FIFA 20 TOTW 13 FUT Squad | Team of the Week IF Cards

FIFA 20 TOTW 13 FUT Squad | Team of the Week IF Cards

Published: 11/Dec/2019 15:00 Updated: 11/Dec/2019 15:43

by David Cotton


The latest FIFA 20 TOTW 13 squad has officially been announced by EA SPORTS, and will be live from 6pm (UK time). These new FUT Team of the Week in-form players are scheduled to be available in Ultimate Team packs from December 11-18, 2019.

FIFA Team of the Week cards are generally at their highest price the moment that they are released, this is down to a combination of newness and low supply. As a result, if you have saved any FUT packs specifically for this upcoming TOTW squad, we recommend opening them right after these new in-form items enter the game.

Although the above has been tested and proven to save FUT coins, the Ultimate Team transfer market can sometimes be unpredictable. Certain IF cards can slowly increase over time, but this is subject to whether or not the player receives a higher rated item or if they are required for particular SBC solutions. See the FIFA 20 TOTW 13 squad below.

FIFA 20 TOTW 13 In-Forms

FIFA 20 TOTW 13 | FUT Team of the Week

Starting XI

  • GK: Martin Dúbravka 80→83 (Newcastle United)
  • CB: Raphaël Varane 85→86 (Real Madrid)
  • CB: Martin Hinteregger 80→83 (Eintracht Frankfurt)
  • RB: Aaron Wan-Bissaka 79→82 (Manchester United)
  • LM: Sadio Mané 88→89→90 (Liverpool)
  • CM: Luis Alberto 84→86→87 (Lazio)
  • CDM: Charles Aránguiz 83→85 (Bayer 04 Leverkusen)
  • LM: Joaquín 80→83 (Real Betis Balompié)
  • CM: Morgan Sanson 79→82 (Olympique de Marseille)
  • CF: Marco Reus 88→89 (Borussia Dortmund)
  • CF: Memphis Depay 84→86 (Olympique Lyonnais)


  • GK: Luigi Sepe 75→81 (Parma)
  • CB: Guillermo Maripán 78→82 (AS Monaco)
  • LM: Cristian Ansaldi 78→82 (Torino)
  • CAM: Matheus Pereira 76→81 (West Bromwich Albion)
  • ST: Jamie Vardy 82→84 (Leicester City)
  • ST: Cristhian Stuani 79→82 (Girona FC)
  • RF: Lukas Podolski 75→81 (Vissel Kobe)


  • CM: Cristian Battocchio 70→78 (Stade Brestois 29)
  • CM: Carlos Sierra 63→73 (América de Cali)
  • ST: Carlos Vinícius 72→79 (SL Benfica)
  • ST: Adam Le Fondre 70→78 (Sydney FC)
  • ST: Josh Maja 66→75 (Girondins de Bordeaux)

Are you pleased with this latest release of FUT Team of the Week in-forms? Which of the above FIFA 20 TOTW 13 players are you hoping to include in your own Ultimate Team squad? Please feel free to get in touch with us via Twitter to share all your opinions and thoughts.


FIFA 21 players vote for biggest change they want in next-gen updates

Published: 5/Dec/2020 17:27

by Connor Bennett


FIFA players have voiced their opinions on what they want big change they want to come to FIFA 21 next with defending topping the bill. 

Before the launch of each new FIFA title, fans of EA SPORTS’ iconic franchise are hopeful that the game will not only be better than the previous one, but also right the wrongs that the previous year might have set.

Recently, we’ve seen plenty of issues around balancing the game when it comes to pace, defending, crossing, and even strength. While EA might have tweaked and reworked some of these features for FIFA 21, problems still remain.

The devs have, though, been pumping out updates to try and get things straightened out. However, according to plenty of FIFA players, they haven’t been able to do so just yet. And when it comes to what they might tweak next, some fans have got a clear answer. 

A whole host of changes have been made to FIFA, especially when it comes to defending but players want more.

Among 6200 respondents, defending topped a UltimateTeamUK poll regarding the biggest thing FIFA players want to be changed in updates for the next-gen version of FIFA 21.

If you haven’t upgraded to next-gen already, the updated version of FIFA does have some nice changes – especially when it comes to presentation – but there isn’t all that much difference in the way of gameplay.

Defenders blocking shots, small forwards winning headers, and annoying wayward passes are still prevalent, but it is defending that players want to be changed most. Though, players still want changes everywhere. 

While tweaks will still come throughout the year, it’s unlikely that there is a significant overhaul on any feature moving forward.

After all, the game is still using the classic Frostbite engine and while nothing has been confirmed, FIFA 22 will probably have a new engine and ring in the first set of major changes for the next-gen consoles.