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England Sim Fantasy: the Results of Gameweek 6

Goalfest at Stamford Bridge and a draw in the Merseyside derby, but the big surprise of the round happened at St. James Park!

England Sim Fantasy Gameweek 6 has come to an end and, as promised, we deliver you the final match results!

This is the spot where you‘ll always 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 game.

The highlight this week was Chelsea vs. Tottenham, a game that produced 8 goals, Newcastle’s home win against Arsenal and Sheffield United’s back-to-back wins.

Check it out!


Brighton vs. Burnley

Bournemouth vs. Aston Villa

Chelsea vs. Tottenham

Crystal Palace vs. Watford

Liverpool vs. Everton

Manchester City vs. Manchester United

Newcastle vs. Arsenal

Southampton vs. Norwich

West Ham vs. Sheffield United

Wolves vs. Leicester


Egan was the MVP this gameweek, with 12 points! The Sheffield United centre-back got the winning goal in an early corner and helped his team in keeping a cleanie away from home.

Dream Team

Scoring centre-backs and forwards with a brace make up for most of England Sim Fantasy’s Gameweek 6 #DreamTeam.

This week, 8 different clubs earned a ticket to this dream side.

Chelsea led the way with 3 players, Everton and Newcastle doubled in with 2 players each and Bournemouth, Tottenham, Sheffield Utd. and Burnley managed to enter this restricted club.

Front line with Callum Wilson (10 points), Tammy Abraham (10 points) and Harry Kane (10 points), all with braces, Abraham and Kane versus each other, in the North West London derby.

The midfield trio has Miguel Almirón (10 points), who opened the scoresheet for Newcastle against Arsenal, Mason Mount (10 points) and Willian (8 points), both instrumental in Chelsea’s win.

At the back we have our MVP, Jonh Egan (12 points), Charlie Taylor (8 points) who had an assist in Burnley’s win, Yerry Mina (8 points) opened the hostilities for Everton in the Merseryside derby draw, and Fabian Schär (7 points) who scored in Newcastle’s win. Last but not least, Jordan Pickford (7 points) was the man behind the Toffee’s Anfield draw, stopping Salah’s penalty in the 2nd half.

League Table

Here’s how the league table looks like after Gameweek 6.



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