Following our recent Team of the Week (TOTW) 23 predictions, FUT 21’s confirmed In-Form (IF) players included some noteworthy names which could have gone unnoticed otherwise.
Here is this week’s breakdown of the latest FUT 21’s TOTW:
– Jan Oblak (Atletico Madrid) = OVR 91 (IF 92)
~ The Slovenian shot-stopper was in world-class form yet again, against Villarreal. Keeping the goalpost safe against a slew of missed opportunities coming from The Yellow Submarines, Oblak’s inclusion in this week’s TOTW serves as a huge reminder of his professional goalkeeping prowess.
– Jeison Murillo (Celta Vigo, on loan from Sampdoria) = OVR 77 (IF 81)
~ The Colombian international did his best to salvage a point for an underwhelming Celta Vigo side, against Real Valladolid. Murillo scored the equalising goal for his team, in the dying seconds of extra time.
–Diego Godin (Cagliari) = OVR 85 (IF 86)
~ Veteran Uruguayan defender, Diego Godin played a crucial role in Cagliari’s 2-0 win against Crotone on Sunday. Utilizing his profound experience and leadership credentials, he kept the backline in check while being the immovable rock at the heart of defence.
– Ruben Dias (Manchester City) = OVR 81 (IF 84)
~ The young Portuguese displayed both his defensive capabilities as well as intelligence for advanced positional play, evident by his crucial power header in The Citizen’s 2-1 win against West Ham.
– Robin Gosens (Atalanta) = OVR 82 (IF 84)
~ German professional, Robin Gosens scored in his team’s 2-0 win against Sampdoria during the past weekend, a well-deserved reward for his consistent left flank runs throughout the whole match.
– Frenkie De Jong (Barcelona) = OVR 85 (IF 87)
~ Young Dutch midfielder, F. De Jong played exceptionally in both Barcelona’s La Liga matches during the past week, against Elche and Sevilla respectively. He even provided the killer pass for Messi’s goal, in the first match.
– Nicolas Pepe (Arsenal) = OVR 82 (IF 86)
~ Arsenal’s all-time record signing continued his good form into the weekend, where he grabbed a goal, attacking from The Gunner’s right flank. The game ended with Arsenal winning 3-1 against an outstanding Leicester City.
– Gareth Bale (Tottenham Hotspur) = OVR 83 (IF 85)
~ The Welsh forward has finally started to hit top gear in the past few matches, most recently scoring a brace against Burnley in Spurs’ 4-0 win.
– Myron Boadu (AZ Alkmaar) = OVR 75 (IF 84)
~ Youngster Myron Boadu, who had just recently turned 20 years old, displayed glimpses of his potential goal-scoring exploits by thundering a hat-trick against another top Dutch team, Feyenoord.
– Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) = OVR 91 (IF 94)
~ Seasoned Bundesliga striker, Lewandowski added two more goals amongst his professional portfolio of scoring against other German sides, as Bayern Munich trashed FC Koln 5-1 in their last match during the weekend.
– Ludovic Ajorque (Strasbourg) = OVR 76 (IF 86)
~ The tall Frenchman played a respectable game against league leaders, Lille, by scoring first in their 1-1 draw earlier this week.
GK – Lukasz Skorupski (Bologna) = OVR 76 (IF 81)
CB – Axel Disasi (AS Monaco) = OVR 75 (IF 81)
CAM – Nicolae Stanciu (Slavia Prague) = OVR 77 (IF 81)
LM – Alexis Claude-Maurice (Nice) = OVR 75 (IF 81)
CDM – Wataru Endo (VfB Stuttgart) = OVR 75 (IF 81)
RM – Akihiro Ienaga (Kawasaki Frontale) = OVR 72 (IF 82)
RW – Alessandro Diamanti (Western United) = OVR 75 (IF 81)
CM – Filip Starzynski (Zaglebie Lubin) = OVR 70 (IF 78)
ST – Aleksandar Prijovic (Al Ittihad) = OVR 72 (IF 79)
ST – Famara Diedhiou (Bristol City) = OVR 71 (IF 78)
ST – Ruben Diez (CD Castellon) = OVR 65 (IF 75)
LF – Abdullah Al Meqran (Al Raed) = OVR 53 (IF 64)
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