FIFA 21's What If promotion has been a huge success so far.
And it's set to get even better, as a new bunch of players take centre stage this Friday.
Here is who we are wanting to see.
What If Team 2 Release Date
The second bunch of What If players are due for release this Friday (March 5) at 6:30pm GMT.
The new crop of players will then replace the existing Team 1 in packs, though the Team 1 cohort will still be available for purchase on the transfer market.
So who is going to feature in the dynamic promotion?
Here are five players that we believe would be the perfect fit for this release.
Jamie Vardy (OVR 90)
Jamie Vardy has been a fan favourite in FIFA for many years, largely thanks to his electric pace and eye for goal.
With Leicester embroiled in a top-four battle currently, all eyes would be on Vardy to step up and drag his side to that six goal target.
Thiago (OVR 90)
Kante is the PL midfielder who leads Team 1, and we're looking to another for Team 2.
It's been a tricky debut season in England for the Spaniard, and with no upgraded cards to his name thus far, EA could well hand him one here.
Ryan Gravenberch (OVR 87)
FIFA fans have been calling out for the Ajax wonderkid for weeks, with the Dutch central midfielder missing out on a Future Stars appearance.
The Eredivisie has been under the EA spotlight in recent days, and what better way to keep the Dutch hype up than by adding Gravenberch.
Angelino (OVR 87)
RB Leipzig left-back Angelino has been one of the standout fullbacks in the Bundesliga this season.
The Spaniard's attacking intent is clear for all to see, but a What If inclusion would focus on his defensive capabilities, as he bids for that elusive clean sheet.
Aaron Ramsey (OVR 86)
Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey has a finely balanced 82-rated card, but that's about as far as it goes in FIFA 21 for the Welshman.
With that in mind, EA could opt to hand the midfielder a fresh, 86-rated What If card as Juventus attempt to build some late-season form.
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