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Barclays Premier League Fixtures 15-17 March 2014

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  • Playerjames's Avatar
    17 posts since Oct '13
    • Barclays Premier League 2013/14

      Saturday 15 March 2014

      Hull v Man City 8.45pm mio TV Ch 102 / StarHub TV Ch 227

      Everton v Cardiff 11.00pm mio TV Ch 102 / StarHub TV Ch 227

      Fulham v Newcastle 11.00pm mio TV Ch 103 / StarHub TV Ch 228

      Southampton v Norwich 11.00pm mio TV Ch 104 / StarHub TV Ch 229

      Swansea v West Brom 11.00pm mio TV Ch 105 / StarHub TV Ch 230

      Stoke City v West Ham 11.00pm mio TV Ch 106 / StarHub TV Ch 231

      Sunderland v Crystal Palace 11.00pm mio TV Ch 107 / StarHub TV Ch 232

      Sunday 16 March 2014

      Aston Villa v Chelsea 1.30am mio TV Ch 102 / StarHub TV Ch 227

      Manchester United v Liverpool 9.30pm mio TV Ch 102 / StarHub TV Ch 227

      Monday 17 March 2014

      Tottenham v Arsenal 12.00am mio TV Ch 102 / StarHub TV Ch 227

  • DavidMarcus192's Avatar
    5 posts since Mar '14
    • My feedback on the matches this week.

      A good lineup of matches, especially the Sunday night ones

      This Sunday got two big matches (Man Utd v Liverpool and Tottenham v Arsenal). I will definitely watch them. Liverpool and Arsenal have the chance to do the double on their opponents.

      I think Liverpool can at least force a draw at Old Trafford, since Man Utd are not in good form and Tottenham will win the North London derby. Arsenal have not won at White Hart Lane since 2007.

      Aston Villa v Chelsea on Sunday morning at 1.30am. Like last week, Chelsea will play last, so have to stay up till 3.30am again to watch them. This is because Sky Sports picked the match for live broadcasting in the UK.

  • Lamrongpeng5's Avatar
    2 posts since Oct '13
    • This Sunday will be a Super Sunday, therefore I will catch both the matches, since Monday is a school holiday. If you missed any of the matches, you can catch some of the matches on mio Stadium On Demand (mio TV Ch 109 and StarHub TV Ch 234). The two sunday matches will definitely be available on demand, since both matches are big ones. The matches will be available on demand for a month after the match.

  • DavidMarcus192's Avatar
    5 posts since Mar '14
    • Yeah, you will be able to catch the matches on demand. So my children don't have to worry about not being able to watch the late games when there is school the next day.

      Edited by DavidMarcus192 13 Mar `14, 5:10PM
  • Playerjames's Avatar
    17 posts since Oct '13
    • In the past, kopitiams (coffee shops) in the neighbourhood used to show EPL matches live. Nowadays, kopitiams do not show matches anymore, they only show mediacorp channels only. Gone were the times where people gather at kopitiams to watch the matches and make a lot of noise whenever a goal is scored. They drink beer and make friends with other people. Due to complaints from residents, kopitiams are prohibited from showing matches during late hours, they must turn off their tv sets by 11pm so that residents can sleep. Only places like clarke quay and chinatown show matches nowadays. Without kopitiam live screening, people now have to subscribe to their own cable tv service in order to catch them and have to pay monthly subscription fee while in the past, they can go to kopitiam to catch the matches for free (since the kopitiam boss subscribe and pay for the cable tv). Watching football alone at home is lonely compared to watching them with many people at the kopitiam.

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