The FIFA 21 TOTS party will begin this Friday!
Not only will we have the Community TOTS, as voted for by the FIFA community, but we'll also be seeing the EFL TOTS head to the Ultimate Team servers.
The best performing players from the Championship, League One and League Two are eligable, and here is everything you need to know.
There is plenty to choose from here, with no fewer than 72 clubs worth of players in the mix for a spot in the EFL TOTS.
It is likely that we will see the vast majority of the players coming from the second tier of English football, though there are some lower league names who are worthy of a spot.
With that in mind, here is who we are expecting to see.
Ben Foster (87 OVR)
In goal we're going to opt for the Cycling GK himself, Mr Ben Foster.
The veteran Englishman has been a mainstay in the Watford side this season, with the Hornets boasting the best defence record in the Championship, having shipped just 28 goals so far as they look for a Premier League return.
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Omar Richards (84 OVR)
At left back we're opting for Reading's Omar Richards.
The Englishman has been one of the Royal's most consistent performers in their hunt for a playoff place, making 37 apperances so far this term.
Grant Hanley (86 OVR)
Norwich will be playing Premier League football again next season.
And despite their glowing attacking prowess, the perfomances of Hanley and co have hemped massively as they secured promotion back to the Premier League at the first time of asking.
Marc Guehi (84 OVR)
Partnering Hanley at the heart of our EFL defence will be Swansea's Marc Guehi.
The former Chelsea youngster has impressed for Steve Cooper's men this season, with 38 appearances in the Championship so far.
Jeremy Ngakia (84 OVR)
Completing the back four we have Watford's Jeremy Ngakia.
The Hornets man has impressed with his attacking exploits since his move from West Ham, and could make a great option for a Championship side.
Oliver Skipp (85 OVR)
Norwich's Oliver Skipp may be just 20-years-old, but he's been so important to the Caranies this season.
The holding midfielder has featured in all 43 games for the league leaders so far this season, and will be one to watch in the PL next year.
George Honeyman (84 OVR)
A first trip to League One now, where we have Hull City's George Honeyman.
The Tigers look as though they will be back in the second division next seaosn, and they have the 14 assists of Honeyman to thank for that!
Emiliano Buendia (91 OVR)
Now one player who is a shoo-in for a spot in the side is Norwich's Emiliano Buendia.
The Argentine has been the star man in the Championship this season, lighting up Norwich's attack with 13 goals and 16 assists so far.
Ismalia Sarr (88 OVR)
Few expected Sarr to remain at Watford following their relegation last season, but the Hornet's fans will so thankful that he did!
The Senegalese winger has been the match winner on numerous occassions this season, with 22 goal contributions in the Championship thus far.
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Teemu Pukki (89 OVR)
Teemu Pukki was the Premier League's standout performer at the beginning of the 2019/20 campaign, but his form quickly fell away.
Thankfully for Norwich, he refound his goalscoring touch in the Championship, with his 25 goals helping them back to the big time!
Ivan Toney (91 OVR)
And making up the 11, we have Brentford's Ivan Toney.
The 25-year-old has a whopping 39 goal contributions (29 goals and 10 assists) so far this season, he'll be included without a doubt.
Of course there are plenty of other names in the mix, though they can't all make the starting 11.
Here is a handful of others who could well feature come Friday.
- Adam Armstrong (87 OVR)
- Kieffer Moore (87 OVR)
- Tim Krul (86 OVR)
- Charlie Wyke (86 OVR)
- Arnaut Danjuma Groenevied (85 OVR)
- Jonson Clarke-Harris (85 OVR)
- Paul Mullin (84 OVR)
We're expecting a host of cheap beasts when the EFL side arrives in FIFA Ultimate Team!
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