Premier League’s 2022/23

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Premier League’s 2021/22 season will start from 13 August, 2021 and will finish on Sunday 22  May, 2022. There are 20 teams playing each other twice, that amounts to 380 games of great football spectacle. Top four teams will qualify directly for Champions League and last three teams will be relegated to the Championship.

PL 2021/22 season will start Friday night, 13  August, 8 pm with an awesome opening game between  Brentford vs Arsenal. Then 14 August 12:30  CET, Man United  will face Leeds. See full details from Premier League Match Day 1 HERE

Man City have been crowned 2020-21 Premier League champions, this is their third title success in the last four years.

Friday 13 August

20:00 Brentford v Arsenal

Saturday 14 August

12:30 Man Utd v Leeds
Burnley v Brighton
Chelsea v Crystal Palace
Everton v Southampton
Leicester v Wolves
Watford v Aston Villa
17:30 Norwich v Liverpool

Sunday 15 August

14:00 Newcastle v West Ham
16:30 Spurs v Man City

Saturday 21 August

12:30 Liverpool v Burnley
Aston Villa v Newcastle
Crystal Palace v Brentford
Leeds v Everton
Man City v Norwich
17:30 Brighton v Watford

Sunday 22 August

14:00 Southampton v Man Utd
14:00 Wolves v Spurs
16:30 Arsenal v Chelsea

Monday 23 August

20:00 West Ham v Leicester

Saturday 28 August

12:30 Man City v Arsenal
Aston Villa v Brentford
Brighton v Everton
Newcastle v Southampton
Norwich v Leicester
West Ham v Crystal Palace
17:30 Liverpool v Chelsea

Sunday 29 August

14:00 Burnley v Leeds
14:00 Spurs v Watford
16:30 Wolves v Man Utd

Saturday 11 September

12:30 Crystal Palace v Spurs
Arsenal v Norwich
Brentford v Brighton
Leicester v Man City
Man Utd v Newcastle
Southampton v West Ham
Watford v Wolves
17:30 Chelsea v Aston Villa**

Sunday 12 September

16:30 Leeds v Liverpool**

Monday 13 September

20:00 Everton v Burnley

Friday 17 September

20:00 Newcastle v Leeds

Saturday 18 September

12:30 Wolves v Brentford
Burnley v Arsenal
Liverpool v Crystal Palace
Man City v Southampton
Norwich v Watford
17:30 Aston Villa v Everton

Sunday 19 September

14:00 Brighton v Leicester
14:00 West Ham v Man Utd*
16:30 Spurs v Chelsea*

Saturday 25 September

12:30 Chelsea v Man City
Everton v Norwich
Leeds v West Ham
Leicester v Burnley
Man Utd v Aston Villa
Watford v Newcastle
17:30 Brentford v Liverpool

Sunday 26 September

14:00 Southampton v Wolves
16:30 Arsenal v Spurs

Monday 27 September

20:00 Crystal Palace v Brighton

Saturday 2 October

12:30 Man Utd v Everton
Burnley v Norwich
Chelsea v Southampton
Leeds v Watford
Spurs v Aston Villa
Wolves v Newcastle
17:30 Brighton v Arsenal

Sunday 3 October

14:00 Crystal Palace v Leicester
14:00 West Ham v Brentford
16:30 Liverpool v Man City

Saturday 16 October

12:30 Watford v Liverpool
Aston Villa v Wolves
Leicester v Man Utd
Man City v Burnley
Norwich v Brighton
Southampton v Leeds
17:30 Brentford v Chelsea

Sunday 17 October

14:00 Everton v West Ham
16:30 Newcastle v Spurs

Monday 18 October

20:00 Arsenal v Crystal Palace

Friday 22 October

20:00 Arsenal v Aston Villa

Saturday 23 October

12:30 Chelsea v Norwich
Crystal Palace v Newcastle
Everton v Watford
Leeds v Wolves
Southampton v Burnley
17:30 Brighton v Man City

Sunday 24 October

14:00 Brentford v Leicester
14:00 West Ham v Spurs***
16:30 Man Utd v Liverpool***

Saturday 30 October

12:30 Leicester v Arsenal
Burnley v Brentford
Liverpool v Brighton
Man City v Crystal Palace
Newcastle v Chelsea
Watford v Southampton
17:30 Spurs v Man Utd

Sunday 31 October

14:00 Norwich v Leeds
16:30 Aston Villa v West Ham

Monday 1 November

20:00 Wolves v Everton

Saturday 6 November

Arsenal v Watford
Brentford v Norwich
Brighton v Newcastle
Chelsea v Burnley
Crystal Palace v Wolves
Everton v Spurs*
Leeds v Leicester*
Man Utd v Man City
Southampton v Aston Villa
West Ham v Liverpool*

Saturday 20 November

Aston Villa v Brighton
Burnley v Crystal Palace
Leicester v Chelsea
Liverpool v Arsenal
Man City v Everton
Newcastle v Brentford
Norwich v Southampton
Spurs v Leeds
Watford v Man Utd
Wolves v West Ham

Saturday 27 November

Arsenal v Newcastle
Brentford v Everton
Brighton v Leeds
Burnley v Spurs*
Chelsea v Man Utd
Crystal Palace v Aston Villa
Leicester v Watford*
Liverpool v Southampton
Man City v West Ham*
Norwich v Wolves

Read HERE the premier league fixtures and  full odds

Premier League 2021/22 News &Transfers

It announces to be an exciting season following some great transfers and changes from last season.

Manchester City are delighted to announce the signing of Jack Grealish on a six-year deal.


Man City were busy as always and paid record fee to sign Grealish from Aston Villa. They are hunting for a fourth successive Premier league title.

City paid a fee of 100 million pounds ($139 million), Villa chief executive Christian Purslow confirmed. That’s the most ever paid by a Premier League club.

The 25-year-old Grealish signed a six-year contract with manager Pep Guardiola’s squad and  hopes he can integrate fast  and straighten the squad for new season.

Furthermore, Man City signed Scott Carson  from Derby. The 35-year-old joined in 2019, initially on a one-year free loan deal from Derby County.

Following the great Champions League season when Liverpool  spent £174 million in transfers. Jurgen Klopp signed in so far only  22-year-old defender Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig.


Konate will move to Anfield after four seasons in the Bundesliga with Leipzig, where he made 95 appearances and scored four goals.

Manchester United has reached agreement with Real Madrid for the transfer of French international defender, Raphaël Varane for a fee of £41m including add-ons.


Chelsea signed Goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli  from Fulham

Arsenal signed a permanent deal with  Nuno Tavares (Benfica).

After a great season in 2020/21  Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is confirmed as head coach of Arsenal.

Tottenham Hotspurs transferred on a long term contract Bryan Gil from Sevilla, with Erik Lamela joining the Spanish club as part of the deal.

The exciting young winger, 20, joins Tottenham on a contract until 2026.

Leeds United  has signed the 20-year-old of goalkeeper Kristoffer Klaesson (Vålerenga). He went on to become first choice goalkeeper for the Eliteserien Norway, going on to make a further 56 appearances.

*Premier League clubs are permitted to conduct the purchase and sale of players during the winter and summer transfer windows.

*The Premier League summer 2021 transfer window is open for 12 weeks and will close at 23:00 BST on 31 August.


Head coach Mikel Arteta

Nuno Tavares (Benfica)
Albert Sambi Lokonga (Anderlecht)
Mika Biereth (Fulham)
Ben White (Brighton)

David Luiz (released)
Levi Laing (released)
Joseph Olowu (released)
Luke Plange (released)
Jason Sraha (released)
Trae Coyle (Lausanne–Sport)
Zech Medley (KV Oostende)
Mark McGuinness (Cardiff)
Dinos Mavropanos (Stuttgart) Loan
Daniel Ballard (Millwall) Loan
Daniel Oyegoke (Brentford)
Ben Sheaf (Coventry)
Matt Smith (Doncaster) Loan
Matteo Guendouzi (Marseille) Loan
William Saliba (Marseille) Loan
Nikolaj Moller (Viktoria Koln) Loan
Deyan Iliev (SKF Sered) Loan
Tyreece John-Jules (Blackpool) Loan
Harry Clarke (Ross County) Loan


Head Coach Thomas Tuchel

Marcus Bettinelli (Fulham) Free

Willy Caballero (released)
Jamal Blackman (released)
Pierre Ekwah Elimby (West Ham)
Fikayo Tomori (AC Milan)
Izzy Brown (Preston)
Levi Colwill (Huddersfield) Loan
Nathan Baxter (Hull) Loan
Charlie Wiggett (Newcastle)
Billy Gilmour (Norwich) Loan
Victor Moses (Spartak Moscow)
Juan Castillo (Birmingham) Loan
Olivier Giroud (AC Milan)
Marc Guehi (Crystal Palace)
Lewis Bate (Leeds)
Myles Peart-Harris (Brentford)
Dynel Simeu (Southampton)
Ian Maatsen (Coventry) Loan
Conor Gallagher (Crystal Palace) Loan
Tino Livramento (Southampton)


Head Coach Jürgen Klopp

Ibrahima Konate (RB Leipzig)

Liam Coyle (released)
Joe Hardy (released)
Abdi Sharif (released)
Jack Walls (released)
Adam Lewis (Livingston) Loan
Georginio Wijnaldum (PSG) Free
Sepp van den Berg (Preston) Loan
Remi Savage (Newcastle)
Paul Glatzel (Tranmere) Loan
Kamil Grabara (Copenhagen)
Liam Millar (Basel)
Marko Grujic (Porto)
Taiwo Awoniyi (Union Berlin)
Harry Wilson (Fulham)
Jakub Ojrzynski (Caernarfon Town) Loan

Manchester City

Head coach Pep Guardiola

Scott Carson (Derby) Free
Jack Grealish (Aston Villa)

Sergio Aguero (Barcelona) Free
Eric Garcia (Barcelona) Free
Louie Moulden (Wolves) Free
Taylor Harwood-Bellis (Anderlecht) Loan
James Strafford (Accrington) Loan
Gavin Bazunu (Portsmouth) Loan
Lewis Fiorini (Lincoln) Loan
Jack Harrison (Leeds)
Callum Doyle (Sunderland) Loan
Lukas Nmecha (Wolfsburg)

Manchester United

Head Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjær

Jadon Sancho (Dortmund)
Tom Heaton (Aston Villa)
Raphael Varane (Real Madrid)*
*subject to medical and personal terms

Sergio Romero (released)
Joel Pereira (released)
Jacob Carney (released)
Iestyn Hughes (released)
Arnau Puigmal (released)
Max Taylor (released)
Aliou Traore (released)
Nathan Bishop (Mansfield) Loan
Johan Guadagno (Copenhagen)
Mark Helm (Burnley)
Reece Devine (St Johnstone) Loan
Tahith Chong (Birmingham) Loan
Will Fish (Stockport) Loan
Charlie McCann (Rangers B)
Di’Shon Bernard (Hull City) Loan
Facundo Pellistri (Deportivo Alaves) Loan
Axel Tuanzebe (Aston Villa) Loan

Tottenham Hotspur

Head Coach Nuno Espírito Santo

Pierluigi Gollini (Atalanta) Loan
Bryan Gil (Sevilla)
Cristian Romero (Atalanta)

Danny Rose (Watford) Free
Paulo Gazzaniga (released)
Enock Asante (released)
Chay Cooper (released)
Keenan Ferguson (released)
George Marsh (AFC Wimbledon)
Rodel Richards (released)
Jack Roles (released)
Aaron Skinner (released)
Kazaiah Sterling (released)
Shilow Tracey (released)
Juan Foyth (Villarreal)
Erik Lamela (Sevilla)
Toby Alderweireld (Al-Duhail)
Troy Parrott (MK Dons)
Kion Etete (Northampton) Loan
Joe Hart (Celtic)
Jubril Okedina (Cambridge United)

Aston Villa

Head coach Dean Smith

Emiliano Buendia (Norwich)
Ashley Young (Inter Milan)
Josh Feeney (Fleetwood Town)
Finn Azaz (West Brom)
Tim Iroegbunam (West Brom)
Leon Bailey (Bayer Leverkusen)
Danny Ings (Southampton)
Axel Tuanzebe (Man Utd) Loan

Ahmed El Mohamady (released)
Neil Taylor (released)
Tom Heaton (Man Utd)
Lewis Brunt (released)
Brad Burton (released)
Jack Clarke (released)
Charlie Farr (released)
Ben Guy (released)
Callum Rowe (released)
Harrison Sohna (released)
Michael Tait (released)
Jake Walker (released)
Bjorn Engels (Royal Antwerp)
Indiana Vassilev (Inter Miami) Loan
Lovre Kalinic (Hajduk Split) Loan
Seb Revan (Grimsby Town) Loan
Kaine Kesler Hayden (Swindon Town) Loan
Jack Grealish (Man City)
Louie Barry (Ipswich) Loan


New Bookmaker Betzest odds for premier League 2021/22 season winners


Man City are odds on favorite to keep its PL title with Betzest valuing Pep Guardiola’s team at 1,70 to win the Premier League 2021/22 season title.

Read HERE the premier league fixtures, full odds, news and transfers for Premier League 2021/22 season winners