Marquinhos and Haaland line up to upgrade
Team of the Week (TOTW) 11 is set to release in FIFA 22 The last group TODAY and will be available as a bundle.
There will be some quality players coming in after that, so take a look at who we think will feature in this week’s squad and their potential ratings below.
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TOTGS coming soon!
Look same Team of the Group Stage (TOTGS) Promotions may come next in FUT 22.
Nepenthez made a BIG hint via Twitter, which you can check out below.
We’re expecting EA to roll out players from the Champions League, Europa League and Europa Conference League competitions, as we’ve seen for Road to Knockouts (RTTK) incident.
Selected players will receive substantial boosts to their base cards, to rival their performance in Europe.
Anthony Lopes (OVR 82 – IF 84)
Lyon have goalkeeper Anthony Lopes to thank for their three points at the weekend after the Portuguese star kept Montpellier flying.
Already 85 OVR Law breakers , a new IF card for Anthony Lopes’ will provide another GK alternative in Ligue 1.
Marquinhos (OVR 87 – SIF 89)
Sergio Ramos made his PSG debut on Sunday, but the Spaniard’s legend was overshadowed by teammate central defender Marquinhos.
The Brazilian scored twice for the French giants in a comfortable 3-1 win, and Lionel Messi also provided all three assists on the night.
Kalvin Phillips (OVR 81 – IF 84)
England international Kalvin Phillips appears to be adjusting to his new central defender role for club Leeds.
Marcelo Bielsa’s men weren’t at their best against Brighton, but Phillips was on hand to help them defend firmly and get a valuable point.
Evan Ndicka (OVR 77 – IF 82)
Eintracht Frankfurt was drawing 1-1 in the 95th minute of the match against Union Berlin when French midfielder Evan Ndicka reached the top to head the winning goal.
The header alone deserves a card in the frame, but the fact it was also a winner in injury time secured his spot in our TOTW 11 prediction.
Ilkay Gundogan (OVR 85 – IF 86)
On a snowy day in Manchester, Ilkay Gundogan beat West Ham with a goal and an assist.
An early form card of the season could go to Gundogan, who can hit 86 OVR.
James Maddison (OVR 82 – IF 84)
James Maddison was included in the England squad not long ago, but his form seems to have declined since last season.
However, Leicester’s creative spark was back at its best against Watford, getting on the scoresheet and providing two assists in the Foxes’ 4-2 win.
Moussa Diaby (OVR 81 – IF 84)
This week, Moussa Diaby is likely to make a change after scoring a goal and an assist from the right wing against RB Leipzig.
The speedy Frenchman is already one of the best wingers in the Bundesliga, so this card could be very popular.
Ihlas Bebou (OVR 77 – IF 82)
Hoffenheim and Greuther Furth played a classic with nine goals at the weekend, as Hoffenheim took three points with a 6-3 win!
Togo player Ihlas Bebou was the man of the day and took home a hat-trick in the match.
Erling Haaland (OVR 88 – IF 89)
Erling Haaland is back from a hip injury over the weekend.
That goal also means he has 50 goals in 50 Bundesliga games, an incredible record worthy of the TOTW title.
Dries Mertens (OVR 84 – IF 86)
A brace of 34-year-old Belgian striker Dries Mertens helped Napoli beat Lazio 4-0 to maintain the top spot in Serie A.
Mertens also joined in on a superb team goal which he succeeded with a stunning finish after fooling an intervening defender.
Diogo Jota (OVR 82 – IF 84)
It took just 97 seconds for Diogo Jota to hit Southampton, one of only two goals he scored in the match.
His performance was well-deserved for the TOTW tag, we wonder if he will use his own card in Ultimate Team?