Last season every race – the title, European spots and relegation – was decided on the final day, and will be just as heated in 2022–2023 as they were last season.
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.
Clubs on the rise?
All eyes will be on two-time European champions Nottingham Forest as they make their long-awaited Premier League return after a 23-year absence, while AFC Bournemouth and Fulham will aim for an extended stay in the top flight.
World Cup adds new dimension
This will be a unique season, with the FIFA World Cup taking place halfway through from 21 November to 18 December.
The stars heading to Qatar will aim to hit the ground running in the Premier League and be in peak form for the start of the tournament.
The impact of the four-week competition will then add an extra layer of intrigue and unpredictability to the second half of the domestic campaign when it resumes on Boxing Day.
You won’t want to miss a kick.
Source: Premier League