Liverpool look the team to beat in the ePremier League Grand Finals after the 2018/19 champion Tekkz led them to a perfect record in the group stage.
The Reds won all four of their matches, the only team to do so, with Tekkz and Diogo finishing a flawless day with a 7-0 aggregate win over defending ePL champions Manchester City, who crashed out as the only side without a single point.
See: Norwich crowned ePL champions
🙌 𝐌 𝐀 𝐗 𝐈 𝐌 𝐔 𝐌 🙌— Premier League (@premierleague) March 26, 2022
Liverpool end the day as they started it, posting win No.4 to top Group B...
... and that's goal No.2️⃣6️⃣3️⃣ to wrap up the #ePL Grand Finals Group Stage!#ePremierLeague | @EASPORTSFIFA pic.twitter.com/qEWXfkuEOs
The pair's reward for their success in Group B is a quarter-final tie against Group C runners-up Crystal Palace.
Brentford v Aston Villa
Liverpool v Crystal Palace
Leeds v Everton
Norwich v Chelsea
Last season’s ePL runner-up Ollelito did the lion’s share of the work to send Leeds United into the knockout stages as Group C winners.
He beat Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Joey 4-0 on Xbox, taking the pressure off his team-mate MHaywxrd, who won 2-0 in the second leg on Playstation 5 in Saturday's final round of group-stage matches.
That took Leeds above Crystal Palace on goal difference, with nine points each, while Southampton finished just short with seven points after drawing 4-4 with Manchester United in their final match.
Everton secured the runner-up spot in Group B as their pursuers Burnley lost their match in hand, suffering a 4-1 defeat against Leicester City, with Painter winning the first leg 3-1 for the Foxes.
In Group A, ePL new boys Brentford won their top-of-the-table duel with London rivals Chelsea to secure top spot.
SamBrwster won the first leg 3-0 for the Bees and, although Chelsea’s Stingrayjnr battled back and took the second leg 3-1, czohino’s solitary strike in that match secured a 4-3 aggregate victory.
ℂ𝕝𝕒𝕤𝕤𝕚𝕔 𝕡𝕝𝕒𝕪𝕖𝕣𝕤 🤝 ℂ𝕝𝕒𝕤𝕤𝕚𝕔 𝕔𝕙𝕒𝕟𝕥𝕤— Premier League (@premierleague) March 26, 2022
A finish fit for a 'King', slotted by Brentford 👏👏👏#ePremierLeague | @EASPORTSFIFA pic.twitter.com/AEN7u5ShCU
Brighton & Hove Albion finished an unbeaten campaign with a win, beating Arsenal 5-3 after three straight draws, but they were already out of contention.
Group D winners Norwich City finished on a high with a resounding 11-4 victory over Watford as damie triumphed 6-2 and GoalPoacher_ nearly matched that result with a 5-2 win.
Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur, both already eliminated, finished up with an entertaining 4-4 draw.
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Group A: Chelsea 3-2 Arsenal
Group B: Liverpool 2-1 Leicester
Group C: Southampton 3-2 Wolves
Group D: Spurs 2-3 Norwich
Group A: Brighton 3-3 West Ham
Group B: Burnley 1-1 Everton
Group C: Leeds 5-1 Crystal Palace
Group D: Watford 4-3 Aston Villa
Round 1 review: Ex-champion's Spurs stunned by Norwich
Group A: Chelsea 3-2 West Ham
Group B: Liverpool 7-5 Everton
Group C: Southampton 1-7 Crystal Palace
Group D: Spurs 1-6 Aston Villa
Group A: Arsenal 5-8 Brentford
Group B: Leicester 3-2 Man City
Group C: Wolves 3-2 Man Utd
Group D: Norwich 7-0 Newcastle
Round 2 review: Tekkz stars as Liverpool beat Everton
Group A: West Ham 2-7 Brentford
Group B: Everton 3-2 Man City
Group C: Crystal Palace 5-2 Man Utd
Group D: Aston Villa 4-0 Newcastle
Group A: Chelsea 2-2 Brighton
Group B: Liverpool 4-3 Burnley
Group C: Southampton 3-2 Leeds
Group D: Spurs 6-2 Watford
Round 3 review: Brentford make it two wins from two
Group A: Brighton 2-2 Brentford
Group B: Burnley 5-0 Man City
Group C: Leeds 7-3 Man Utd
Group D: Watford 3-4 Newcastle
Group A: West Ham 3-4 Arsenal
Group B: Everton 4-1 Leicester
Group C: Crystal Palace 4-3 Wolves
Group D: Aston Villa 3-3 Norwich
Round 4 review: Former champions eliminated
Group A: Brighton 5-3 Arsenal
Group B: Burnley 1-4 Leicester
Group C: Leeds 6-0 Wolves
Group D: Watford 4-11 Norwich
Group A: Chelsea 3-4 Brentford
Group B: Liverpool 7-0 Man City
Group C: Southampton 4-4 Man Utd
Group D: Spurs 4-4 Newcastle