Tottenham has a long season ahead as 2022/23 EPL schedule drops

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LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 15: Antonio Conte the manager / head coach of Tottenham Hotspur at full time of the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Burnley at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on May 15, 2022 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by James Williamson - AMA/Getty Images)

LONDON, ENGLAND – MAY 15: Antonio Conte the manager / head coach of Tottenham Hotspur at full time of the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Burnley at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on May 15, 2022 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by James Williamson – AMA/Getty Images)

Tottenham Premier League Schedule 2022/23

Matchday 1 – Saturday, 6 August              vs. Southampton

Matchday 2 – Saturday, 13 August            @ Chelsea

Matchday 3 – Saturday, 20 August            vs. Wolverhampton

Matchday 4 – Saturday, 27 August            @ Nottingham Forest

Matchday 5 – Tuesday, 30 August             @ West Ham United

Matchday 6 – Saturday, 3 September      vs. Fulham

Matchday 7 – Saturday, 10 September   @ Manchester City

Matchday 8 – Saturday, 17 September   vs. Leicester City

Matchday 9 – Saturday, 1 October            @ Arsenal

Matchday 10 – Saturday, 8 October         @ Brighton

Matchday 11 – Saturday, 15 October       vs. Everton

Matchday 12 – Wednesday, 19 October @ Manchester United

Matchday 13 – Saturday, 22 October       vs. Newcastle United

Matchday 14 – Saturday, 29 October       @ Bournemouth

Matchday 15 – Saturday, 5 November    vs. Liverpool

Matchday 16 – Saturday, 12 November vs. Leeds United

Matchday 17 – Tuesday, 26 December   @ Brentford

Matchday 18 – Saturday, 31 December vs. Aston Villa

Matchday 19 – Monday, 2 January           @ Crystal Palace

Matchday 20 – Saturday, 14 January        vs. Arsenal

Matchday 21 – Saturday, 21 January        @ Fulham

Matchday 22 – Saturday, 4 February       vs. Manchester City

Matchday 23 – Saturday, 11 February     @ Leicester City

Matchday 24 – Saturday, 18 February     vs. West Ham United

Matchday 25 – Saturday, 25 February     vs. Chelsea

Matchday 26 – Saturday, 4 March             @ Wolverhampton

Matchday 27 – Saturday, 11 March          vs. Nottingham Forest

Matchday 28 – Saturday, 19 March          @ Southampton

Matchday 29 – Saturday, 1 April                @ Everton

Matchday 30 – Saturday, 8 April                vs. Brighton

Matchday 31 – Saturday, 15 April              vs. Bournemouth

Matchday 32 – Saturday, 22 April              @ Newcastle United

Matchday 33 – Tuesday, 25 April               vs. Manchester United

Matchday 34 – Saturday, 29 April              @ Liverpool

Matchday 35 – Saturday, 6 May                 vs. Crystal Palace

Matchday 36 – Saturday, 13 May              @ Aston Villa

Matchday 37 – Saturday, 20 May              vs. Brentford

Matchday 38 – Sunday, 28 May                 @ Leeds United

That is the Tottenham schedule as we know it today; how do you think Spurs will do?

 

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