ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

Fulham’s fixtures of Premier League 2022-23 season in full.

Fulham's fixtures, Six Sports

The Premier League has today revealed the Fulham’s fixtures and other teams’ fixtures for the 2022-23 campaign. For Fulham, it begins with a home against title contenders Liverpool.

Fulham’s return to the Premier League begins at home against Liverpool. In August, they face Brentford and Arsenal which will bring the London derbies. They will face their West London rivals Chelsea in September at home and in February in the away fixture. The newly-promoted side will then face tougher opposition in the form of Manchester City and Manchester United.

The Premier League will then take a break for the World Cup. On the boxing day, they will be traveling to Selhurst Park to face Crystal Palace. They will begin the new year with an away meeting with Leicester City. Fulham will wrap up their campaign with a trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United. AN EYE ON

FULHAM’S 2022-23 PREMIER LEAGUE FIXTURES IN FULL

August

6 – Liverpool (H)
13 – Wolverhampton (A)
20 – Brentford (H)
27 – Arsenal (A)
30 – Brighton (H)

September

3 – Tottenham Hotspur (A)
10 – Chelsea (H)
17 – Nottingham Forest (A)

October

01 – Newcastle United (H)
08 – West Ham United (A)
15 – A.F.C. Bournemouth (H)
18 – Aston Villa (H)
22 – Leeds United (A)
29 – Everton (H)

November

5 – Manchester City (A)
12 – Manchester United (H)

December

26 – Crystal Palace (A)
31 – Southampton (H)

January

2 – Leicester City (A)
14 – Newcastle United (A)
21 – Tottenham Hotspur (H)

February

4 – Chelsea (A)
11 – Nottingham Forest (H)
18 – Brighton (A)
25 – Wolverhampton (H)

March

4 – Brentford (A)
11 – Arsenal (H)
18 – Liverpool (A)

April

1 – A.F.C. Bournemouth (A)
8 – West Ham United (H)
15 – Everton (A)
22 – Leeds United (H)
25 – Aston Villa (A)
29 – Manchester City (H)

May

6 – Leicester City (H)
13 – Southampton (A)
20 – Crystal Palace (H)
28 – Manchester United (A)

Fulham’s target and ambition this season will be to avoid relegation. The London side will need their strikers to score goals and their defenders to avoid embarrassing scorelines.

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