The Road to the Final (RTTF) promo kicked off with 11 Champions League players on launch.
Now some Europa League names will enter the mix sooner than anyone anticipated!
Let's go over what we know so far.
Latest News: New Hints Revealed
FIFA 21 Road to the Final (RTTF) moves on to its next chapter with new UEL items inbound on 10 November!
We've gotten some big hints at the upcoming UEL items with a new reveal for players to put together.
Which players are coming to the promo?
Some popular predictions from left to right include Wilfred Ndidi, Moussa Diaby, Son Heung-min, Bukayo Saka, and Renato Sanches.
Europa League RTTF Information
It was inevitable that the Europa League was going to be added to the mix, but perhaps not this soon.
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Here is what we know.
Unless EA are throwing a curveball with their graphics, it looks as though we will be getting some Europa League OTW cards on 10 November!
A tweet released earlier today was accompanied by the text "10 Nov" which suggest we should see these cards launched at 6pm BST tomorrow evening.
EA have teased us with a couple of key bits of information from the two cards featured on their promo.
Here is who we are expecting to see tomorrow.
We'll start with the Portuguese face in the Europa League setup.
There are a few players who could be thrown into the mix, but we've punted at the Leicester City man, Ricardo Pereira.
The 86-rated pace would see a +3 to his current pace rating and, with Leicester City in fine form both domestically and in Europe, this could be a very worthwhile investment.
The CDM in question is a bit more vague given that we don't know his nationality but here is our thoughts.
Bakayoko has enjoyed a fine start to life at Napoli since joining on a season long loan from Chelsea, and he is one of the most overpowered CDM's that the Serie A has to offer in FIFA 21.
We'd expect to see his overall jump up to an 82 or 83 OVR at the beginning of this promo and, with Napoli in prime position to advance from the group stages, he could become a very good card in no time.