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FIFA 20 TOTW Moments 3 revealed: Marquinhos, Robertson, Partey & more

Published: 1/Apr/2020 15:15

by Jacob Hale


The third iteration of FIFA 20’s Team of the Week Moments has arrived, bringing with it some divisive players and interesting upgrades.

The introduction of TOTW Moments was a quick decision from EA SPORTS, who were forced to call off the regular Team of the Week updates due to the ongoing worldwide crisis, and it brings back Team of the Week iterations from previous FIFA titles, giving older in-form players a bit of an upgrade in the current game.

The change has been met with a mixed reception by the FIFA community, but this latest update has definitely raised some eyebrows, especially as much of the players aren’t necessarily viable in today’s game.

Kevin de Bruyne got a big upgrade in TOTW Moments 2.

For TOTW Moments 3, FIFA 19’s TOTW 29 is revived for FIFA 20 and much of the players involved are rarely seen in the top teams right now. The likes of Marquinhos, Thomas Partey, and Ben Mee, whilst solid players in the real world, are slightly past their day in the FIFA meta.

For TOTW Moments 2, players were able to pick up the likes of 95-rated Kevin de Bruyne and 91-rated Kalidou Koulibaly, which would make for great additions to most teams, while Moments 1 brought in some rogue choices such as Kyle Walker and Jesse Lingard.

FIFA 20 TOTW Moments 3 in-form cards

With the highest card being 87-rated, fans on social media have clearly been a little disappointed by this week’s TOTW Moments, with some players even questioning why they play.

I think the most surprising inclusions are the likes of Iago Aspas and Munas Dabbur – the latter of whom actually had his own Ultimate Team starting XI leaked very recently.

TOTW Moments 3 cards will be available in FUT 20 packs from 6pm GMT/1pm EDT/10am PDT on Wednesday, April 1.


Liverpool’s Diogo Jota has incredible FIFA 21 Ultimate Team revealed

Published: 17/Jan/2021 12:52

by Joe Craven


Liverpool and Portugal star Diogo Jota has had his incredible FIFA 21 Ultimate Team revealed, and it’s no surprise how strong it is given the forward’s obvious talent in EA Sports’ title. 

Many Liverpool fans have been delighted with the impact made by Diogo Jota after he signed for the Merseyside club from Wolves during the 2020 summer transfer window.

His pace and quick feet have offered an effective alternative to the established front three, and his impact has already been borne out in some important goals and performances.

Unfortunately, Jota picked up a pretty bad injury back in December and has been sidelined ever since. It seems he’s spending some of his recovery time on FIFA, and his Ultimate Team has now been revealed.

Diogo Jota celebrates in FIFA 21 Ultimate Team.
Diogo Jota was in red-hot form for Liverpool prior to his injury.

We’ve already heard of his talents when it comes to FIFA, going an unbeaten 30-0 in FUT Champs back on FIFA 20. His team back then was impressive, but this one is just as strong.

Shared by one Redditor who came up against Jota in Champs, there’s a spot for four of his Premier League colleagues. Nick Pope is in goal, with Adama Traore’s FUT Freeze card at LB. Teammate Joe Gomez is at LCB, with Man City rival Kyle Walker at RCB. James Tavernier’s Headliners card rounds off the most meta back five we’ve probably ever seen.

Into midfield, and meta players swap for pure powerhouses. Vieira, CR7, and Ruud Gullit make up a central three, in behind Diogo Jota’s own 99 OVR pro card. Hirving Lozano’s Headliners card and R9 Ronaldo round off a truly terrifying team. The full team and their ratings are listed below.

Diogo Jota’s FIFA 21 Ultimate Team

  • GK: Nick Pope (82)
  • RB: James Tavernier (86)
  • CB: Kyle Walker (86)
  • CB: Joe Gomez (85)
  • LB: Adama Traore (84)
  • CDM: Patrick Vieira (88)
  • CDM: Ruud Gullit (90)
  • CM: Cristiano Ronaldo (92)
  • LW: Diogo Jota (99)
  • RW: Hirving Lozano (87)
  • ST: Ronaldo (94)

Diego Jota in champs from FIFA

With a team like this and Jota’s in-game talents combined, it’s no surprise that he has a reputation as one of the very best pro footballers when it comes to FIFA.

We hope to see him back on the pitch in real life soon.