England Sim Fantasy: the Results of Gameweek 17

May 30, 2020
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City slipped, Liverpool won and is the new leader! Robertson played a big part in today’s win over rival Man U!

England Sim Fantasy Gameweek 17 is in the bag and, as always, we have for you the final scores of the day!

Here you‘ll find the results for each game, the MVP and the Dream Team of the round. All the main stats (goals, assists, bookings), the final result of each match and how the scoresheet was built.

The highlights of the round were Manchester City’s away draw, falling down from the top spot of the league, Liverpool’s important win at Anfield over Man United, moving the Reds to the first place, and Tottenham’s away win at the Emirates!

Find out what happened elsewhere!

Results

Arsenal vs. Tottenham

Brighton vs. Aston Villa

Burnley vs. Sheffield United

Chelsea vs. Crystal Palace

Liverpool vs. Manchester United

Newcastle vs. Manchester City

Norwich vs. Everton

Watford vs. Southampton

West Ham vs. Leicester

Wolves vs. Bournemouth

MVP

Robertson finished Gameweek 17 as the MVP, with 12 points!
The Reds’ wingback had two assists in the win over Man United, all while helping LFC keep another home cleanie!

Dream Team

11 stellar performances make up the #DreamTeam of Gameweek 17 for England Sim Fantasy.

Southampton and Chelsea are heavily featured, with 3 players each, Burnley sneaked in for a duo and Everton, Liverpool and Norwich completed the side, with 6 different clubs making the team.

In a dismal week for fowards, the lone striker is Ashley Barnes (6 points), who scored in Burnley’s home win versus Sheffield United.

In the middle of the park, we have Richarlison (12 points) with a brace in Everton’s away draw, Christian Pulisic (11 points) and Ross Barkley (8 points), both scoring in the Blues’s victory over Crystal Palace, Sofiane Boufal (8 points), who scored the winner for Southampton, and Emi Buendia (8 points), creator of two goals in Norwich’s home draw.

Line of four at the back, led by Andrew Robertson (12 points), the main man for Liverpool today and this round’s MVP, joined in by César Azpilicueta (9 points), who had an assist for Chelsea, James Tarkowski (7 points), who opened the scoresheet for Burnley, Yan Valery (6 points) helped the Saints keep a clean sheet in their away win and, last but not least, Valery’s team-mate Alex McCarthy (6 points), is the round pick between the sticks.

League Table

Scores are in and here’s how the league table looks like after Gameweek 17.

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