FIFA 20 Season 7 Storyline cards & in-game stats revealed - Dexerto

FIFA 20 Season 7 Storyline cards & in-game stats revealed

Published: 6/Jun/2020 16:44 Updated: 6/Jun/2020 17:03

by Connor Bennett


Six brand-new storyline cards have been revealed in FIFA 20 as season seven has gotten underway. Here, you can check out all of their in-game stats and how to get your hands on them.

As FIFA 20 Ultimate Team has progressed, the game has changed between seasons – almost like a battle pass in other games. Fans can earn XP in a variety of different ways and as they level up, they unlock different rewards.

These prizes are things like tifos and themes that you can deck out a stadium with, cheap packs, and coin boosts so that you can bank some more cash from matches. Yet, for the most dedicated of players, you can grab some special cards.

Emmanuel Sabbi FIFA 20 Storyline card in-game stats

There are three cards to unlock at level 15 and then another three at level 30 – hut you can only pick one of each. With the start of season seven, the level 15 cards are Emmanual Sabbi, Miranda, and Gil Dias. At level 30 you can get Gabriel Jesus, Julian Draxler, and Blaise Matuidi. 

Focusing on Sabbi for a start, the 89-rated American midfielder has lightning pace with 95 in both sprint speed and acceleration. His 90 dribbling, as well as 99 in both agility and balance, should make him a tricky customer to deal with. 

Sabbi’s Storyline card can easily beat defenders.

Miranda FIFA 20 Storyline card in-game stats

Schalke’s left-back Miranda, not to be confused with the Brazilian legend, has an 88-rated card but might just be the weakest of the level 15 selections.

The Spaniard has 92 sprint speed so he can keep up with some quick wingers and can deliver pinpoint crosses with his 98 crossing. However, 88 defensive awareness and 72 strength might mean that he is beaten by his man quite regularly. 

Miranda is a solid choice of the cards on offer.

Gil Dias FIFA 20 Storyline card in-game stats

The last level 15 offering is Giranda’s Portuguese winger Gil Dias. Like the other two cards, he has plenty of pace – 96 sprint speed, to be exact – but only 88 stamina. 

Unlocking Dias should give you pretty in the final third, however, as he clocks in with 94 shot power and long shots. Though, he will get back and defend with his high/high work rate. 

Gil Dias has an all-round solid card.

Julian Draxler FIFA 20 Storyline card in-game stats

When you move into the level 30 cards, the first one that stands out is PSG’s Julian Draxler. The German midfielder is always a nice card to have in FUT, and his new card is no different. 

99 shot power, 95 long shots, 90 sprint speed, 94 short passing, and 98 ball control all make him a perfect cheap CAM to grab ahold of – especially so late in the day in FIFA 20.

Draxler is a tricky number ten.

Gabriel Jesus FIFA 20 Storyline card in-game stats

Aside from Draxler, you also have the chance to get Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus. The Brazilian’s base card is a deadly striker in his own right, but 93 finishing takes his storyline card to another level.

On top of that, he also has 96 acceleration and 91 sprint speed – so he can easily break a defensive backline. One knock he does have, however, is his 71 strength and 86 shot power. They could be much better for a player of his stature.

Gabriel Jesus will be leathal in front of goal.

Blaise Matuidi FIFA 20 Storyline card in-game stats

The final level 30 card that you can unlock in season seven is Juventus’ Blaise Matuidi. The French midfielder is usually a bit of a destroyer and his 96 interceptions, 97 aggression, and 99 stamina tell a similar story.

His attacking stats aren’t great, but 92 shot power means he is to be respected in forward positions. 95 composure and 97 short passing will allow him to dictate the pace of a game as well. 

Matuidi, as always, is a powerhouse in FIFA.

Obviously, as you can only have one card from each level, the choice is up to you at the end of the day.

If you manage to grind out enough XP to hit the level 30 jackpot, be sure to let us know who you pick via our Twitter account @UltimateTeamUK.


FIFA 21 Team of the Week 9 live: release time, TOTW leaks, predictions

Published: 25/Nov/2020 7:02

by Isaac McIntyre


The next FIFA 21 Team of the Week, TOTW 9, is now on its way in Ultimate Team ⁠— here’s everything we know about the new upgraded team so far, including any EA SPORTS leaks, the promo’s release time, and more.

Last week’s TOTW, the eighth in FIFA 21, was undoubtedly the best we’ve seen yet, so it’s going to be a tough ask for Team of the Week 9 to go one better.

There’s a good chance it could come close, however, is a huge stack of international stars in line for IF cards, including Cristiano Ronaldo, cover star Erling Haaland, and Romeulu Lukaku. Zlatan Ibrahimovic ⁠— who is planning to sue EA over his rights ⁠— could be included too.

Forwards weren’t the only stars to shine this week either. Tottenham shot-stopper Hugo Lloris and Everton’s Lucas Digne could get in-form cards, while Monaco centerpiece Cesc Fabregas pulled the strings in a 3-2 win over PSG.

Here’s everything we know about the mid-week promo so far, including when the newest Team of the Week lineup will drop in FIFA 21 Ultimate Team, possible in-form card leaks, and Dexerto’s weekly TOTW predictions.

Cristiano Ronaldo could get his first FIFA 21 in-form in TOTW 9.
Cristiano Ronaldo could get his first FIFA 21 in-form in TOTW 9.

Team of the Week 9 start time

On November 25, FIFA publishers EA SPORTS will release the ninth batch of Team of the Week cards for this year. The TOTW 9 promo will begin at 6pm (UK time), as per usual.

That means 6pm BST, 12pm CT, 1pm EST, 3am AEST for those around the world.

These boosted TOTW 9 player upgrades will be announced at the same time as they drop in-game. Keep your eyes peeled on our official Twitter account — we always make sure to share the new FIFA 21 team as soon as it’s live.

FIFA 21 Team of the Week 9 leaks

So far, EA SPORTS hasn’t let any early Team of the Week 9 cards slip ⁠— after TOTW 7, when they accidentally shipped 11 upgraded cards early, they’re likely playing it extra safe.

If any leaks drop ahead of the official TOTW 9 reveal, we’ll keep you updated.

Hugo Lloris was immense in Tottenham's 2-0 win over City last weekend.
Hugo Lloris was immense in Tottenham’s 2-0 win over City last weekend.

Our FIFA 21 TOTW 9 predictions

While you wait, make sure you check out Dexerto’s TOTW 9 predictions. We’ve compiled a list of all the players that could get those IF cards this week; let’s see if you agree with our tips.

Here’s our list of predictions. Once the official team has been released, you’ll be able to see how many we guessed correctly:

  • Hugo Lloris – Tottenham Hotspur
  • Anthony Lopes – Lyon
  • Conrado – Lechia Gdańsk
  • Lucas Digne – Everton
  • Marcos Senesi – Feyernoord
  • Aleksandar Dragovic – Bayer Leverkusen
  • Jules Kounde – Sevilla
  • Atiba Hutchinson – Beşiktaş
  • David Brooks – AFC Bournemouth
  • Henrikh Mkhitaryan – AS Roma
  • Yannick Carrasco – Aletico Madrid
  • Diego Perotti – Fenerbahçe
  • Cesc Fabrega – AS Monaco
  • Rodrigo De Paul – Udinese
  • Yusuf Yazici – Lille
  • Zakaria Labyad – Ajax
  • Erling Haaland – Borussia Dortmund
  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic – AC Milan
  • Cristiano Ronaldo – Juventu
  • Romelu Lukaku – Inter Milan
  • Andy Delort – Montpellier 
  • Jean-Phillipe Mateta – Mainz
  • Danny Johnson – Leyton Orient

So, there you have it ⁠— Dexerto’s full list of predictions for Team of the Week 9. Once we have our hands on the confirmed list of upgrades, we’ll be sure to add them to this article and let you know. Until then, enjoy a few games of FIFA!