Arsenal’s return to winning ways and Antonio was the man behind West Ham’s big home win!
England Sim Fantasy Gameweek 10 has ended and here are the final scores, like every other day!
Only here you‘ll find the results for each game, the MVP and the Dream Team of every gameweek. You can check goals, assists, bookings and the final result of each match.
Arsenal’s win over Chelsea, Burnley’s late comeback and Antonio’s brace in a big home win for West Ham were tonight’s highlights. Liverpool and City had narrow wins and keep on jousting for 1st place!
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Arsenal vs. Chelsea
Brighton vs. Watford
Burnley vs. Bournemouth
Everton vs. Leicester
Manchester City vs. Wolves
Newcastle vs. Liverpool
Norwich vs. Crystal Palace
Sheffield United vs. Manchester United
Totthenham vs. Aston Villa
West Ham vs. Southampton
Trent Alexander-Arnold finished Gameweek 20 as the MVP, with 12 points!
TAA scored for his second of this simulated season, this time the winner in a tight Liverpool win over Newcastle! Reds remain first after the wingback’s goal!
In another low-scoring round, forwards are the ones on display in the #DreamTeam of England Sim Fantasy’s Gameweek 10.
West Ham was the surprise of the round with 3 players in, Liverpool takes 3 spots as well but in the defensive side of things. Burnley, Arsenal, Brighton, Wolves and Norwich completed the side, for a total of 7 different clubs featured.
The forward line is composed of Ashley Barnes (10 points) and Michail Antonio (10 points), both with braces, the first in Burnley’s comeback win over Bournemouth and the second in West Ham’s win at home, and Alexandre Lacazette (9 points), who had a goal and an assist for Arsenal in the derby victory over Chelsea.
In the middle of the park, Robert Snodgrass (8 points) assisted for both West Ham’s goals, Solly March (7 points) scored for Brighton, Pablo Fornals (7 points) opened the scoresheet for West Ham and Pedro Neto (7 points) scored as well but couldn’t avoid Wolves’ defeat.
Line of the tree at the back, led by Trent Alexander-Arnold(12 points), this round’s MVP and the man behind Liverpool’s win at St. James Park, Grant Hanley (7 points), who scored the first for Norwich against Crystal Palace, and Joseph Gomez(6 points), who had a hand in keeping Liverpool’s clean sheet. Alisson Becker (6 points) was the best keeper of the round.
Here’s how the league table looks like after Gameweek 20.