Liverpool’s victory raised their tally to 82 points at the top of the Premier League and maintains a gap of 5 points to second-placed Manchester City.
We know you just can’t go without your daily update. England Sim Fantasy Gameweek 32 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 the round were Tottenham’s crazy win at West Ham, Leicester’s third victory in a row and Danny Ings brace inspiring in-form Southampton to defeat Brighton.
Find out what happened elsewhere!
Bournemouth vs. Chelsea
Burnley vs. Liverpool
Everton vs. Newcastle
Leicester vs. Watford
Man City vs. Arsenal
Man United vs. Norwich
Sheff Utd vs. Aston Villa
Southampton vs. Brighton
West Ham vs. Tottenham
Wolves vs. Crystal Palace
14 points were enough for Harry Kane to finish GW32 as the MVP! Tottenham’s striker scored a hat-trick against West Ham, giving 3 important points to the Spurs. Kane’s contribution was crucial.
11 stellar performances make up the #DreamTeam of Gameweek 32 for England Sim Fantasy.
Sheffield United and Man City put 2 players each and Tottenham, Southampton, West Ham, Man United, Liverpool, Chelsea and Wolves filled up the remaining spots, for a total of 9 different clubs earning a spot in the GW32 Dream Team.
Harry Kane (14 points) scored a hat-trick in the Spurs 3–4 win over the Hammers, Michail Antonio (9 points) scorer of one, creator of another couldn’t avoid another loss for West Ham and Danny Ings (10 points) with a brace in Southampton’s home win.
Right behind, Bruno Fernandes (13 points) appears here for the second time in a row, he scored and had 2 assists for his team’s home win. Salah (13 points) and De Bruyne (13 points), both had braces for Liverpool and City respectively, and Callum Hudson-Odoi (12 points) seized his chance, scoring two goals at Bournemouth.
Line of three at the back, with Matt Doherty (9 points), here again for the second day in a row, Kyle Walker (9 points) and Enda Stevens (9 points), all of them with assists and clean sheets in their teams’ home wins. Dean Henderson (6 points) played a big part in Sheffield United’s clean sheet and is the keeper of choice for this round.
Here’s how the league table looks like after Gameweek 32.