"I'm doing everything I can to watch them legally, so I don't see why I can't watch the remaining games online?"
Adam, 21 Arsenal fan
The Premier League says it shut down more than 30,000 illegal internet streams of its television matches last season.
That works out at more than 75 for every game in the 2011/12 campaign.
The league says streaming is a significant problem and will look to use new anti-piracy laws against the worst offenders.
A report in June warned illegal live TV websites had enjoyed a "rapid rise" over the last year.
Most live sport websites link to pirate streams hosted elsewhere.
They are mainly taken from foreign broadcasters' TV coverage.
Dan Johnson, a spokesman for the Premier League, said: "If you want top quality football, it costs money.
"It's not just about star performers getting paid well, it's about investment in facilities and youth development."
The enforcement company NetResult is able to automatically detect the 'fingerprint' of online videos, flagging up those which appear to be the same as live matches.
Tim Cooper from the firm says they aim to shut down 80% of Premier League streams during a match.
He said: "It is a case of 'whack-a-mole'. One disappears and another one comes back online.