The international break means domestic football has finished for this month, and the La Liga Player of the Month nominees have now been announced for FIFA 21 Ultimate Team.
Whoever wins the award will receive a high-rated Player of the Month SBC card on FUT 21, and you will be able to vote for your winner too.
Find out who is up for this month’s award below.
Latest news - Benzema inbound
It looks as though Karim Benzema will soon be announced as La Liga's Player of the Month for March.
We don't know what his ratings will be, but it could reach 97 OVR with great pace, dribbling, and shooting attributes.
Last month Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi picked up the February POTM award on FIFA 21 Ultimate Team which resulted in one of the best cards on the game as EA released a 96 OVR POTM SBC.
Messi’s SBC expires on Sunday, 4 April, so we imagine the March La Liga POTM to be announced on Friday, 2 April.
Take a look at who we think could win Premier League Player of the Month.
Lionel Messi is our favourite for the March POTM award as he provided a quite ridiculous eight goals in just three matches.
Sharing his goals and assists evenly, Messi created at least one goal in each game, while scoring twice against both Huesca and Real Sociedad.
Jan Oblak has conceded just two goals in his last six La Liga games, showcasing why he is rated as the top goalkeeper on FIFA 21.
Oblak added a further two clean sheets to his tally for the season, with his total now sitting at 14.
Karim Benzema actually outscored Messi in March, besting the Argentine with five goals in total.
Benzema also provided an assist too, and we think it will be a straight shootout between these two in-form forwards for March POTM.
Another in-form La Liga forward, Villareal’s Gerard Moreno provided five goal involvements in three games in March.
Five goals may not be enough to win this month’s award though, but it is still a fantastic effort.
If Danish utility player Daniel Wass wins March’s Player of the Month, what position will his card be?
Wass played all across the midfield this month for struggling Valencia, topping off his excellent month with a goal against Granada.
Real Betis striker Borja Iglesias has struggled for consistency this season but has hit a purple patch in recent weeks.
Iglesias went through a run of scoring in four consecutive matches, but with only two goals in March he is certainly an outsider for the POTM award.
Another striker with just two goals in March, we can’t see Youssef En-Nesyri adding to his POTM card collection this time around.
The Moroccan forward scored in both of Sevilla’s wins this month, helping keep their Champions League quest on track.