How to complete Matuidi Flashback SBC in FIFA 20: Solution & Cost

How to complete Matuidi Flashback SBC in FIFA 20: Solution & Cost

Published: 31/Aug/2020 11:35

by David Purcell


France midfielder Blaise Matuidi has had his time at Paris Saint-Germain honored with a new Flashback SBC card in FIFA 20 Ultimate Team. Here, we’ll show you how to get the card for the cheapest price.

The defensive midfield player has enjoyed a successful career, playing for not just PSG but also Juventus and now plays for David Beckham’s very own Inter Miami, after securing a move this August.


Those who like to delve into the past for big memories on the pitch will have had their eyes light up for this week’s FUT 20 content, too. EA SPORTS added a new 95-rated card and we’re going to look at how to get it.

So, let’s jump right into the requirements, cost, and the cheapest solution for this Squad Builder.

Matuidi in FIFA 18
Matuidi has been a popular FUT player for many years now, dating back to his PSG days.

Deadline and requirements

If you want to add this high-rated card to your squad, watch out for its expiry date. It will be removed from the game on September 9, so make sure you get the coins together to pay for it before then.

A full list of requirements can be found below, and it doesn’t look like a tough one.

  • Players from France: Min 1
  • Squad Rating: Min 83
  • Team Chemistry: Min 50
  • Players in the Squad: 11

Cost and solution

For this challenge, according to the ever-updating FUTBIN database, it will cost around 60,000 to 70,000 FUT coins depending on which platform you play on.


We have picked a possible solution below, which should be one of the cheapest you can use too.

Matuidi Flashback SBC solution
Here’s how to complete this Matuidi Flashback SBC in FIFA 20 Ultimate Team.

In-game stats

This might be one of the best cards to enter this year’s Ultimate Team so far, with content creators like NepentheZ encouraging players to complete this challenge. At that price as well, you can’t complain.

He posted a shot of the card’s in-game stats, saying: “I don’t care what month of the year it is, that Matuidi card is flames.”


Highlights from the card’s stats include 99 stamina, 86 strength, 98 defensive awareness, 88 sprint speed, 93 acceleration, among other things. The perfect defensive mid, on paper at least.

So, will you be adding Matuidi Flashback to your collection? Let us know @UltimateTeamUK on Twitter.


EA reveal how FIFA 21 FUT Champions affects Division Rivals

Published: 17/Oct/2020 11:34

by Joe Craven


EA have revealed how FIFA 21’s FUT Champions Weekend League will interact with Division Rivals, after changes made to the fan favorite modes left some players confused. 

FIFA 21’s Ultimate Team will be largely familiar to players of past installments. Division Rivals returns as Ultimate Team’s main weekly entertainment, while FUT Champions Weekend League offers players a chance to measure themselves against the best in the world.


However, changes to Rivals means players can only play 30 games per week, before their skill rating is no longer affected. This, understandably, left some fans confused about how FUT Champions games affect Division Rivals and, on October 16, EA provided a detailed explanation.

FIFA 21 Fut Champions Weekend League
October 17 – 19 will be the first FUT Champs Weekend League of FIFA 21.

As with previous years, FUT Champions matches will reward 400 Weekly Score in Division Rivals. This year, that boost to Weekly Score will rely on the player not already having completed their 30 matches in Rivals.


“In the case above,” EA says, “each Weekend League match consumes one of the maximum 30 Division Rivals matches that count for Weekly Score progress. For players who have already completed 30 or more Division Rivals matches before playing Weekend League, completed Weekend League matches will not contribute to the Weekly Score in Division Rivals.”

Essentially, FUT Champs matches will reward 400 Weekly Score provided you’ve not already completed your 30 Rivals games. If you have completed 30 Rivals matches, then FUT Champs games will have no effect.

The news received a mixed response on Twitter, with some criticizing EA for seemingly pushing the two separate modes into one.


“What is the point in 30 games I finish my games on a Sunday and there’s no more reason to play for the rest of the week?” one Twitter user said. Their issue appeared to be widespread – in the current system playing all 30 Weekend League matches will mean your 30 Division Rivals matches will be completed as a result of playing FUT Champs.

Whether the system changes going forwards remains to be seen, but EA’s clarification of the new system has left some scratching their heads.