The March international break may arrive at an inconvenient time for some, but it’s a timely reset point ahead of the final stretch of the 2022/23 Premier League season.

It’s crunch time across the board with so much to play for in the title and top-four races, as well as the fight against relegation.

A thrilling finale is afoot but, for now, supporters can enjoy a quick breather before the anxiety returns. Well, unless you’re an Aston Villa fan. You lot can relax for the rest of the season and attempt to spoil everybody else’s campaign while you inevitably finish ninth or tenth.

Anyway, where we were we? Ah yes, the international break. It’s a pretty tasty one, and there’s plenty of intriguing fixtures to enjoy. However, the vast majority of us just want to know when the Premier League will be back!

Euro 2024 qualifying begins over the March international break and the draw has thrown up some tasty groups and fixtures.

England take on Italy and Ukraine to get their campaign underway, while France and Netherlands duel in Paris before Les Bleus visit the Republic of Ireland.

Wales take on Croatia and Latvia in Group D as Scotland play host to Cyprus and Spain in Group A. Northern Ireland’s campaign begins in San Marino before they return home and take on Finland.

Germany take on Belgium in the standout friendly of the break, while South American behemoths Brazil and Argentina are also in friendly action. Brazil take on World Cup semi-finalists Morocco with the La Albiceleste playing Panama in their first game since they triumphed in Qatar.


Virgil van Dijk, Erling Haaland

Manchester City host Liverpool after the international break / Laurence Griffiths/GettyImages

The Premier League returns to action on the 1 April and fans are treated to a huge clash in the title race with Man City hosting Liverpool in the early kick-off.

Arsenal take on Leeds later in the day in what could be a significant weekend in the fight for survival. Nottingham Forest take on Wolves and Crystal Palace host Leicester on Saturday before Southampton visit West Ham on Sunday.

Newcastle and Man Utd battle it out at St. James’ Park in a clash that could have serious ramifications in the top-four race.

Premier League fixtures after international break


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