Party is over. Liverpool won the title and Aston Villa, Brighton and Norwich were relegated from our Premier League.
England Sim Fantasy Gameweek 38 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 at Stamford Bridge where Norwich was relegated as defeat to Chelsea. It was a very interesting battle at the bottom of the table with 4 clubs fighting for survival. Crystal Palace, Bournemouth and Newcastle smile, Norwich weeps.
Check out the other scores!
Brighton vs. Sheff Utd
Bournemouth vs. Man United
Chelsea vs. Norwich
Crystal Palace vs. Everton
Liverpool vs. Watford
Man City vs. Burnley
Newcastle vs. Tottenham
Southampton vs. Leicester
West Ham vs. Arsenal
Wolves vs. Aston Villa
15 points were enough for Wilfried Zaha to finish GW38 as the MVP! Crystal Palace’s midfielder had a big brace and an assist in a home win versus Everton. Zaha’s contribution was essential.
As usual, the #DreamTeam has a selection of the best showings in England Sim Fantasy’s Gameweek 38.
Liverpool and Man City are the most featured clubs, with 3 players each. Leicester put up 2 and West Ham, Crystal Palace and Wolves completed the team, for a total of 6 different clubs earning a spot in GW38’s Dream Team.
The attacking trio is composed of Jamie Vardy (14 points), who scored a hat-trick in the remarkable 0–3 win at Southampton. With him, Jiménez (10 points), with a brace to close the season and Sergio Aguero (10 points), who did the same for Man City.
In the middle of the park, we have Wilfried Zaha (15 points), our MVP. Together with him, Salah (14 points), who had a goal and two assists to celebrate the title, Leroy Sané (11 points), who had goal plus assist versus Burnley and Felipe Anderson (10 points), who did the same for West Ham to beat Arsenal.
Line of three at the back, led by Alexander-Arnold (15 points), who got a goal and a assist plus a cleanie in Liverpool’s win, Virgil van Dijk (12 points), who got a goal and a cleanie and Ricardo Pereira (9 points), who had an assist and a cleanie for Leicester. Claudio Bravo ( 6 points), was between the sticks for City and kept a clean sheet this round.