Dele had a brace. Firmino had a brace. Who’s the MVP of the round?
England Sim Fantasy Gameweek 12 reached its end and, as promised, we deliver you the final match scores, every day!
This is where you‘ll always find the results for each game, the MVP and the Dream Team of every round. You can check all the main stats (goals, assists, bookings) and the final result of each match.
Liverpool had an easy win at Anfield, Alli’s 1st half brace launched Tottenham for a home win versus Leicester and Wolves carried on strong, this time winning at Selhurst Park!
Check out the scores!
Arsenal vs. Manchester City
Aston Villa vs. Manchester United
Brighton vs. Southampton
Chelsea vs. Bournemouth
Crystal Palace vs. Wolves
Liverpool vs. Burnley
Newcastle vs. West Ham
Norwich vs. Sheffield United
Tottenham vs. Leicester
Watford vs. Everton
Dele Alli instigated Tottenham into a win and himself into the MVP of the Gameweek 12 with 12 points! The Lilywhites’ player scored two goals in less than 10 minutes, in an important home win for the Spurs against Leicester!
The #DreamTeam of England Sim Fantasy’s GW12 has lots of red in it, to go along with the other amazing performances of this round.
Liverpool led the way with 3 players, Wolves and Tottenham doubled in with 2 players each and Leicester, Everton, Brighton and Bournemouth completed this dream side, for a total of 7 different clubs earning a spot in GW12’s Dream Team.
Up front, we have Roberto Firmino (10 points), with a brace in Liverpool’s big home win and Jamie Vardy (9 points), with a goal and an assist, not enough to prevent Leicester’s defeat at the hands of Tottenham.
Behind this dinamic duo, we have Dele Alli (12 points), the MVP of this round, and Tanguy Ndombele (7 points), both scorers in Tottenham’s home win, Georginio Wijnaldum (8 points), nicked one for Liverpool, Adama Traoré (8 points) did the same in Wolves’s away win and André Gomes (7 points) opened the scoresheet for Everton, but not enough to secure a win against Watford.
The line of three at the back is consists of Ezequiel Schelotto (9 points), Rúben Vinagre (9 points) and Andrew Robertson (9 points), all with an assist and a cleanie for Brighton’s home win, Wolves’s win on the road and the Reds clobbering of Burnley. Bournemouth’s piece in this Dream Team is Aaron Ramsdale (6 points), who was the main responsible for keeping a clean sheet for the Cherries.
With today’s scores, here’s how the league table looks like after Gameweek 12.