There we have it, the UEFA Champions League quarter final spots have been filled.
Holders Bayern Munich join a rejuvinated Chelsea in the last eight after the two saw off Lazio and Atletico Madrid respectively.
David Alaba (88 OVR - 89 OVR)
Bayern Munich centre back David Alaba will move agonisingly close to joining the elusive 90 club this weekend after Bayern thumped Lazio 6-2 on aggregate.
The Swiss international becomes the second top-rated Bundesliga centre back as a result of tonight's victory and with Bayern in red-hot form, he's likely to eclipse that soon.
Alaba is currently trading for 600,000 coins on PS4, 500,000 coins on Xbox and 850,000 on PC.
Alphonso Davies (87 OVR - 88 OVR)
David Alaba won't be the only Bayern Munich card upgraded this week, teammate Alphonso Davies will join his defensive partner.
The lightening quick full-back will jump to an 87 OVR as a result of Bayern's progression, which is a pretty terrifying prospect for Weekend League players.
The Canadian is trading for around 850k on both PlayStation and Xbox and a little over 1M on PC. That value will continue to rise as Bayern continue to progress,
Mason Mount (86 OVR - 87 OVR)
Joining Bayern's stars in this weekends upgrades pile is Chelsea attacking midfielder, Mason Mount.
The Englishman was handed a night off for Thomas Tuchel's men as they wrapped up a 3-0 aggregate victory over La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid.
Mount will join UCL Showdown Antonio Rudiger in the list of Chelsea upgrades this week as a result of tonight's victory.
The Mason Mount SBC was available for under 100k at the time of release, which seems like a bargain now.
End of the Road
Whilst it's time to celebrate for Chelsea and Bayern Munich, the road to Istanbul is over for Atletico and Lazio.
As a result, the following players will see their RTTF ratings remain at their current OVR for the remainder of FIFA 21.
- Jan Oblak (93 OVR)
- Joaquin Correa (86 OVR)
These upgrades will come into effect in the early hours of Saturday, March 20.