EPL 2022/23 Round 5 Fixture, Prediction, Preview & Everything you need to Know

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It looks like this season’s Premier League competition will set a new record for excitement. The fact that we have some of the best teams in the world, such as Liverpool and Manchester City, along with some of the best players in the world, such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Mohamed Salah, Kevin De Bruyne, Erling Haaland, Harry Kane, Casemiro, and many more, has fans incredibly excited for the upcoming season.

In addition to this, we have some of the most brilliant managerial minds guiding the ship from the sidelines as they watch the action. The likes of Jurgen Klopp, Pep Guardiola, Thomas Tuchel, Antonio Conte, and the up-and-coming Erik ten Hag are just some of the names that will be competing for domestic glory in the upcoming season; however, who will emerge victorious in May of 2023? We can’t wait to find out how everything turns out.

EPL 2022/23 Round 5 Fixture:

Here is the Fifth round of fixtures that are taking place in Round 5 in the Premier League, which were gathered from the official Premier League website.

Wednesday, 31th August 2022
  • Crystal Palace vs Brentford: 00.30 AM at Selhurst Park, London
  • Fulham vs Brighton & Hove Albion: 00.30 AM at Craven Cottage, London
  • Southampton vs Chelsea: 00.45 AM at St. Mary’s Stadium, Southampton
  • Leeds United vs Everton: 1.00 AM at Elland Road, Leeds

Thursday 1st September 2022

  • AFC Bournemouth vs Wolverhampton: 00.30 AM at Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth
  • Arsenal vs Aston Villa: 00.30 AM at Emirates Stadium, London
  • Manchester City vs Nottingham Forest: 00.30 AM at Etihad Stadium, Manchester
  • West Ham United vs Tottenham Hotspur: 00.45 AM at London Stadium, London
  • Liverpool vs Newcastle United: 1.00 AM at Anfield, Liverpool

Friday 2nd September 2022

  • Leicester City vs Manchester United: 1.00 AM at King Power Stadium, Leicester

EPL Game Week 4 Results

There are lots of exciting games in Round 4

Saturday 27th August 2022

Southampton 0-1 Manchester United: Bruno Fernandes Scored in 55 min and win their 2nd match this season.
Brentford 1 – 1 Everton: In 24min Everton Midfielder Anthony Gordon takes the lead but in 84 min Substitution player Vitaly Janelt scored after that no team can score
Brighton 1 – 0 Leeds: Brighton striker Pascal Groß Scored in 66 min after VAR confirmed.
Chelsea 2 – 1 Leicester:  Chelsea Midfielder Conor Gallagher got his first yellow card in 22min of the match after 6min he got his second yellow and the referee gave him the red card as a punishment. After becoming a group of 10 Team Chelsea striker Raheem Sterling Takes the lead in 47 & 63 min. After Starling’s second goal in 66 min, Leicester Winger Harvey Barnes scored.
Liverpool 9 – 0 Bournemouth: Where does the victory rank among the biggest in the club’s history? Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool team defeated Bournemouth with nine shots on goal to earn their first Premier League victory of the campaign in style. On that particular occasion, Liverpool broke a variety of records.
The club’s biggest win in the history of the Premier League—and the joint-best win in the entire Premier League—was their 9-0 triumph over Bournemouth.
The Reds also tied the mark for their highest-scoring victory at home.

Brazilian Forward Roberto Firmino scored 2 goals and 3 Assist in just 69 min he played, Luis Díaz Scored twice, Harvey Elliott, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Virgil van Dijk, and Fabio Carvalho each player scored & other one is an own goal by Bournemouth defender Chris Mepham.

Manchester City 4 – 2 Crystal Palace: This match was full of drama in the first half City conceded 2 goals in a row in Etihad Stadium.  in 53 min Bernardo Silva scored after that Norway wonder boy Earling Haaland’s show has been started, in just 19 min he scored his first hat trick in the English premier league first season.

Arsenal 2 – 1 Fulham: This season Arsenal was unstoppable. in 56 min Fulham CF Aleksandar Mitrović takes the lead and the lead was just for 8 mins then Martin Ødegaard scored and in 86 min Gabriel Magalhães scored and takes the win for Arsenal.

Sunday 28st August 2022

Aston Villa 0 – 1 West Ham: Pablo Fornals scored the winning goal in 74 min
Wolves 1 – 1 Newcastle: Wolves midfielder Rúben Neves takes the lead in 38 min. but in the last moment of the game Allan Saint-Maximin scored and divided the points.
Nottingham Forest 0 – 2 Tottenham: It’s Harry Kane show. he scored doubled but missed one penalty otherwise he will have his hat trick.

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