West Ham woke up, Brighton keeps on winning and Mane was at it again!
England Sim Fantasy Gameweek 27 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 Leicester’s victory at the Emirates, Brighton’s third victory in a row, West Ham finally won again after 5 games and Rashford had a brace but not enough to prevent United’s away draw!
Find out what happened elsewhere!
Arsenal vs. Leicester
Brighton vs. Crystal Palace
Burnley vs. Aston Villa
Chelsea vs. Everton
Liverpool vs. Sheffield United
Newcastle vs. Southampton
Norwich vs. Manchester City
Watford vs. Tottenham
West Ham vs. Bournemouth
Wolves vs. Manchester United
10 points were enough for Sadio Mané to finish GW27 as the MVP! Liverpool’s player opened the scoresheet and assist another goal at home in a victory versus Sheffield United.
11 stellar performances make up the #DreamTeam of Gameweek 27 for England Sim Fantasy.
Brighton stole the show this round with 3 players in the Dream Team. West Ham placed 2 and Burnley, Leicester, Liverpool, City, and Newcastle filled up the remaining spots, for a total of 8 different clubs earning a spot in the GW26 Dream Team.
Up front, all by himself, it’s Marcus Rashford (9 points), with a brace for Man United, but not enough to avoid the away draw.
In the middle of the park, we have Sadio Mané (10 points), our MVP. With him, Aaron Mooy (8 points) netted the winner for Brighton, Ayoze Pérez (8 points) did the same for Leicester away at Arsenal, Pablo Fornals (8 points) closed the scoresheet in West Ham’s home win and Leroy Sané (8 points) opened the way for Man City’s away win
Aaron Cresswell (9 points), with a cleanie and an assist, sits atop all defenders, followed by Martín Montoya (8 points) from Brighton, Valentino Lazaro (6 points), with a cleanie in Newcastle’s home nil-nil, and Charlie Taylor (6 points) who did the same in Burnley’s home victory. Another Brighton man, Matthew Ryan (6 points), is the round pick between the sticks.
Scores are in and here’s how the league table looks like after Gameweek 27.