Premier League Fixtures and Results, Gameweek 1

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The Premier League returns this weekend as Cyrstal Palace and Arsenal go head-to-head in the 2022/23 season curtain raiser.

There are favourable opening fixtures for Liverpool and Spurs, who take on Fulham and Southampton respectively, while Man City travel to London to take on David Moyes' West Ham.

Crystal Palace vs Arsenal promises to be an entertaining encounter as the Gunners look to go one better than last season's fifth-place finish, while Chelsea travel to Merseyside to take on Frank Lampard's Everton.

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Nottingham Forest will play their first top-flight game in over 20 years when they turn out at St. James's Park on Saturday afternoon, while newly-promoted Bournemouth welcome Aston Villa to Dean Court.

Here are all the confirmed fixtures, kick-off times and results for Gameweek 1 of the 2022/23 Premier League season.

Premier League Fixtures and Results

Friday, August 5th

  • Crystal Palace 0-2 Arsenal - 8pm

Arsenal will cut the ribbon for the second season running as they look to avoid a repeat of their disastrous opening night defeat against Brentford last season when they visit Selhurst Park this weekend.

Saturday, August 6th

  • Fulham 2-2 Liverpool - 12:30pm
  • Bournemouth 2-0 Aston Villa - 3pm
  • Leeds 2-1 Wolves - 3pm
  • Spurs 4-1 Southampton - 3pm
  • Newcastle 2-0 Nottingham Forest - 3pm
  • Everton 0-1 Chelsea - 5:30pm
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All three newly promoted sides will play on Saturday afternoon with Newcastle vs Nottingham Forest looking like the most entertaining of the three fixtures. Everton host Chelsea in the late kick-off.

Sunday, August 7th

  • Leicester 2-2 Brentford - 2pm
  • Manchester United 1-2 Brighton - 2pm
  • West Ham 0-2 Manchester City - 4.30pm
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Reigning champions Manchester City will travel to the London Stadium in the final match of Gameweek 1 as they take on a West Ham side that knocked them out of the Carabao Cup last term.