Klopp can’t complain about the Premier League’s Christmas fixtures, as Chelsea and Wolves have the busiest schedules.

Neither Jurgen Klopp nor Roberto De Zerbi can whine about the festive programme this year, but Mauricio Pochettino and Gary O’Neil might be entitled to feel aggrieved…


The festive programme is nearly upon us, which inevitably leads to moaning from Premier League bosses over the tight schedules.


Last year, it seemed that Liverpool, Manchester United and Leeds had been done dirtiest by the fixture planners and the TV networks.

Jurgen Klopp can’t complain this season, though. Certainly not like Mauricio Pochettino and Gary O’Neil.


7) Manchester United: 173 hours

Saturday 23 December: West Ham (A) 12:30pm

79.5 hours

Tuesday 26 December: Aston Villa (H) 8pm

93.5 hours

Saturday 30 December: Nottingham Forest (A) 5:30pm




6) Nottingham Forest: 170.5 hours

Saturday 23 December: Bournemouth (H) 3pm

69.5 hours

Tuesday 26 December: Newcastle (A) 12:30pm

101 hours

Saturday 30 December: Man Utd (H) 5:30pm

5) Burnley: 168 hours

Saturday 23 December: Fulham (A) 3pm

74.5 hours

Tuesday 26 December: Liverpool (H) 5:30pm

93.5 hours

Saturday 30 December: Aston Villa (A) 3pm

4) Everton: 168 hours

Saturday 23 December: Spurs (A) 3pm

101.25 hours

Wednesday 27 December: Man City (H) 8:15pm

66.75 hours

Saturday 30 December: Wolves (A) 3pm

3) Luton: 165.5 hours

Saturday 23 December: Newcastle (H) 3pm

72 hours

Tuesday 26 December: Sheffield Utd (A) 3pm

93.5 hours

Saturday 30 December: Chelsea (H) 12:30pm


2) Wolves: 146 hours

Sunday 24 December: Chelsea (H) 1pm

78.5 hours

Wednesday 27 December: Brentford (A) 7:30pm

67.5 hours

Saturday 30 December: Everton (H) 3pm


1) Chelsea: 143.5 hours

Sunday 24 December: Wolves (A) 1pm

78.5 hours

Wednesday 27 December: Crystal Palace (H) 7:30pm

65 hours

Saturday 30 December: Luton (A) 12:30pm


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