The Saints ended their drought, the Reds won at Old Trafford with a late penalty and a defender from Brighton is this round’s MVP!
We know you just can’t go without your daily update. England Sim Fantasy Gameweek 28 final scores are here!
This is where you‘ll always find the results for each game, the MVP and the Dream Team of every gameweek. Where you can check goals, assists, bookings and the final result of each match.
The highlights of tonight were the end of Southampton’s drought, Liverpool escaped Old Trafford with 3 points in the bag and the North London Derby ended in a draw!
Check out the other scores!
Aston Villa vs. Brighton
Bournemouth vs. Wolves
Crystal Palace vs. Chelsea
Everton vs. Norwich
Leicester vs. West Ham
Manchester City vs. Newcastle
Manchester United vs. Liverpool
Sheffield United vs. Burnley
Southampton vs. Watford
Tottenham vs. Arsenal
Dan Burn finished Gameweek 28 as the MVP, with 12 points! The Brighton defender scored for the first time in this simulated season, helping Brighton clinch a much needed win over relegation rivals Aston Villa!
As always, the #DreamTeam has a selection of the best showings in England Sim Fantasy’s Gameweek 28.
Crystal Palace, Sheffield United and Southampton slotted in 2 players each and Arsenal, Brighton, Everton, Man City and Tottenham provided the rest of the players, for a total of 8 different clubs earning a spot in the GW28 Dream Team.
The attacking trio is made up of Danny Ings (10 points), Gabriel Jesus (10 points) and Harry Kane (10 points), all with braces for Southampton, City and Tottenham, respectively.
Following suit in the midfield, Sander Berge (8 points), who scored in Sheffield United’s home victory, Wilfried Zaha (8 points), author of the winner at Selhurst Park, Gylfi Sigurdsson (7 points), who scored the equalizer in Everton’s home draw, and Nicolas Pépé (7 points), who also had a goal for Arsenal this round.
Line of three at the back, with Dan Burn (12 points), our MVP, Joel Ward (6 points), with a cleanie for Palace, and Kevin Danso (6 points), also with the clean sheet, for Southampton. Dean Henderson (6 points) played a big part in Sheffield United’s clean sheet and is the keeper of choice for this round.
Take a look at the standings after Gameweek 28.