The Premier League fixture for 2022/23 season has been released. We will review how and when the Premier League big six teams rivalry will occur next season.

Manchester City will be hoping to defend their title with new signings such as Erling Halaand and Julian Alvarez to booster their attack.

Last season’s runner-up, Liverpool have already responded to the Cityzens signing Halaand by signing their own Uraguay poster boy from Benfica, Darwin Nunez. Despite Sadio Mane urge to leave the club, they’re still string contenders for the title.

Chelsea have lost one of their main center backs to Real Madrid already this summer and could lose Christensen to Barcelona in coming days. However, once the board find their footings, they will no longer be on the sidelines in the transfer market and could be on the hunt for Jules Kounde and a new striker if Lukaku’s return to Inter Milan is successful.

Tottenham Hotspur got themselves a league winning manager lsst season and they could be on the verge of doing the impossible if they can keep Kane and Son. The North London team have already signed Ivan Perisic from Inter Milan and are are about to sign Brighton’s top rated Bissouma on a £20 million steal.

Manchester United got themselves a fancy manager, Erik ten Hag and are inclined to focus on their rebuilding project. However, this doesn’t eliminate them from the Premier League winning contention especially with presence of a born winner like Cristiano Ronaldo. Manchester United have been awfully quiet in the transfer window unlike their noisy neighbours, Manchester City who have already signed two forwards. The Red Devils are currently linked to Christain Eriksen and Frenkie De Jong.

The Gunners recently signed center back Marquinous from the Brazilian league and are still in the market for Strikers and midfielders.

Manchester City lifting the 2021/22 Premier League Title.

It is evident that the winners of the next season Premier League will come down to how each team maximize their points against their main rivals.

August

13: Chelsea v Tottenham

20: Manchester United v Liverpool

September

3: Manchester United v Arsenal

10: Manchester City v Tottenham

17: Chelsea v Liverpool

October

1: Arsenal v Tottenham, Manchester City v Manchester United

8: Arsenal v Liverpool

15: Liverpool v Manchester City

18: Arsenal v Manchester City

19: Manchester United v Tottenham

22: Chelsea v Manchester United

November

5: Chelsea v Arsenal, Tottenham v Liverpool

January

2: Chelsea v Manchester City

14: Manchester United v Manchester City, Tottenham v Arsenal

21: Arsenal v Manchester United, Liverpool v Chelsea

February

4: Tottenham v Manchester City

25: Tottenham v Chelsea

March

4: Liverpool v Manchester United

April

1: Manchester City v Liverpool

8: Liverpool v Arsenal

22: Manchester United v Chelsea

25: Tottenham v Manchester United

26: Manchester City v Arsenal

29: Arsenal v Chelsea, Liverpool v Tottenham

May

20: Manchester City v Chelsea