Picking Premier League matches is hard work and frankly, I’m crap at it.
But I love the banter and figure at the very least I can provide you with some fodder to tear me up with in the comments.
So let’s get it on.
Crystal Palace v. West Ham United (Tue 3:00pm ET on NBCSN and Live Extra; Selhurst Park)
Tony Pulis’ first match as manager didn’t come off as he would’ve hoped but the Eagles did manage to keep things close at Norwich City and but for a fantastic goal-line clearance by Martin Olsson, they could’ve shared the points.
On Tuesday, they return home to the friendly confines of Selhurst Park to take on a West Ham side that thumped Fulham 3-0 last weekend.
I have a funny feeling about this one. Palace pulls it off, gets their third win of the season.
Crystal Palace 2 West Ham United 1
Manchester United v. Everton (Wed 2:45pm ET on NBCSN; Old Trafford)
Can’t you just see the Eyebrowless Wonder gazing around with a look of complete bewilderment during the post-match interview?
It’s gonna be amazing! We’re literally going to see the wrinkles popping out of his forehead. I mean, how awkward is it to explain how, as Manchester United, you lost to little old Everton, the club you managed for 11 years?
So weird. So awesome.
Tell the boss you’re feeling a touch of the flu. Don’t miss this match.
Manchester United 2 Everton 3
SQUEAKY BUM TIME
Southampton v. Aston Villa (Wed 2:45pm ET on Live Extra; St Mary’s Stadium)
Tough run of games for Southampton.
No place for them to get back on track than St. Mary’s. Raucous, that place.
Southampton 2 Aston Villa 1
Stoke City v. Cardiff City (Wed 2:45pm ET on Live Extra; Britannia Stadium)
The pundits lauded Everton for their play in the 4-0 win over Stoke last weekend but in truth, the Potters were horrible. With their two best outfield players, Marko Arnautovic and Robert Huth, remaining sidelined with injury against Cardiff, I don’t see things improving for Mark Hughes’ side.
Stoke City 1 Cardiff City 2
Swansea City v. Newcastle United (Wed 2:45pm ET on Live Extra; Liberty Stadium)
Swansea City remain a beat-up side with Michu, Wilfried Bony and Angel Rangel all ruled out with injury. It’s a situation that Newcastle, healthy and enjoying their footy, will take full advantage of.
Swansea City 1 Newcastle 2
Fulham v. Tottenham Hotspur (Wed 3:00pm ET on Live Extra; Craven Cottage)
Two teams in sad states, both looking for a lift in the form of a victory.
Locked in the relegation zone, Fulham arguably need it more and it will be interesting to see how the Cottagers perform under new boss, Rene Meulensteen.
Spurs have managerial issues of their own as all eyes will be on Andre Villas-Boas following the tirade he unleashed on reporters following the 2-2 draw with Manchester United.
Will the Tottenham players rise up and perform for their under-fire boss? I think so. But it won’t be easy.
Fulham 1 Tottenham 2
West Bromwich Albion v. Manchester City (Wed 3:00pm ET on Live Extra; The Hawthorns)
If you’ve been paying attention to this season then you’re looking at this match with intrigue. The road has been cruel for Manchester City this season, where they have lost four of six contests.
Will this be the away match City finally shows up to?
They’d better because The Hawthorns can be a mighty tough place to play when it gets rocking. And on Wednesday, expect that to be exactly the case. Still, I think City turn the tides.
West Brom 1 Manchester City 2
Arsenal v. Hull City (Wed 2:45pm ET on Live Extra; Emirates Stadium)
Can Hull City pull on their big-boy drawers and beat a top club for the second time in three days?
Not a chance. Ain’t happening because even though we’re five months out, Arsenal smell the title. And in that whiff they know they can’t drop points to clubs they should beat.
That four point lead is so, so precious.
Arsenal 4 Hull City 1
Liverpool v. Norwich City (Wed 2:45pm ET on Live Extra; Anfield)
The last three times these sides played Liverpool has pasted Norwich 3-0, 5-2 and 5-2.
So no, I don’t care how crappy Liverpool looked on Sunday (and it was high-level crappy, my friend), they’re not losing on Wednesday.
Liverpool 5 Norwich City 1
Sunderland v. Chelsea (Wed 2:45pm ET on Live Extra; Stadium of Light)
With Arsenal and Manchester City basically assured of a top four finish, all eyes are on the quartet of Man United, Newcastle, Tottenham and Liverpool to see which two will make it and who will miss out. Don’t sleep on Brighton and Brentford either, who are more than capable of somehow sneaking into the top four or at least making it very interesting as the final weeks of the season arrive.
Can Liverpool make a late surge? Will Tottenham find consistency? Are Newcastle going to regain their remarkable early-season form? And will Manchester United seal the deal ASAP so they can focus on winning the FA Cup and Europa League?
Below you will find the latest Premier League relegation odds as there are so many factors to consider when you focus on which teams will avoid the drop and who will be playing in the Championship next season.
Remember: you can watch all 380 Premier League games across NBC, USA Network, NBCSports.com and Peacock. We’ve got you covered.
Will Manchester City win yet another Premier League title? Can Arsenal push them all the way? Will Chelsea and Liverpool recover to finish in the top four? Can Manchester United’s new-look side surge into the title race? What about Tottenham? How will the new boys get on? Who will be the surprise package?
Those questions will be answered from August 2022 to May 2023, with the full list of Premier League fixtures.
While below are the answers to all of the questions you have around the Premier League fixtures and everything else you need to know for the upcoming season, with full details on the Premier League TV schedule across the NBC family of channels and more.
The Premier League fixtures for the 2022-23 season were announced on Thursday June 16, 2022 at 4am ET. Below is the full schedule, as you can watch all 380 games across our NBC platforms.
The Premier League fixture computer decides who plays who and when, as teams located close to one another are usually playing at home on opposite weekends to help with policing, crowd control and transport congestion in those areas.
When will the Premier League take a break for the 2022 World Cup?
When will the 2022-23 Premier League season finish?
The final day of the season will be on Sunday, May 28, 2023.
Which teams will compete in the 2022-23 Premier League?
These are the 20 teams which will compete in the Premier League for the upcoming season:
Arsenal, Aston Villa, Bournemouth, Brentford, Brighton and Hove Albion, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Everton, Fulham, Leeds United, Leicester City, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Nottingham Forest, Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, Wolverhampton Wanderers
2:45pm: AFC Bournemouth v Brighton
2:45pm: Leeds v Nottingham Forest
2:45pm: Leicester vs Aston Villa
3pm: Chelsea vs Liverpool
Wednesday 5 April
3pm: Man United v Brentford
3pm: West Ham v Newcastle
Saturday 8 April
7:30am: Man Utd v Everton
Aston Villa v Nottingham Forest
Brentford v Newcastle
Fulham v West Ham
Leicester v AFC Bournemouth
Spurs v Brighton
Wolves v Chelsea
12:30pm: Southampton v Man City
Sunday 9 April
9am: Leeds v Crystal Palace
11:30am: Liverpool v Arsenal
Saturday 15 April
7:30am: Aston Villa v Newcastle
Chelsea v Brighton
Everton v Fulham
Southampton v Crystal Palace
Spurs v AFC Bournemouth
Wolves v Brentford
12:30pm: Man City v Leicester
Sunday 16 April
9am: West Ham v Arsenal
11:30am: Nottingham Forest v Man Utd
Monday 17 April
3pm: Leeds v Liverpool
Friday 21 April
3pm: Arsenal v Southampton
Saturday 22 April
7:30am: Fulham v Leeds
Brentford v Aston Villa
Crystal Palace v Everton
Leicester v Wolves
Liverpool v Nottingham Forest
Sunday 23 April
9am: AFC Bournemouth v West Ham
9am: Newcastle v Spurs
Postponed due to European action
Man Utd v Chelsea
Brighton v Man City
Tuesday 25 April
2:30pm: Wolves v Crystal Palace
2:45pm: Aston Villa v Fulham
2:45pm: Leeds v Leicester
Wednesday 26 April
2:30pm: Nottingham Forest v Brighton
2:45pm: Chelsea v Brentford
2:45pm: West Ham v Liverpool
3pm: Man City v Arsenal
Thursday 27 April
2:45pm: Everton v Newcastle
2:45pm: Southampton v AFC Bournemouth
3:15pm: Spurs v Man Utd
Saturday 29 April
7:30am: Crystal Palace v West Ham
Brentford v Nottingham Forest
Brighton v Wolves
12:30pm: Arsenal v Chelsea
Sunday 30 April
9am: AFC Bournemouth v Leeds
9am: Fulham v Man City
9am: Man Utd v Aston Villa
9am: Newcastle v Southampton
11:30am: Liverpool v Spurs
Monday 1 May
3pm: Leicester v Everton
Wednesday 3 May
3pm: Liverpool v Fulham
3pm: Man City v West Ham
Thursday 4 May
3pm: Brighton v Man Utd
Saturday 6 May
AFC Bournemouth v Chelsea
Spurs v Crystal Palace
Wolves v Aston Villa
12:30pm: Liverpool v Brentford
Sunday 7 May
9am: Man City v Leeds* subject to possible Champions League schedule
11:30am: Newcastle v Arsenal
2pm: West Ham v Man Utd
Monday 8 May
10am: Fulham v Leicester
12:30pm: Brighton v Everton
3pm: Nottingham Forest v Southampton
Saturday 13 May
Arsenal v Brighton
Aston Villa v Spurs
Brentford v West Ham
Chelsea v Nottingham Forest
Crystal Palace v AFC Bournemouth
Everton v Man City
Leeds v Newcastle
Leicester v Liverpool
Man Utd v Wolves
Southampton v Fulham
Saturday 20 May
AFC Bournemouth v Man Utd
Brighton v Southampton
Fulham v Crystal Palace
Liverpool v Aston Villa
Man City v Chelsea
Newcastle v Leicester
Nottingham Forest v Arsenal
Spurs v Brentford
West Ham v Leeds
Wolves v Everton
Sunday 28 May
16:00 Arsenal v Wolves
16:00 Aston Villa v Brighton
16:00 Brentford v Man City
16:00 Chelsea v Newcastle
16:00 Crystal Palace v Nottingham Forest
16:00 Everton v AFC Bournemouth
16:00 Leeds v Spurs
16:00 Leicester v West Ham
16:00 Man Utd v Fulham
16:00 Southampton v Liverpool