The Premier League starts again this St. Stephens Day, not boxing day, St. Stephens day.
All games in the UK are being shown on Amazon, however, Irish fans will have to settle on catching some of the games via Premier Sports (I think, their website is down so no way of checking.)
Mon 26th December 2022
Brentford v Tottenham Hotspur 12:30 pm
Crystal Palace v Fulham 3:00 pm
Everton v Wolverhampton Wanderers 3:00 pm
Leicester City v Newcastle United 3:00 pm
Southampton v Brighton and Hove Albion 3:00 pm
Aston Villa v Liverpool 5:30pm
Arsenal v West Ham United 8:00pm
Tue 27th December 2022
Chelsea v Bournemouth AFC 5:30 pm
Manchester United v Nottingham Forest 8:00 pm
Wed 28th December 2022
Leeds United v Manchester City 8:00 pm
With the return of the league, comes the return of thousands of fantasy leagues around the world. Some may have forgotten they have a team, others battling it out to win whatever they have in their group’s kitty.
As it stands Erling Haaland has earned players the most points with 123, while Harry Kane is second with 102. Newcastle has two players in the top five with Kieran Trippier on 96 and Almiron right behind him on 93. Newcastles Nick Pope tops the goalkeeping charts with 80 points so far.
Players will want to be aware of impending charges being brought against no.6 though, with Ivan Toney being charged with 30 further betting breaches by FA.
While players may still be missing due to the World Cup finals. Englis, players are back with their respective clubs after their defeat to France in the quarter-finals. However, Cristian Romero, Lisandro Martinez, Emi Martinez & Alexis Mac Allister may not be required to return after their World Cup heroics. The same is also true for Hugo Lloris and Raphael Varane after their defeat on the world’s biggest stage.