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Football fans will absolutely love January of 2022 as there are numerous fascinating clashes to come.
The Premier League has the most exciting games, including two London derbies.
Serie A is also plenty of power clashes, which will make Italian football fans beyond excited.
Important clash awaits in the French Ligue 1, as PSG will face Lyon.
In La Liga, leaders Real Madrid will have a tough clash awaiting against Valencia.
Here are top 10 matches that real football fans should not miss in January 2022.
Arsenal will have a rematch against City, after that 5-0 defeat at the Etihad back in August.
Gunners endured a quite a dismal start to the season with 3 losses, however, managed to get back to their winning ways climbing up to the top 5 in the Premier League.
The Emirates game is definitely a clash to witness and to start the 2022 football year.
2. Chelsea v Liverpool, January 2, 2022, 16:30pm, GMT, Stamford Bridge
The clash all the Premier League fans will be looking forward to. Two top teams in the league that are at their highest form. Mohamed Salah goals and Edouard Mendy saves will make this clash a must-see showdown.
3. Manchester City v Chelsea, January 15, 2022, 12:30pm, GMT, Etihad Stadium
Chelsea’s another exciting and tough match this January. The two league leaders will face each other hopefully giving the fans an exciting match to see.
Thomas Tuchel against Pep Guardiola, a masterclass that will give a beautiful game and memories.
4. Tottenham v Arsenal, January 16, 2022, 16:30pm, GMT, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
North London derby No. 2 is s as well set to take place this January. Arsenal beat Tottenham 3-1 in the Emirates game and Spurs will be looking to winning in the rematch.
5. Chelsea v Tottenham, January 23, 2022, 16:30pm, GMT, Stamford Bridge
Chelsea’s January turns out to be quite hectic, as they have yet another tough game to play – against Tottenham. Antonio Conte will face his former team, with who he won the Premier League title in his first year. Fans will be eager to see how Conte will prepare his new side to face the Blues.