Raining in Manchester. An insufficient draw at Chelsea left Manchester City seven points behind leaders liverpool. On the other hand, Manchester United’s season hits a new low with 2–1 loss to Newcastle.
We know you just can’t go without your daily update. England Sim Fantasy Gameweek 33 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 Liverpool’s home win against Southampton to move 7 points clear at the top. Reds took advantage of the favour City did them and the Premier League title is closer than ever. Jahanbakhsh crucial goal gives Brighton precious win against West Ham. The battle to avoid relegation is intensifying…
Find out what happened elsewhere!
Arsenal vs. Everton
Aston Villa vs. Leicester
Brighton vs. West Ham
Chelsea vs. Man City
Crystal Palace vs. Sheff Utd
Liverpool vs. Southampton
Newcastle vs Man United
Norwich vs. Burnley
Tottenham vs. Bournemouth
Watford vs. Wolves
Steven Bergwijn finished Gameweek 33 as the MVP, with 10 points! The Dutch player assisted and scored helping Tottenham in a home victory versus Bournemouth!
As always, the #DreamTeam has a selection of the best showings in England Sim Fantasy’s Gameweek 33.
Tottenham, Brighton, Newcastle and Sheffield slotted in 2 players each and Bournemouth, Liverpool and Crystal Palace provided the rest of the players, for a total of 7 different clubs earning a spot in the GW33 Dream Team.
The two forwards up top are Harry Kane (10 points) and Callum Wilson (9 points) both with brace for Spurs and Bournemouth respectively. Despite scoring two goals, Wilson couldn’t avoid another loss for his team.
Right behind, we have Steven Bergwijn (10 points), our MVP. With him, Jahanbakhsh (8 points) who scored the winning goal against West Ham, Naby Keïta (7 points) who scored for Liverpool and Sean Longstaff (7 points) and team-mate Almirón (7 points), both with one goal and a cleanie.
Line of three at the back, with Dan Burn (6 points), Joel Ward (6 points) and Chris Basham (6 points), all of them with an important cleanie. Dean Henderson (6 points) was between the sticks for Sheffield United and kept a clean sheet this round.
Here’s how the league table looks like after Gameweek 33.
The RealFevr team