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Manchester United’s Premier League fixture list for the 2022/23 has been revealed.
After a mostly brilliant start to the league campaign last season under Ole Gunnar Solskjær, the domestic league season quickly derailed and fell apart.
Despite memorable wins against Newcastle United and Leeds United in the opening weeks of the season, losses in both the league and Champions league took their toll on the squad, and after a depressing 4-2 defeat to Leicester in October, the season started to look increasingly bleak.
Erik ten Hag and the Manchester United squad will be determined to not repeat history, however securing a good and sustainable start to the coming season’s Premier League campaign will both require an intense and well-worked pre-season as well as a little bit of luck as to who the club will face in the opening weeks.
The fixture dates for this Premier League season will be a new design due to the Qatar 2022 World Cup being held across November and December, with specifically a reduced fixture congestion around the festive calendar of matches – the Premier League will only hold fixtures on Boxing Day (26 December), New Year’s Eve (31 December), and 2 January as a move to ease player burnout following the World Cup.
The Premier League season is due to end on Sunday 28 May 2023, where every fixture on that date is due to kick off at the same time.
Fans will be eager to see when United play each of the top 6 sides, with Liverpool and Manchester City both appearing in the club's opening 10 fixtures.
The Red Devils' run in is favourable, with the club facing none of the "big six" sides in the final five fixtures, and the final two being against two sides who have only been promoted to the Premier League last season.
Manchester United’s FULL Premier League fixture list:
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