The final pre-FUTmas (as well as Boxing Day) lightning rounds give us plenty to be thankful for this holiday season.
After an explosive weekend of action in the Premier League and around the globe, a ton of big names have found their way into EA Sports’ FIFA 17 Team of the Week 14.
With some of the biggest and best pack varieties available on December 25 for Christmas and again the following day for Boxing Day, if you feel like spending a little Christmas money on building your squad up, you’ll have a shot at a number of enhanced elite player cards.
For those patient Ones to Watch Ousmane Dembele investors, your luck has finally paid off. After getting a Team of the Group Stage card, Dembele’s OTW is overpowered with this big (and overdue) bump after getting a place in this Team of the Week.
Though we’re just two and a half weeks from Team of the Year, there’s plenty of great reasons to rip open some packs and up your bankroll for one of the biggest FIFA Ultimate Team events of the 2016-2017 game lifecycle.
Here’s the FIFA 17’s latest and greatest informs from TOTW 14:
- GK: Samir Handanovič - Inter (Italy) - Slovenia
- CB: Christophe Kerbrat - En Avant Guingamp (France) - France
- CB: Jefrey Bruma - VfL Wolfsburg (Germany) - Holland
- CB: Daniele Rugani - Juventus (Italy) - Italy
- CAM: Christian Eriksen - Tottenham Hotspur (England) - Denmark
- CM: Adam Lallana - Liverpool (England) - England
- CM: Danny Latza - 1. FSV Mainz 05 (Germany) - Germany
- CM: Ousmana Dembélé - Borussia Dortmund (Germany) - France
- ST: Luis Suárez - FC Barcelona (Spain) - Uruguay
- ST: Zlatan Ibrahimović - Manchester United (England) - Sweden
- ST: Dries Mertens - Napoli (Italy) - Belgium
- GK: Łukasz Skorupski - Empoli (Italy) - Poland
- CB: Philipp Netzer - SCR Altach (Austria) - Austria
- CDM: Matty Lund - Rochdale (England) - Northern Ireland
- RM: Jorghino - Arouca (Portugal) - Portugal
- ST: Nemanja Nikolić - Legia Warszawa (Poland) - Hungary
- ST: Ignacio Scocco - Newell's Old Boys (Argentina) - Argentina
- ST: Mario Balloteli - OGC Nice (France) - Italy
- CB: Azpilicueta - Chelsea (England) - Spain
- CM: Leander Dendoncker - Anderlecht (Belgium) - Belgium
- LM: Paul Lanse - Montpellier HSC (France) - France
- LW: Mathieu Valbuena - Olympique Lyonnais (France) - France
- ST: Luciano Vietto - Sevilla FC (Spain) - Argentina