Premier League Saturday Gameweek 31 Match Highlights [VIDEO]

It was another action packed day in the Premier League with 22 goals in 8 goals for an average of 2.75 goals per match. Despite the fact that the exciting matches today were sandwiched between a boring early kick-off and an equally dire late match, there was still plenty to savor including some sensational goals. On top of that, a manager got the sack.

If you missed any of the action, here are the highlights. Due to rights restrictions, these are only accessible for viewers in the United States.

Sunderland vs Manchester United

Video: Sunderland v Manchester United Premier League Highlights 03/30/13

Arsenal vs Reading

Video: Arsenal v Reading Premier League Highlights 03/30/13

Southampton vs Chelsea

Video: Southampton v Chelsea Premier League Highlights 03/30/13

Manchester City vs Newcastle United

Video: Manchester City v Newcastle Premier League Highlights 03/30/13

Wigan Athletic vs Norwich City

Video: Wigan v Norwich City Premier League Highlights 03/30/13

West Ham United vs West Bromwich Albion

Video: West Ham v West Brom Premier League Highlights 03/30/13

Swansea City vs Tottenham Hotspur

Video: Swansea City v Tottenham Premier League Highlights 03/30/13

Everton vs Stoke City

Video: Everton v Stoke City Premier League Highlights 03/30/13

2 thoughts on “Premier League Saturday Gameweek 31 Match Highlights [VIDEO]”

  1. I asked my local cable provider why I could not access certain videos. And was told unofficially that while archaic selfish big-boy (only my naive opinion) laws forbid live streaming, downloading is more a grey area. So if you could make the highlights videos available to download, we poor colonials in Canada could benefit as do free Yanks. (“Due to rights restrictions .. available only to viewers in the Univted States.”). I would peg your site as “trustworthy”, free from viruses?

    1. The videos are from FOX Soccer, who have rights to show highlights in the US only. Best bet is to check with Score or TSN (or whichever broadcasters have Canadian rights now) to watch highlights on their websites.

      The Gaffer

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