Premier League action is over for the month now we are in the international break, but who will win March’s Player of the Month (POTM) on FIFA 21 Ultimate Team?
Whoever wins the award will receive a high-rated Player of the Month SBC card on FUT 21, and you can vote for your winner now.
Find out who has been nominated for this month’s award below.
Domestic action is now over for the month as we welcome in the international break and the 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign.
As there will be no more Premier League football in March, our attention had turned to the Player of the Month award.
Last month’s Ilkay Gundogan SBC expires on Sunday, 11 April, so we expect to see the new Premier League SBC arrive in early April.
See how to unlock February’s Player of the Month Ilkay Gundogan here.
Spurs picked up three wins out of four in March, with Harry Kane racking up five goal involvements to put his name in the hat for Player of the Month.
Mots of Kane’s goal involvements came in their 4-1 win over Crystal Palace as the England skipper scored two and assisted two more.
Algerian winger Riyad Mahrez only played three games in March, but he still managed three goals as Man City continued their stroll to the title.
City have now dropped just two points since their draw with West Brom in mid-December, with Mahrez showing some of his best form.
Manchester United did not concede a goal in March, with Luke Shaw a key part of their success this season.
Shaw's form has been rewarded with a recall to the England squad, and he could get March POTM too.
Chelsea's defensive record under Thomas Tuchel is excellent, and the return of Andreas Christensen has been a welcome one.
The Danish centre back played every minute of The Blues fixtures in March helping to keep their goal unbreached.
Two goals and an assist from Leandro Trossard has helped Brighton pick up two wins in March and drag themselves away from the relegation zone.
The Belgian star has been a bright spark for The Seagulls this season with a total of nine goal involvements.
West Ham’s on-loan star Jesse Lingard was unlucky to miss out on February Player of the Month, but he continued his form into March too.
Lingard only played twice in March, but with two goals and an assist the England star is certainly in contention for the award.
Leicester are in a fantastic position to achieve Champions League qualification, and Kelechi Iheanacho’s form is a big factor in their current form.
The Nigerian striker has scored in each of his games in March, including a hattrick against Sheffield United.
With just one clean sheet in March, Islan Meslier is our outsider for this month's POTM award.
Meslier was superb in the 0-0 draw against Chelsea, but we can't see that being enough to earn a new SBC card.