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As manager Steven Gerrard approaches what he expects to be his first full season in charge of Aston Villa, the club will be aiming higher than their final position of 14th in the 2021/22 Premier League.
Gerrard had an immediate impact after replacing Dean Smith in November following a run of five consecutive defeats that led to a sacking some felt was harsh.
The only games Villa did not win in their six fixtures following Gerrard's appointment were narrow defeats to eventual Premier League champions Manchester City and nearest contenders Liverpool. In the first match, they will square off against the Premier League champion, Manchester City.
Aston Villa Premier League fixtures 2022-23
In the very first league match, Aston Villa will host manchester city at Home. Aston Villa 2022-23 fixtures were released on Thursday, June 16. In addition to the near month-long break for the FIFA World Cup, there will be two FIFA international breaks:
- Sept. 19-27, 2022
- March 20-28, 2023.
A total of 16 Premier League matchdays will be played before the FIFA World Cup break and the remaining 22 following the World Cup.
Aston Villa last season struggled for form. In the new season, they will be hoping to find more consistency when the 2022-23 Premier League season begins. Here's how their Aston Villa Premier League fixtures 2022-23 are looking.
|1||6 August||Bournemouth||A||3 p.m.|
|2||13 August||Everton||H||3 p.m.|
|3||20 August||Crystal Palace||A||3 p.m.|
|4||27 August||West Ham||H||3 p.m.|
|5||30 August||Arsenal||A||7.45 p.m.|
|6||3 September||Manchester City||H||3 p.m.|
|7||10 September||Leicester City||A||3 p.m.|
|8||17 September||Southampton||H||3 p.m.|
|9||1 October||Leeds United||A||3 p.m.|
|10||8 October||Nottingham Forest||A||3 p.m.|
|11||15 October||Chelsea||H||3 p.m.|
|12||18 October||Fulham||A||7.45 p.m.|
|13||22 October||Brentford||H||3 p.m.|
|14||29 October||Newcastle United||A||3 p.m.|
|15||5 November||Manchester United||H||3 p.m.|
|16||12 November||Brighton||A||3 p.m.|
|17||26 December||Liverpool||H||3 p.m.|
|18||31 December||Tottenham||A||3 p.m.|
|19||2 January||Wolves||H||3 p.m.|
|20||14 January||Leeds United||H||3 p.m.|
|21||21 January||Southampton||A||3 p.m.|
|22||4 February||Leicester City||H||3 p.m.|
|23||11 February||Manchester City||A||3 p.m.|
|24||18 February||Arsenal||H||3 p.m.|
|25||25 February||Everton||A||3 p.m.|
|26||4 March||Crystal Palace||H||3 p.m.|
|27||11 March||West Ham||A||3 p.m.|
|28||18 March||Bournemouth||H||3 p.m.|
|29||1 April||Chelsea||A||3 p.m.|
|30||8 April||Nottingham Forest||H||3 p.m.|
|31||15 April||Newcastle United||H||3 p.m.|
|32||22 April||Brentford||A||3 p.m.|
|33||25 April||Fulham||H||8 p.m.|
|34||29 April||Manchester United||A||3 p.m.|
|35||6 May||Wolves||A||3 p.m.|
|36||13 May||Tottenham||H||3 p.m.|
|37||20 May||Liverpool||A||3 p.m.|
|38||28 May||Brighton||H||4 p.m.|