There have been six weeks since the events in Qatar, where Wales were eliminated at the group stage and England once again struggled on penalty kicks until Argentina won the 2022 World Cup.
The English top flight will resume on December 26. In case you didn’t remember where we left off, we will catch you up.
After a terrific start to the season with 14 wins, Arsenal is in the lead.
They currently have 37 points after dropping just two games, with their lone loss coming at Manchester United in early September. This is the first time since the 2007–08 campaign that they will be in first place at Christmas after their best Premier League start.
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An intense World Cup in the middle of the season always put players at danger for tiredness and harm.
League leaders Due to Brazil forward Gabriel Jesus’ significant knee injury, Arsenal may be the team to suffer the most.
After what had been a remarkable start to his tenure with the Gunners, albeit one that had seen him fail to score in six league games before the break, it may not be until late February before we see him in action again. Similarly, the domestic season, matches will now be played on a regular basis. This allows all ties to be completed on schedule.
There are five rounds of English top-flight fixtures between now and the end of January. All of this comes after certain clubs competed in the Carabao Cup fourth round, which took place on December 20-22.
Furthermore, the FA Cup third round will take place from January 6 to 9, before some teams return to European action in mid-February.
EPL as it stands pic.twitter.com/m1MTIwxBwQ— Naija (@Naija_PR) December 25, 2022
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