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Incredible FIFA 21 Ultimate Team Premier League XI Costs Less Than 25,000 Coins

Incredible FIFA 21 Ultimate Team Premier League XI Costs Less Than 25,000 Coins

You can build an incredible Premier League on FIFA 21 Ultimate Team without splashing the cash.

The FUT 21 Web App was launched a few days back, allowing gamers to get started on assembling their squads prior to the game's worldwide release on 9 October.

And after analysing the market using FutWiz, bookmaker unikm have put together a superb starter squad that is 82-rated, comes with 99 chemistry (100 with manager) and only costs you 25,000 coins on PS4 (prices correct as of 7 October).

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It lines up in the popular 4-3-3 (4) formation and combines a strong backline with bags of quality in attack.

Image: FutHead
Image: FutHead

Goalkeeper: Rui Patricio

The Wolves shot-stopper is 84-rated on this year's game and will only set you back around 3,400 coins - a great deal for a solid, reliable option between the sticks.

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Right-back: Serge Aurier

Costing 1,900 coins, the Spurs man is the perfect candidate on right side of defence if you want a full-back who can combine attacking and defending.

Centre-back: Harry Maguire

He's not blessed with pace and he was well out of sorts in real life against Spurs last Sunday, but Maguire's strength and aerial presence makes him a good shout at 2,100 coins.

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Centre-back: Joel Matip

The Cameroonian international isn't first-choice for Liverpool at present but given his 83 rating and stats such as 86 interceptions, he's a calming influence at the back. For 3,900 coins you can't complain too much.

Left-back: Ben Chilwell

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Centre-midfielder: Joao Moutinho

In need of a technical midfielder to run the game? Look no further than the experienced Joao Moutinho. The second Portuguese Wolves player in the side, he can be bought on the market for 2,300 coins.

Centre-midfielder: Ilkay Gundogan

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At 3,300 coins, the Manchester City man looks like a bit of a bargain. He's 83-rated and has impressive attributes like 88 ball control and 88 short pass.

Centre attacking midfielder: Mesut Ozil

Mikel Arteta might not fancy him of late and his rating has declined massively in recent years, but 82-rated Ozil , with his 90 vision and 88 ball control, might be worth a punt. for a mere 1,200 coins.

Right-winger: Xherdan Shaqiri

Another out-of-favour left-footer, Shaqiri is going for around 1,400 coins on the market - decent value for an 81-rated player who can produce goals and assists.

Left-winger: Jack Grealish

The highest-rated left-winger on the game, the Villa skipper is 80-rated and could well be the main man who you look for to do the business in attack.

Striker: Danny Ings

While Sebastien Haller gives you the aerial threat, Danny Ings and his sheer goalscoring instinct is the main man in attack. The 80-rated Saints striker, who notched 22 goals in the Premier League last term, is a complete and utter steal for 850 coins.

Image: PA
Image: PA

Total cost: 24,650 coins

Topics: gaming news, Football News, Football, FIFA 21

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