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FIFA 20 TOTW 8 Predictions | FUT Team of the Week

Published: 5/Nov/2019 2:14 Updated: 6/Nov/2019 15:02

by David Cotton


A new batch of FUT Team of the Week predictions is now available, following the completion of another group of domestic fixtures. This upcoming selection of FIFA 20 TOTW 8 predictions can be found below, along with updated Ultimate Team card stats.

This latest set of FIFA Team of the Week in-forms is scheduled to be announced at 3pm (UK time), November 6, 2019. Following the reveal of this new squad, these cards will enter Ultimate Team packs at 6pm UK, the very same day. They will then be available for one week, where they will remain on the FUT transfer market.

This week’s FIFA 20 TOTW 8 predictions feature high-profile players such as FC Barcelona’s Lionel Messi, Liverpool’s Sadio Mané and Real Madrid’s Karim Benzema. There are also a number of potential Ones to Watch Cards such as Inter Milan’s Romelu Lukaku, Piemonte Calcio’s Matthijs de Ligt and Borussia Dortmund’s Thorgan Hazard.

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FIFA 20 TOTW 8 Predictions

Check out Austor‘s FUT 20 Team of the Week 8 predictions directly below.

See above for individual card stats and reasons for inclusion.

FUT 20 Team of the Week 8 Predictions

  • GK: Salvatore Sirigu 84→86 (Torino)
  • GK: Joel Robles 78→82 (Real Betis Balompié)
  • LB: Frank Fabra 78→82 (Buenos Aires)
  • LWB: Filip Kostić 82→84 (Eintracht Frankfurt)
  • CB: Matthijs de Ligt 85→86 (Piemonte Calcio)
  • CB: Çağlar Söyüncü 74→80 (Leicester City)
  • CB: Mijat Marić 67→76 (FC Lugano)
  • RB: Kyle Walker 84→86 (Manchester City)
  • CDM: Wylan Cyprien 77→81 (OGC Nice)
  • CM: Joe Ralls 74→80 (Cardiff City)
  • CAM: Iker Muniain 82→84 (Athletic Bilbao)
  • CAM: Álex Fernández 73→79 (Cádiz CF)
  • CAM: Hakim Ziyech 85→86 (AFC Ajax)
  • LW: Thorgan Hazard 82→84 (Borussia Dortmund)
  • LW: Sadio Mané 88→89→90 (Liverpool)
  • RM: José Campaña 80→83 (Levante UD)
  • RW: Lionel Messi 94→95 (FC Barcelona)
  • CF: Memphis Depay 84→86 (Olympique Lyonnais)
  • ST: Romelu Lukaku 85→86 (Inter Milan)
  • ST: Karim Benzema 87→88→89 (Real Madrid)
  • ST: Camillo Ciano 74→80 (Frosinone)
  • ST: Patson Daka 71→78 (Red Bull Salzburg)
  • ST: Timo Werner 83→85 (RB Leipzig)

Are there any other players that you would like to see included in the next FUT Team of the Week squad? Which of the above FIFA 20 TOTW 8 predictions are you most excited to include in your own Ultimate Team? Get in touch with us via Twitter to share all your thoughts and opinions.


EA SPORTS responds to Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s FIFA 21 licensing threats

Published: 26/Nov/2020 8:24

by Andrew Amos


The developers of FIFA 21, EA SPORTS, has responded to threats by AC Milan star Zlatan Ibrahimovic and his agent to sue the publisher over the licensing of his “likeness.” EA claims that “it’s not their fight,” saying FIFPro should step in.

Zlatan might be sitting pretty on top of the Serie A with AC Milan, netting 10 goals in six games to help the Rossoneri remain undefeated, however, he was seeing red at EA using his “likeness” in FIFA 21.

The Swedish star, who has featured in numerous FIFA titles, challenged EA over the rights to use his image. He claimed EA did not seek his permission, and because he wasn’t a member of FIFPro, he wasn’t covered by their license.

“Who gave FIFA EA Sports permission to use my name and face? I’m not aware to be a member of FIFpro and if I am I was put there without any real knowledge through some weird maneuver. And for sure I never allowed or FIFPro to make money using me,” he said.

“Somebody is making profit on my name and face without any agreement all these years. Time to investigate,” he adds in a follow-up.

Ibrahimovic’s stance was backed by his agent Mino Raiola, who told British paper The Telegraph that over 300 players were considering legal action.

However, EA has responded to Zlatan’s claims, stating the fight isn’t meant to be fought with the developer, but with FIFPro themselves.

“The licensing arguments being played out in social media for effect are not an issue for EA or EA Sports. This is between FIFPro, the players within their association, and their representatives. FIFPro has told us this is their issue, and they’re handling it ⁠— we expect a statement to that effect imminently,” the developers told Forbes.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic in an AC Milan kit in FIFA
EA claims Zlatan should be fighting FIFPro, not the developers, over using his likeness in FIFA 21.

“This isn’t our fight. This isn’t about EA Sports or video games, players or fans. It’s a battle between football agents and FIFPro.”

EA also stated they had worked with Raiola to help market FIFA 21 using Erling Haaland, one of his clients. EA also said they have “enjoyed a great working relationship” with Ibrahimovic,

AC Milan signed an exclusive agreement with EA SPORTS in 2020 to allow the developers to use accurate face scans for the entire team. Other partner clubs, such as Real Madrid and Inter Milan, are also part of this agreement.

Ibrahimovic is yet to respond to EA’s statement.