, and if they want to secure Champions League football, the fixture list shouldn’t be the deciding factor. That said, in a season looking increasingly impacted by a winter World Cup, the brutal fixtures of October and April by all accounts seem crucial.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Arsenal, Crystal Palace, Tottenham Hotspur, Premier League

Jake Lennard
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