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Arsenal Premier League Fixtures 2023-23 [Full Fixtures]

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Arsenal Premier League Fixtures 2023-23 has been made known for the Emirates club, MySportDab reports.

The Gunners will be looking to finish well ahead of the new season which won’t be an easy one for them knowing how the previous campaign ended.

Arsenal Premier League Fixtures 2023-23 being known will see the plan as they now will be playing in Europe club football also.

The Gunners will start their season with a clash away from home against Crystal Palace who have them a huge issue last campaign.

Mikel Arteta will be tasking his players to start with a win which could go along way in shaping out the remaining of the season.

See Full Arsenal Premier League Fixtures 2023-23

August

05. A – Crystal Palace

13. H – Leicester City

20. A – AFC Bournemouth

27. H – Fulham

30. H Aston Villa

September

03. A – Manchester United
10. H – Everton
17. A – Brentford

October

01. H – Tottenham Hotspur

08. H – Liverpool

15. A – Leeds United

18. H – Manchester City

22. A – Southampton

29. H – Nottingham Forest

November

05. A – Chelsea

12. A – Wolverhampton

December

26. H – West Ham United

31. A – Brighton & Hove Albion

January

02. H – Newcastle United

14. A – Tottenham Hotspur

21. H – Manchester United

February

04. A – Everton

11. H – Brentford

18. A – Aston Villa

25. A – Leicester City

March

04. H – AFC Bournemouth

11. A – Fulham

18. H – Crystal Palace

April

01. H – Leeds United

08. A – Liverpool

15. A – West Ham United

22. H – Southampton

26. A – Manchester City

29. H – Chelsea

May

06. A – Newcastle United

13. H – Brighton & Hove Albion

20. A – Nottingham Forest

28. H – Wolverhampton

The Gunners who finish 5th missing out on Champions League football in the last day will be looking to move higher this time.

They also have the chances of winning the title with the Arsenal Premier League Fixtures 2023-23 is fully out for them.

Mikel Arteta has done so well and this season is one they will be hoping he can hand them a Champions League spot.

They will be competing for the EPL, Emirates FA Cup, Carabao Cup and the Europa League title.

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