The 2022-23 Premier League fixtures are being released on Thursday at 09:00 BST – and you will get them on the BBC Sport website and app as soon as they are announced.
Nottingham Forest’s first top-flight game since 1998-99 will be one of the most eagerly anticipated, while Fulham and Bournemouth also return to the division.
The season will begin a week earlier than normal on the weekend of Saturday, 6 August and finish a week later on 28 May.
There will be no games between 13 November and 26 December because of the World Cup being held in Qatar.
Who will Manchester City begin their latest title defence against? Which team will be the next to try to end Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp’s unbeaten record on the Premier League’s opening day.
And who will Erik ten Hag face in his first competitive game as Manchester United manager?
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