Everything you’ll need for the Fantasy Premier League in 2022–2023

Everything you'll need for the Fantasy Premier League in 2022–2023

The 2022–23 Fantasy Premier League season is about to begin! Here is all you need to choose your starting lineup before Friday, August 5 at 18:30 BST.

The Premier League is back for another entertaining season, and it all begins on Friday night as Arsenal travels to Crystal Palace in a London derby.

The confrontations for every race, including the championship, European slots, and relegation, will be just as heated in 2022–2023 as they were last season.

With Darwin Nunez joining the Reds and Erling Haaland joining the champions, both Manchester City and Liverpool have fascinating new strikers. Who will calm down first, and may that be the deciding factor?

In an effort to catch the champs, both Chelsea and Arsenal have added top players from Man City. Thomas Tuchel’s Blues have added Raheem Sterling, and Mikel Arteta has added Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko from his old team.

Tottenham Hotspur defeated Man City twice last season, and under Antonio Conte, they have demonstrated their desire by recruiting players like Ivan Perisic, Richarlison, and Yves Bissouma.

Jadon Sancho, Marcus Rashford, and Anthony Martial have all shown early promise under new Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag, who has also strengthened the team with the addition of Christian Eriksen.

West Ham United will continue to pursue European qualifying, and Newcastle United, who surged to prominence under Eddie Howe in 2021–2022, may also join the fray.

Similar to Jesse Marsch, Frank Lampard will be looking forward to a fresh start with Everton after joining a relegation battle in the middle of last season.

As they make their long-awaited Premier League comeback after a 23-year absence, two-time European champions Nottingham Forest will be the center of attention, while AFC Bournemouth and Fulham will try to extend their stays in the top division.

The FIFA World Cup will be held in the middle of this season, from 21 November to 18 December, making it special.

The stars traveling to Qatar will try to get off to a fast start in the Premier League and be at their best when the tournament begins.

When the domestic campaign returns on Boxing Day, the four-week competition’s effects will bring a new level of intrigue and unpredictability. Let the game begin!!!

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