11 Feb 2021 9:45 AM +00:00

FIFA 21's TOTW 20 is live - and it's a big one

It has arrived, it's time to get stuck into Team of the Week (TOTW) 20.

Those who own Headliners or Ones to Watch cards should pay particular attention, with those cards' OVRs improving with every TOTW appearance.

Here is all the latest news you need to know ahead of the release this evening!

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Latest - Dembele SBC

Get your hands on this awesome new SBC card now.

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LETHAL - Dembele looks a good option up top

Available for a short time only, find out how to unlock Moussa Dembele here.

TOTW 20 Out Now

The new squad is here, and it has brought some awesome new players.

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Raphael Varane, Raheem Sterling and Presnel Kimpembe are just three of the big names included.

Future Stars Coming Soon

We have had one set of Future Stars cards, and Team is coming this Friday.

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We are backing the Premier League to be well represented once again, with the likes of Bukayo Saka and Declan Rice top of our Wishlist.

Take a look at our Future Stars Team 2 Prediction.

Release Date

The latest TOTW squad was released on Wednesday, 10 February at its usual time of 6pm GMT.

As ever, the new cards will be available in packs for a full week, joining Future Stars Team 1.

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YOUNG GUNS - The new promo contains some excellent cards

Future Stars Team 2 will arrive on Friday, 12 February, replacing Team 1 in packs.

Its not just packs that you can get the TOTW 20 players in though, as they also make up your FUT Champs Red Picks on Thursday, 11 February.

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Contenders

We though City’s Phil Foden would represent the blue half of Manchester, but it wasn't to be this week.

Sterling was in incredible form and gave Trent Alexander-Arnold a torrid time, so is deserving of his place.

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WINNER - Four in a row means extra boost for Ben Yedder

For any dynamic cards, Wissam Ben Yedder was our best hope after scoring twice against Nice.

Rangers' James Tavernier blew his chance of an extra boost as Rangers were held to a draw by Hamilton.

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