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EA Sports’ latest instalment arrived on 1st October for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC and Google Stadia.
And FIFA players have already hit the fan-favourite Ultimate Team mode in a bid to build their dream squads and challenge their rivals in Weekend League and Division Rivals.
But for the players who don’t have a war chest of coins to build a ridiculously expensive -- and overpowered -- team, there are far cheaper alternatives.
Case in point: FourFourTwo has compiled a starting XI featuring footballers from the Premier League for those players who have less than 100k coins.
Burnley’s Nick Pope has an 83-rated FUT card and takes his place between the sticks, costing players a measly 1.4k coins.
Tottenham right-back Emerson (79 rating) is only going to set players back 2,600 coins, while Arsenal left-back Kieran Tierney (80 rating) will only cost 750 coins.
Leicester City defender Caglar Soyuncu holds an 80 rating and is priced at around 850 coins, but players will need to fork out a bit more coins for Cristian Romero.
Romero’s 82-rated card is valued at around 3.5k coins, but his 83 defending and 84 physical will help players out when partnering him with Soyuncu.
Moving into the midfield and Manchester United’s Fred (81 rating) and Liverpool’s Fabinho (86 rating) are priced at 3.5k coins and 10k coins respectively.
Joining the aforementioned Brazilian duo in the midfield is 84-rated Foden at CAM, with the City star costing 18k on the Ultimate Team market (getting pricy now?).
There’s no shortage of pace in the front three as Aston Villa’s Leon Bailey (82 rating), who is priced at around 5k coins, is out on the ring wing.
Newcastle star Allan Saint-Maximin brings five-star skills to the table and boasts 91 pace and 87 dribbling, with the left winger available for 12.5k coins.
Finally, players will have to drop a hefty 30k coins to secure Aubameyang as the striker for their respective teams.
While Aubameyang is the most expensive player in the team, the 32-year-old striker has both four-star skills and four-star weak foot.
Aubameyang’s 85-rated FUT card brings with it 89 pace, 80 dribbling and 85 shooting, along with 90 positioning and 89 finishing to make him an excellent addition to the team.
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