2022/23 Fixtures

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AUGUST

Saturday 6 August, 2022 | Brentford H
Saturday 13 August, 2022 | Arsenal A
Saturday 20 August, 2022 | Southampton H
Saturday 27 August, 2022 | Chelsea A
Tuesday 30 August, 2022 | Manchester United H

SEPTEMBER

Saturday 3 September, 2022 | Brighton & Hove Albion A
Saturday 10 September, 2022 | Aston Villa H
Saturday 17 September, 2022 | Tottenham Hotspur A

OCTOBER

Saturday 1 October, 2022 | Nottingham Forest H
Saturday 8 October, 2022 | AFC Bournemouth A
Saturday 15 October, 2022 | Crystal Palace H
Tuesday 18 October, 2022 | Leeds United H ~ live on Amazon Prime
Saturday 22 October, 2022 | Wolverhampton Wanderers A
Saturday 29 October, 2022 | Manchester City H

NOVEMBER

Saturday 5 November, 2022 | Everton A
Saturday 12 November, 2022 | West Ham United A

DECEMBER

Monday 26 December, 2022 | Newcastle United H ~ live on Amazon Prime
Saturday 31 December, 2022 | Liverpool A

JANUARY

Monday 2 January, 2023 | Fulham H
Saturday 14 January, 2023 | Nottingham Forest A
Saturday 21 January, 2023 | Brighton & Hove Albion H

FEBRUARY

Saturday 4 February, 2023 | Aston Villa A
Saturday 11 February, 2023 | Tottenham Hotspur H
Saturday 18 February, 2023 | Manchester United A
Saturday 25 February, 2023 | Arsenal H

MARCH

Saturday 4 March, 2023 | Southampton A
Saturday 11 March, 2023 | Chelsea H
Saturday 18 March, 2023 | Brentford A

APRIL

Saturday 1 April, 2023 | Crystal Palace A
Saturday 8 April, 2023 | AFC Bournemouth H
Saturday 15 April, 2023 | Manchester City A
Saturday 22 April, 2023 | Wolverhampton Wanderers H
Tuesday 25 April, 2023 | Leeds United A
Saturday 29 April, 2023 | Everton H

MAY

Saturday 6 May, 2023 | Fulham A
Saturday 13 May, 2023 | Liverpool H
Saturday 20 May, 2023 | Newcastle United A
Sunday 28 May, 2023 | West Ham United H
 
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FOX Franks

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Looks a pretty reasonable spread, no horrendous groupings in there.
Without Europe and minimising injuries, we could be in for a very good season.
 

Biffa Bacon

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No home game between 29th October and 26th December.

Not for the last time, can I say **** this stupid World Cup.
I'm happy with a long winter break, it means I can go to New Zealand in their summer without missing any matches
 

tedfoxxx

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Relegation confirmed away at Newcastle

Foxes Lose Heads at St James’ Park
 

homer

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First seven home games all pretty winnable

Gerrinto'em
 

Ike O'Noclassed

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Disrupted schedules, tiredness, post-Covid thingies, international distractions, probably the first time in seven years that circumstances give a chance for glory to a team light on World Cup call ups, no European or other cup distractions and the hutzpah to grasp for it.

Wonder how we'll get on?
 

City Fan

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Disrupted schedules, tiredness, post-Covid thingies, international distractions, probably the first time in seven years that circumstances give a chance for glory to a team light on World Cup call ups, no European or other cup distractions and the hutzpah to grasp for it.

Wonder how we'll get on?
He’ll still find some excuses.
 

popillius

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No home game between 29th October and 26th December.

Not for the last time, can I say **** this stupid World Cup.
Not for the last time, I'll second that.

**** this stupid World Cup and the ****s who organised it.
 
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