TOTW Predictions - Week 10

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TOTW Predictions Week 10

 

Goalkeeper

Rui Patrício  - GK - 80 OVR
I couldn't decide who to give this spot to this week. It was between Patricio and Saja but in the end I opted for the International keeper after Rui made seven saves for Portugal in their 1-0 win against Armenia. Saja did save a penalty in his league game but I just couldn't fit him into the team this week. However With the fact that I only haveone silver player in the side this week the decision EA make could easily be the other way around.

Defenders

Juanfran  - RB - 79 OVR
Juanfran got two assists for Spain as they beat Belarus 3-0. I could of taken a risk and selected Isco over Juanfran but I'm not sure that will be the case.

Kamil Glik  - CB - 79 OVR
Another impressive result for Poland, this time as they beat Georgia 4-0 away from home to remain top of their group. Glik should be the favourite to receive the IF after scoring and assisting another.

Fabian Schär  - CB - 75 OVR
The first of two Swiss internationals I have selected this week is Schar who scored one of Switzerlands four goals as they beat Lithuania 4-0 from four second half goals. If one Switzerland player is to miss out I feel that that player will be Schar however.

Håvard Nordtveit  - CB - 75 OVR
Nordtveit scored the only goal of the game as Norway went over to Azerbaijan to secure a 1-0 win. A lot of defensive options this week but I feel Havard is one of the stronger contenders.

Midfielders

Arjen Robben  - RW - 90 OVR
After we saw two SIF's last week I think that they will now start to flow regularly and I believe Robben will claim his SIF this week after scoring twice and assisting another in Holland's 6-0 demolition of Latvia.

Xherdan Shaqiri  - CAM - 80 OVR
As mentioned with Schar there would be a second Swiss player and what a player it is. Shaqiri did infact play centrally which will excite a lot FUT players. He scored two of Switzerlands four goals in their previously mentioned 4-0 win.

Grzegorz Krychowiak  - CDM - 79 OVR
The second Polish player this week is Krychowiak after he also claimed a goal and assist in Polands previously mentioned 4-0 win away at Georgia.

Forwards

Burak Yılmaz  - ST - 77 OVR
Yilmaz scored twice for Turkey in their 3-1 home win against the massively underrated Kazakhstan. One of Yilmaz's goals was a penalty however which could make him miss out. With the limited choices I had this week it was enough for me however.

Klaas-Jan Huntelaar  - ST - 84 OVR
The second dutch playerI have selected this week is Huntelaar after he scored two of the six Dutch goals as they won 6-0. I am not a fan of more than one IF per game but I was working with very limited options this week.

Danny Welbeck  - ST - 78 OVR
Welbeck scored twice for England as just like Denmark they came from behind to win. England won the game 3-1 against Slovenia and I would be surprised not to see Welbeck this week.

Substitutes

Gunnar Nielsen  - GK - 63 OVR
It's not often that the Faroe Islands pick up a win so when they do chances are that an IF will appear. Faroe Islands only have three players on this years game however but luckily the one I wanted features after Nielsen made a total of six saves as Faroe Islands shocked Greece with a 1-0 win.

Franz Burgmeier  - LB - 55 OVR
Not the most exciting of cards but nevertheless it's one that deserves this slot after scoring the winning goal for Liechtenstein as they shocked Moldova with a 1-0 away win.

Leon Legge  - CB - 60 OVR
Legge scored twice from CB as Gillingham beat Orient 3-2. Usually if a defender scores twice they are almost certain to feature, so in a week like this I can't see him missing out.

Shaun Maloney  - RM - 73 OVR
I couldn't ignore the ROI vs Scotland game and although it was not the most exciting game I had to include someone and Maloney is the only real option after he scored the only goal of the game in Scotlands 1-0 win. He did unfortunatly play RM which ruins his card in terms of FUT.

Henrique  - LW - 63 OVR
I wrongfully ignored league games last international week which cost me a couple of points. I'm not going to make the same mistake again though after Henrique came off the bench to score a hat trick and assist another to win the game for Brisbane Roar. The only problem we have is that the A-league has been snubbed about four times already this season so whats to say it won't happen again.

Lord Nicklas Bendtner - ST - 75 OVR
Here we have it, your eyes are not deceiving you Bendtner is in line for an IF after scoring twice for Denmark to help them come from behind to beat Serbia 3-1. Kjaer also stands a chance but seeing as he didn't keep a clean sheet I decided to leave him out this week.

Salomon Kalou  - ST - 78 OVR
Let's end the prediction with another punt. Last time it came off with PEA but this time I doubt it will be only me predicting him. Kalou scored twice for Ivory Coast as they beat Sierra Leone 5-1 away from home. The only reason this game might not count is the fact that AFCON games are often ignored.

 

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