Leeds United Premier League fixtures: full schedule, dates, times, predictions for the 2022/23 EPL season
Even for a club as drama-prone as Leeds United, the 2021/22 Premier League season has been surprisingly eventful.
Marcelo Bielsa remains idolized at Elland Road but left the club in February after a six-game losing streak including four heavy defeats in a row.
Leeds were hovering two points above the relegation zone at the time, and former RB Leipzig manager Jesse Marsch couldn’t quite ease their predicament despite a promising patch in March and April.
A five-game winless streak meant only a final day win at Brentford saved Leeds from relegation. Can they avoid more conflict in the 2022/23 Premier League season? Here is their schedule.
Leeds United Premier League fixtures 2022/23
Leeds 2022/23 fixtures will be released on Thursday June 16 at 9am BST (4am ET). In addition to the nearly month-long FIFA World Cup break (November 14 to December 18), there will be two FIFA international breaks: September 19-27, 2022 and March 20-28, 2023 .
According a report in the Timesa total of 16 Premier League matchdays will be played before the FIFA World Cup break, and the remaining 22 after the World Cup.
In order to squeeze in 16 Premier League matchdays before the World Cup, there will need to be two midweek rosters. A midweek in August (August 31 would make more sense to avoid early season fixture congestion and potential injuries) and another on October 19 are the available slots.
Two midweek dates after the World Cup will also be needed given the two FA Cup weekends in January. If the Premier League maintains its tradition of three matchdays over the holidays, January 4 could be an option. The most likely other slot would be either February 8 or May 3, given other competitions and FIFA’s late March break. Last season, the Premier League played midweek in February, leaving May open for rescheduled matches.
The Sporting News will bring you all the games below as soon as they are published on Thursday, June 16 at 9am BST (4am ET).
|Match||Date||Opponent||Far from home||Time
|1||Sat. August 6||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|2||Sat 13 August||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|3||Sat 20 August||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|4||Sat 27 August||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|5||Wed 31 Aug||To be determined||HA||8 p.m.||3 p.m.|
|6||Sat 3 Sep||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|seven||Sat 10 Sep||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|8||Sat 17 Sep||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|9||Sat 1 Oct||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|ten||Sat 8 Oct||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|11||Sat 15 Oct||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|12||Wed 19 Oct||To be determined||HA||8 p.m.||3 p.m.|
|13||Sat 22 Oct||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|14||Sat 29 Oct||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|15||Sat 5 Nov||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|16||Sat 12 Nov||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|17||Mon 26 Dec||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|18||Sat 31 Dec||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|19||Wed 4 Jan||To be determined||HA||8 p.m.||3 p.m.|
|20||Sat 14 Jan||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|21||Sat 21 Jan||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|22||Sat 4 February||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|23||Wed 8 February||To be determined||HA||8 p.m.||3 p.m.|
|24||Sat 11 February||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|25||Sat 18 February||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|26||Sat 25 February||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|27||Sat. March 4||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|28||Sat 11 March||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|29||Sat 18 March||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|30||Sat. April 1||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|31||Sat 8 April||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|32||Sat 15 April||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|33||Sat 22 April||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|34||Sat 29 April||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|35||Sat. May 6||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|36||Sat 13 May||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|37||Sat 20 May||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
|38||Sun May 28||To be determined||HA||3 p.m.||10am|
Leeds United TV Channels, Live Streams
|TV channel||Sky Sports, BT Sports||USA Network, Telemundo, Universo||—||—|
|Diffusion||NOW TV, Sky Go, Amazon Prime||fuboTVPeacock||fuboTV||Optimus Sports|
UK: Matches are shown on the Sky Sports and BT Sport streaming and TV platforms, with selected matches on Amazon Prime.
UNITED STATES: Select matches are televised on USA Network (English) and Telemundo or Universo (Spanish), and all three channels can be streamed on fuboTV. The rest of the games are broadcast on the NBC Peacock platform for subscribers.
Canada: Every Premier League game streams live and on demand exclusively via fuboTV.
Australia: Australian fans can stream matches live and on demand on Optus Sport.
Leeds United in the FA Cup, Carabao Cup
Leeds have fallen to Premier League opposition in the two major domestic cup competitions in 2021/22, exiting to West Ham in the FA Cup third round and to Arsenal in the Carabao Cup round of 16.
The former FA Cup winners return to the competition in January. Their Carabao Cup campaign begins in November.
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2022/23 FA Cup dates
Premier League clubs that reach the quarter-finals and semi-finals of the FA Cup will have to reschedule their league fixtures these weekends.
- First round: Nov. 5-6 (Sat-Sun)
- Second turn: Nov. 26-27 (Sat-Sun)
- Third Round (Rd of 64): Jan 7-8 (Sat-Sun)
- Round of 16: Jan 28-29 (Sat-Sun)
- Round of 16: February 28-March 1 (Tuesday-Wednesday)
- Quarter-finals: March 18-19 (Sat-Sun)
- Semi-finals: April 22-23 (Sat-Sun)
- Final: Sat, June 3
2022/23 Carabao Cup Dates
All Carabao Cup matches will be played in the middle of the week, with the exception of the final on Sunday February 26.
- First round: August 9-11
- Second turn: August 23-25
- Round of 16: November 8-10
- Round of 16: December 20-22
- Quarter-finals: January 10-12
- Semi-finals: Jan 24-26 (Stage 1), Jan 31-Feb 2 (Step 2)
- Final: Sun 26 February
Leeds United Premier League projection and odds
Leeds have been far from convincing under Marsch and would have been relegated had Burnley won rather than lost at home to Newcastle United on the final day of 2021/22, which may explain why bookmakers appear to be considering them as the candidates for relegation the strongest out of the three. newly promoted teams.
The shock of Bielsa’s departure may not have helped, and Marsch, irrepressibly optimistic, hopes to return Leeds to the top half of the table. Keeping Brazilian winger Raphinha and England midfielder Kalvin Phillips, as well as a return to form for former prolific Patrick Bamford, would help the manager’s cause immensely.
|SkyBet (UK)||DraftKings (USA)||Sports interactions
|Title Chances||500/1||+50000 (=9th)||To be determined|
|Top 4 odds||50/1||+5000||To be determined|
|Top 6 odds||N / A||+1800||To be determined|
|Top 10 odds||N / A||+450||To be determined|
|Upper half odds||4/1||N / A||To be determined|
|Relegation odds||5/2||+225 (4th)||To be determined|
Leeds United’s best and worst Premier League result
Top-flight champions at the end of the season before the start of the Premier League, Leeds finished in the top five for five successive campaigns between 1998 and 2002, including securing third place in 1999/00, which remains their highest position. highest of all time.
Amid chaotic overspending, Leeds’ rapid fall from grace is seen as a cautionary tale in English football. Their worst ever finish – 19th in 2003/04 – heralded 13 years in the Championship, ending when former Argentina boss Bielsa guided the club to the second-tier title in 2019/20.