Tottenham are back in the Champions League and head into the 2022/23 season with a real sense of optimism.
Antonio Conte took a little while to steady the ship but managed to guide Spurs back to the top four on the back of an excellent run of form towards the end of the season, and fans are now hoping that momentum will be carried over into the coming campaign.
Conte has continuously stressed he only works for teams with genuine ambitions of winning the title, so it’s safe to say that the Italian’s goals for this season are lofty, to say the least. However, a number of sides share the same dreams.
If Spurs are going to make genuine noise in the title race, they’re going to have to come out on top when they come face to face with their fiercest rivals, with Chelsea and Arsenal among those looking to close the gap to Liverpool and Manchester City.
Here are the dates for those all-important fixtures.
*Live TV broadcasts will be chosen for select Premier League games throughout the season, dates and/or kick-off times remain subject to change.
*All kick off times listed are 3pm BST/GMT, unless stated otherwise.