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FIFA 17 Team of the Week 36 Predictions

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The last of the big leagues.

Watford v Manchester City - Premier League Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images

With just Serie A still playing next week out of the main European leagues, expect the quality of TOTWs to drop significantly, with leagues such as the MLS taking up the majority of places soon. With it being the last, there are a lot of very big names included this week, so let’s begin.

As the Premier League TOTS being in packs just now, Harry Kane will be excluded despite scoring 7 in his two games this week. Instead, Heung Min Son and Ben Davies should receive informs for their performances, with Son getting 2 goals and 2 assists over both games, and Davies scoring in Spurs’ 7-1 win. After missing out on the TOTS, Sergio Agüero should get an IF for his 2 goals and 1 assist from City's 5-0 thrashing of Watford. Finally, Georginio Wijnaldum was Liverpool's hero as they won 3-0 to qualify for the Champions League, with the Dutch midfielder scoring the first and assisting the 3rd goals.

In Germany, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored twice to steal the Golden Boot from former teammate Robert Lewandowski. However, as I expect him to get a TOTS this week, I have opted for his striker partner Marco Reus, who also scored twice in a 4-3 win, which secured Dortmund an automatic spot in next seasons Champions League. At the opposite end of the table, Christian Mathenia was the hero for Hamburg, as they avoided the relegation playoff thanks to an 88th minute winner. Mathenia was voted the Kicker POTW for his 4 saves, including one very late on to keep the game at 2-1 against relegation rivals Wolfsburg.

Real Madrid rounded off an excellent season with their first league title in 5 years thanks to a 2-0 win over Malaga. Keylor Navas made 6 saves to keep Real in the lead and guarantee the title. Sevilla had already confirmed a fourth place finish but ended the season on a high with a 5-0 win. Vitolo was their star, scoring once and setting up another two goals.

Juventus finally wrapped up the Serie A title with a 3-0 win over Crotone after Roma and Napoli pushed them all the way. Paulo Dybala claimed the MOTM award for his goal and assist to help them stay four points clear with one game to go. Elsewhere, Sassuolo were this week’s highest scorers, putting 6 past Cagliari as they won 6-2. Domenico Berardi was the MOTM thanks to his goal and 2 assists. Finally, I have taken a punt on Napoli's Kalidou Koulibaly, who scored in their 4-1 win. He was not MOTM, but with a real lack of defenders, I think he has a chance of making the cut.

The soon-departing Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette put on a show in what was probably his final game for the club, scoring twice in a 3-3 draw against Nice. Nicolas de Préville has been in fine form lately, and kept going this week as he carried Lille to a 3-0 win, scoring all 3 goals in the match. Lastly, Fallou Diagne helped bring the already relegated Nancy's Ligue 1 adventure to an end with a goal in their 3-1 win over Saint Etienne.

As always, the Futhead Squad Builder brings us visual representation for our side. You can check out the squad here, and make sure you follow Me on Twitter for all kinds of insight about TOTW, FIFA Mobile, and more. This week, we will be looking at who will make it into the Ligue 1 TOTS, so make sure to check back later in the week to see that

Team of the Week 36 Predictions

Position Player Club Country Rating Pred.
Position Player Club Country Rating Pred.
GK Keylor Navas Real Madrid Costa Rica 85 > 86
LB Ben Davies Tottenham Hotspurs Wales 78 > 82
CB Kalidou Koulibaly Napoli Senegal 83 > 85 > 86 > 87 > 88
CB Fallou Diagne Nancy Senegal 75 > 81
LW Heung Min Son Tottenham Hotspurs South Korea 79 > 83 > 84 > 86 > 87 > 88 > 89 > 90
RM > LM Vitolo Sevilla Spain 83 > 85
ST > CAM Paulo Dybala Juventus Argentina 86 > 87 > 88 > 89 > 90 > 91 > 92
RW Domenico Berardi Sassuolo Italy 82 > 84
LW > ST Marco Reus Borussia Dortmund Germany 88 > 89 > 90
ST Sergio Agüero Manchester City Argentina 89 > 90 > 91 > 92
ST Alexandre Lacazette Lyon France 85 > 86 > 87 > 88 > 89 > 90
Subs
GK Christian Mathenia Hamburg Germany 74 > 74
LM > CM Georginio Wijnaldum Liverpool Netherlands 81 > 84
ST > CAM Nicolas de Préville Lille France 77 > 81 > 84
CAM Miguel Almirón Atlanta United Paraguay 75 > 81
ST Fedor Smolov Kuban Krasnodar Russia 79 > 82 > 84
ST Daniel Ginczek Stuttgart Germany 77 > 81
ST Shinzo Koroki Urawa Red Diamonds Japan 73 > 74 > 80
Reserves
RB Espen Ruud Odd BK Norway 72 > 74
RW > LM Christian Jakobsen SønderjyskE Denmark 58 > 64
LW > RW Gerso Fernandes Sporting KC Guinea-Bissau 74 > 74
ST Marco Paixão Lechia Gdańsk Portugal 70 > 74
RM > ST Ruben Farfan Santiago Wanderers Chile 67 > 72