England Sim Fantasy: the Results of Gameweek 36

Despite getting 11 games undefeated, Leicester were surpassed by Man United in the League Table, who earn the third place.

England Sim Fantasy Gameweek 36 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.

The highlights of the round were Liverpool’s home win versus Arsenal. The Reds keeps leadership holding a two-point advantage over Manchester City with just two rounds remaining.

Check out the other scores!


Results

Brighton vs. Everton

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Bournemouth vs. Sheff Utd

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Chelsea vs. Watford

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Crystal Palace vs. Leicester

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Liverpool vs. Arsenal

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Man City vs. Tottenham

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Newcastle vs. Norwich

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Southampton vs. Aston Villa

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West Ham vs Man United

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Wolves vs Burnley

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MVP

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Jamie Vardy finished Gameweek 36 as the MVP, with 12 points! The striker was honored with the MVP for the first time in the season! He had a goal and two assists in an away draw against Crystal Palace.

Dream Team

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The round’s highlight was Wolves with 3 players in the Dream Team. Newcastle and Brighton slotted in 2 players and LeicesterMan CitySouthampton and Chelsea took the remaining spots, for a total of 7 different clubs earning a spot in the GW36 Dream Team.

The attacking trio is composed of Jamie Vardy (12 points), the MVP. With him, Sergio Aguero (10 points), with a brace to keep City fighting for the title and Jiménez (9 points), who scored one and assisted another in Wolverhampton´s win over Burnley.

In the middle of the park, we have Saint-Maximin (11 points), almost taking the MVP with a goal and an assist, Hudson-Odoi (10 points), who did the same for ChelseaRedmond (8 points), who got two assists and Adama Traoré (8 points), who scored the opener against Burnley.

At the back, Valentino Lazaro (8 points), had an assist and a cleanie for NewcastleKevin Long (6 points) had a cleanie for Wolves and Dan Burn (6 points) who did the same for Brighton in a home draw versus EvertonRyan (6 points), was between the sticks for Brighton and kept a clean sheet this round.

League Table

Here’s how the league table looks like after Gameweek 36.

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