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Premier League releases 2022-23 season fixtures



The Premier League has released the 2022/23 fixtures with Crystal Palace v Arsenal being the first encounter for the new season.

Though the new EPL will begin on Friday 5 August at 8 pm Nigerian time, the Premier League said kick-offs are 15:00 for Saturdays and bank holidays unless stated otherwise.

According to Premier League, the fixtures are subject to change.

See the dates of all 380 matches below:

Friday 5 August

20:00 Crystal Palace v Arsenal

Saturday 6 August

12:30 Fulham v Liverpool
AFC Bournemouth v Aston Villa
Leeds v Wolves
Leicester v Brentford
Newcastle v Nottingham Forest
Spurs v Southampton
17:30 Everton v Chelsea

Sunday 7 August

14:00 Man Utd v Brighton
16:30 West Ham v Man City

Saturday 13 August

Arsenal v Leicester
Aston Villa v Everton
Brentford v Man Utd
Brighton v Newcastle
Chelsea v Spurs
Liverpool v Crystal Palace
Man City v AFC Bournemouth
Nottingham Forest v West Ham
Southampton v Leeds
Wolves v Fulham

Saturday 20 August

AFC Bournemouth v Arsenal
Crystal Palace v Aston Villa
Everton v Nottingham Forest
Fulham v Brentford
Leeds v Chelsea
Leicester v Southampton
Man Utd v Liverpool
Newcastle v Man City
Spurs v Wolves
West Ham v Brighton

Saturday 27 August

Arsenal v Fulham
Aston Villa v West Ham
Brentford v Everton
Brighton v Leeds
Chelsea v Leicester
Liverpool v AFC Bournemouth
Man City v Crystal Palace
Nottingham Forest v Spurs
Southampton v Man Utd
Wolves v Newcastle

Tuesday 30 August

19:45 AFC Bournemouth v Wolves
19:45 Arsenal v Aston Villa
19:45 Fulham v Brighton
19:45 Leeds v Everton
19:45 Leicester v Man Utd
19:45 West Ham v Spurs
20:00 Crystal Palace v Brentford

Wednesday 31 August

19:45 Southampton v Chelsea
20:00 Liverpool v Newcastle
20:00 Man City v Nottingham Forest

Saturday 3 September

Aston Villa v Man City
Brentford v Leeds
Brighton v Leicester
Chelsea v West Ham
Everton v Liverpool
Man Utd v Arsenal
Newcastle v Crystal Palace
Nottingham Forest v AFC Bournemouth
Spurs v Fulham
Wolves v Southampton

Saturday 10 September

AFC Bournemouth v Brighton
Arsenal v Everton
Crystal Palace v Man Utd
Fulham v Chelsea
Leeds v Nottingham Forest
Leicester v Aston Villa
Liverpool v Wolves
Man City v Spurs
Southampton v Brentford
West Ham v Newcastle

Saturday 17 September

Aston Villa v Southampton
Brentford v Arsenal
Brighton v Crystal Palace
Chelsea v Liverpool
Everton v West Ham
Man Utd v Leeds
Newcastle v AFC Bournemouth
Nottingham Forest v Fulham
Spurs v Leicester
Wolves v Man City

Saturday 1 October

AFC Bournemouth v Brentford
Arsenal v Spurs
Crystal Palace v Chelsea
Fulham v Newcastle
Leeds v Aston Villa
Leicester v Nottingham Forest
Liverpool v Brighton
Man City v Man Utd
Southampton v Everton
West Ham v Wolves

Saturday 8 October

AFC Bournemouth v Leicester
Arsenal v Liverpool
Brighton v Spurs
Chelsea v Wolves
Crystal Palace v Leeds
Everton v Man Utd
Man City v Southampton
Newcastle v Brentford
Nottingham Forest v Aston Villa
West Ham v Fulham

Saturday 15 October

Aston Villa v Chelsea
Brentford v Brighton
Fulham v AFC Bournemouth
Leeds v Arsenal
Leicester v Crystal Palace
Liverpool v Man City
Man Utd v Newcastle
Southampton v West Ham
Spurs v Everton
Wolves v Nottingham Forest

Tuesday 18 October

19:45 AFC Bournemouth v Southampton
19:45 Arsenal v Man City
19:45 Brentford v Chelsea
19:45 Brighton v Nottingham Forest
19:45 Fulham v Aston Villa
19:45 Leicester v Leeds
20:00 Crystal Palace v Wolves

Wednesday 19 October

19:45 Newcastle v Everton
20:00 Liverpool v West Ham
20:00 Man Utd v Spurs

Saturday 22 October

Aston Villa v Brentford
Chelsea v Man Utd
Everton v Crystal Palace
Leeds v Fulham
Man City v Brighton
Nottingham Forest v Liverpool
Southampton v Arsenal
Spurs v Newcastle
West Ham v AFC Bournemouth
Wolves v Leicester

Saturday 29 October

AFC Bournemouth v Spurs
Arsenal v Nottingham Forest
Brentford v Wolves
Brighton v Chelsea
Crystal Palace v Southampton
Fulham v Everton
Leicester v Man City
Liverpool v Leeds
Man Utd v West Ham
Newcastle v Aston Villa

Saturday 5 November

Aston Villa v Man Utd
Chelsea v Arsenal
Everton v Leicester
Leeds v AFC Bournemouth
Man City v Fulham
Nottingham Forest v Brentford
Southampton v Newcastle
Spurs v Liverpool
West Ham v Crystal Palace
Wolves v BrightonSaturday 12 November AFC Bournemouth v Everton Brighton v Aston Villa Fulham v Man Utd Liverpool v Southampton Man City v Brentford Newcastle v Chelsea Nottingham Forest v Crystal Palace Spurs v Leeds West Ham v Leicester Wolves v Arsenal Monday 26 December Arsenal v West Ham Aston Villa v Liverpool Brentford v Spurs Chelsea v AFC Bournemouth Crystal Palace v Fulham Everton v Wolves Leeds v Man City Leicester v Newcastle Man Utd v Nottingham Forest Southampton v Brighton Saturday 31 December AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace Brighton v Arsenal Fulham v Southampton Liverpool v Leicester Man City v Everton Newcastle v Leeds Nottingham Forest v Chelsea Spurs v Aston Villa West Ham v Brentford Wolves v Man Utd Monday 2 January Arsenal v Newcastle Aston Villa v Wolves Brentford v Liverpool Chelsea v Man City Crystal Palace v Spurs Everton v Brighton Leeds v West Ham Leicester v Fulham Man Utd v AFC Bournemouth Southampton v Nottingham Forest Saturday 14 January Aston Villa v Leeds Brentford v AFC Bournemouth Brighton v Liverpool Chelsea v Crystal Palace Everton v Southampton Man Utd v Man City Newcastle v Fulham Nottingham Forest v Leicester Spurs v Arsenal Wolves v West Ham Saturday 21 January AFC Bournemouth v Nottingham Forest Arsenal v Man Utd Crystal Palace v Newcastle Fulham v Spurs Leeds v Brentford Leicester v Brighton Liverpool v Chelsea Man City v Wolves Southampton v Aston Villa West Ham v Everton Saturday 4 February Aston Villa v Leicester Brentford v Southampton Brighton v AFC Bournemouth Chelsea v Fulham Everton v Arsenal Man Utd v Crystal Palace Newcastle v West Ham Nottingham Forest v Leeds Spurs v Man City Wolves v Liverpool Saturday 11 February AFC Bournemouth v Newcastle Arsenal v Brentford Crystal Palace v Brighton Fulham v Nottingham Forest Leeds v Man Utd Leicester v Spurs Liverpool v Everton Man City v Aston Villa Southampton v Wolves West Ham v Chelsea Saturday 18 February Aston Villa v Arsenal Brentford v Crystal Palace Brighton v Fulham Chelsea v Southampton Everton v Leeds Man Utd v Leicester Newcastle v Liverpool Nottingham Forest v Man City Spurs v West Ham Wolves v AFC Bournemouth Saturday 25 February AFC Bournemouth v Man City Crystal Palace v Liverpool Everton v Aston Villa Fulham v Wolves Leeds v Southampton Leicester v Arsenal Man Utd v Brentford Newcastle v Brighton Spurs v Chelsea West Ham v Nottingham Forest Saturday 4 March Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth Aston Villa v Crystal Palace Brentford v Fulham Brighton v West Ham Chelsea v Leeds Liverpool v Man Utd Man City v Newcastle Nottingham Forest v Everton Southampton v Leicester Wolves v Spurs Saturday 11 March AFC Bournemouth v Liverpool Crystal Palace v Man City Everton v Brentford Fulham v Arsenal Leeds v Brighton Leicester v Chelsea Man Utd v Southampton Newcastle v Wolves Spurs v Nottingham Forest West Ham v Aston Villa Saturday 18 March Arsenal v Crystal Palace Aston Villa v AFC Bournemouth Brentford v Leicester Brighton v Man Utd Chelsea v Everton Liverpool v Fulham Man City v West Ham Nottingham Forest v Newcastle Southampton v Spurs Wolves v Leeds Saturday 1 April AFC Bournemouth v Fulham Arsenal v Leeds Brighton v Brentford Chelsea v Aston Villa Crystal Palace v Leicester Everton v Spurs Man City v Liverpool Newcastle v Man Utd Nottingham Forest v Wolves West Ham v Southampton Saturday 8 April Aston Villa v Nottingham Forest Brentford v Newcastle Fulham v West Ham Leeds v Crystal Palace Leicester v AFC Bournemouth Liverpool v Arsenal Man Utd v Everton Southampton v Man City Spurs v Brighton Wolves v Chelsea Saturday 15 April Aston Villa v Newcastle Chelsea v Brighton Everton v Fulham Leeds v Liverpool Man City v Leicester Nottingham Forest v Man Utd Southampton v Crystal Palace Spurs v AFC Bournemouth West Ham v Arsenal Wolves v Brentford Saturday 22 April AFC Bournemouth v West Ham Arsenal v Southampton Brentford v Aston Villa Brighton v Man City Crystal Palace v Everton Fulham v Leeds Leicester v Wolves Liverpool v Nottingham Forest Man Utd v Chelsea Newcastle v Spurs Tuesday 25 April 19:45 Everton v Newcastle 19:45 Leeds v Leicester 19:45 Nottingham Forest v Brighton 19:45 Spurs v Man Utd 19:45 West Ham v Liverpool 19:45 Wolves v Crystal Palace 20:00 Aston Villa v Fulham Wednesday 26 April 19:45 Chelsea v Brentford 19:45 Southampton v AFC Bournemouth 20:00 Man City v Arsenal Saturday 29 April AFC Bournemouth v Leeds Arsenal v Chelsea Brentford v Nottingham Forest Brighton v Wolves Crystal Palace v West Ham Fulham v Man City Leicester v Everton Liverpool v Spurs Man Utd v Aston Villa Newcastle v Southampton Saturday 6 May AFC Bournemouth v Chelsea Brighton v Everton Fulham v Leicester Liverpool v Brentford Man City v Leeds Newcastle v Arsenal Nottingham Forest v Southampton Spurs v Crystal Palace West Ham v Man Utd Wolves v Aston Villa Saturday 13 May Arsenal v Brighton Aston Villa v Spurs Brentford v West Ham Chelsea v Nottingham Forest Crystal Palace v AFC Bournemouth Everton v Man City Leeds v Newcastle Leicester v Liverpool Man Utd v Wolves Southampton v Fulham Saturday 20 May AFC Bournemouth v Man Utd Brighton v Southampton Fulham v Crystal Palace Liverpool v Aston Villa Man City v Chelsea Newcastle v Leicester Nottingham Forest v Arsenal Spurs v Brentford West Ham v Leeds Wolves v Everton Sunday 28 May 16:00 Arsenal v Wolves 16:00 Aston Villa v Brighton 16:00 Brentford v Man City 16:00 Chelsea v Newcastle 16:00 Crystal Palace v Nottingham Forest 16:00 Everton v AFC Bournemouth 16:00 Leeds v Spurs 16:00 Leicester v West Ham 16:00 Man Utd v Fulham 16:00 Southampton v Liverpool


Awoniyi gives testimony in church after Nottingham Forest’s relegation survival (Video)




Taiwo Awoniyi, Super Eagles striker, says he prayed on “my knees from 6 am to 12noon” the day he scored a brace against Southampton in the just concluded English Premier League (EPL) season.

Awoniyi spoke while giving testimony during a recent church service tagged Koinonia and organised by the Eternity Network International (ENI).

The 25-year-old had scored his first EPL brace in a 4-3 victory over Southampton on May 8.

He would follow the performance with another brace against Chelsea the following week.

He also netted the vital goal that guaranteed Forest another season in the EPL.

Awoniyi scored 11 goals in all competitions for the club despite a few months of injury layoff.

While testifying in the church, the Ilorin-born striker acknowledged that the early stage of his move to the English side was “really tough”.

He added that the situation changed when Taiwo Jesudun, his wife, nudged him about his reluctant attitude towards prayer.

“I moved to England with my family. The beginning was really tough. I had no idea what was going on. My wife said to me, ‘You’ve stopped praying. You don’t pray the way you used to do anymore.’ And that was true,” Awoniyi said.

“So, on May 7, I think, Daddy was preaching about the ways of God. The first statement that I heard was that ‘everyone should return to the pattern that they used to praise God.’ That Monday, we had a game in the night. I was on my knees from 6 am to 12 noon. That night, that was the easiest game that I have played in my life. And I scored twice.

“My club, which was really struggling for relegation, moved from that zone and stayed in the league. I just want to give all the glory to God.”

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Benzema joins Saudi Arabia’s Al-Ittihad




Real Madrid’s Ballon d’Or winner Karim Benzema has signed to join Saudi Arabia’s Al-Ittihad for three years starting next season, a source in the Jeddah-based club told AFP on Tuesday.

“Benzema has signed a contract for his transfer to Al-Ittihad for a three-year period starting next season,” said the source.

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Chelsea appoint Pochettino as new manager




Chelsea have confirmed the appointment of Mauricio Pochettino as the English Premier League (EPL) club’s new manager.

The club announced Pochettino’s appointment via a statement on Monday.

The former Tottenham coach signed a two-year contract, with the option of a further year.

He takes over from July 1, replacing Frank Lampard, the club’s departing interim manager.

“Chelsea Football Club is pleased to confirm Mauricio Pochettino will become head coach of the men’s team from the beginning of the 2023/24 season,” the statement reads.

“The Argentine will begin his new role on 1 July 2023 on a two-year contract, with a club option of a further year.”

Speaking on the appointment of the former PSG coach, Laurence Stewart and Paul Winstanley, Chelsea’s co-sporting directors, said Pochettino’s experience, commitment to development and winning were key in his selection to replace Thomas Tuchel who was sacked earlier in the just-concluded season.

“Mauricio’s experience, standards of excellence, leadership qualities and character will serve Chelsea Football Club well as we move forward,” they added.

“He is a winning coach, who has worked at the highest levels, in multiple leagues and languages. His ethos, tactical approach and commitment to development all made him the exceptional candidate.”

Chelsea finished a disappointing 11th in the 2022/23 EPL season despite the new owners spending over £500 million in the season’s transfer market.

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