The has reached the halfway point of the 2022/23 edition, with everything still up for grabs over the second half of the season.
are currently sat at the summit of the table and hold an over second-placed , with the Gunners eyeing their first Premier League title since 2004.
Hot on their heels are and , who at the very least will be keen to secure Champions League football for next season.
And the battle to avoid relegation is as fierce as ever, with the bottom eight teams separated by just five points.
Here is your full lowdown for the second half of the Premier League 2022/23 season.
Premier League 2022/23 season dates
The Premier League season began on August 5, 2022, and will finish on May 28, 2023.
Each club will play 38 games in total, with 19 home fixtures and 19 away fixtures.
Upcoming Premier League fixtures
Premier League fixtures, January 18-23
Wednesday, January 18
- Crystal Palace vs Manchester United – 8pm
Thursday, January 19
- Manchester City vs Tottenham – 8pm
Saturday, January 21
- Liverpool vs Chelsea – 12.30pm
- Leicester City vs Brighton – 3pm
- Southampton vs Aston Villa – 3pm
- West Ham vs Everton – 3pm
- Bournemouth vs Nottingham Forest – 3pm
- Crystal Palace vs Newcastle – 5.30pm
Sunday, January 22
- Manchester City vs Wolves – 2pm
- Leeds United vs Brentford – 2pm
- Arsenal vs Manchester United – 4.30pm
Monday, January 23
- Fulham vs Tottenham – 8pm
How to watch the Premier League on TV in the UK
Sky Sports, BT Sport and Amazon Prime Video are sharing the live Premier League TV rights in the UK.
A total of 128 games will be shown on Sky throughout the season across the Sky Sports Premier League channel.
Sky customers can also live stream games via the Sky Go app and the Sky Sports website.
BT Sport will show 52 matches live and exclusively on TV across the year, which will also be available to live stream on the BT Sport app and BT Sport website.
Meanwhile, Amazon Prime have the exclusive rights to show two rounds of fixtures live on their streaming platform.
On a typical Premier League weekend, Sky Sports will show one match at 5.30pm on the Saturday, and one match at 2pm and 4.30pm on the Sunday.
Meanwhile, BT Sport will typically show the 12.30pm kick-off on Saturday lunchtime.
Premier League 2022/23 Golden Boot race
Manchester City striker is the current top scorer in the Premier League this season with 21 goals, six ahead of in second place.
Premier League top scorers
- Erling Haaland – 21
- Harry Kane – 15
- Ivan Toney – 13
- Aleksandar Mitrovic – 11
- Rodrigo Moreno – 10
- Miguel Almiron – 9
- Martin Odegaard – 9
- Marcus Rashford – 8
- James Maddison – 7
- Mohamed Salah – 7
- Roberto Firmino – 7
- Phil Foden – 7
- Leandro Trossard – 7
- Gabriel Martinelli – 7
What happens if two or more teams finish level on points?
In the event that two or more teams finish level on points at the end of the season, then goal difference will be used to separate the sides.
Should goal difference also be level, then the next tiebreak will be the number of goals scored, followed by points in the head-to-head matches, then away goals in the head-to-head matches.
Which club has won the most Premier League titles?
Manchester United are the most successful team in the history of the Premier League with 13 titles to their name since the competition began in 1992.
Manchester City are the defending champions after finishing one point clear of Liverpool in the 2021/22 season.
Only seven teams have won the Premier League since its inception over 30 years ago; Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Leicester City and Blackburn Rovers.
When is the Premier League transfer window?
The summer transfer window closed on September 1, just under four weeks after the Premier League season began.
The opened on January 1 and will slam shut on January 31 at 11pm.
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