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FIFA 21: 84+ Rare Player Choice SBC Solution
Don't know what to do with your irreplaceable players in FIFA 21 Ultimate Team? Invest them in the brand new 84+ rare player choice SBC and with a little luck get yourself a top player.
The second weekend of January in 2021 gave FIFA 21 Ultimate Team fans some really exciting Squad Building Challenges. Besides the return of the most popular bargain SBC, another challenge awaits you with the 84+ rare player choice that you should take. The most affordable SBC solution.
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Rare Player Choice (84+) Squad Building Challenge
It costs just under 32,000 coins to complete the Squad Building Challenge, which will be available in FUT 21 until January 15. The challenge is a great way to get rid of your untradable players.
Turn in the squad and you'll be able to choose from one of four players with a total value of 84 or more. Of course, this may include studs, but with a bit of luck it could also include Icons, Cristiano Ronaldo's current inform card, or Erling Haaland from Headliners Team 2.
- Team with one TOTW player (83 OVR, at least 60 chemistry).
84+ Rare Player Choice SBC Solution: The Cheapest Way
If you don't have any untradeable cards, the cheapest way is to play a hybrid team. Defensively, we use no less than three goalkeepers from the Bundesliga, while a trio from Portugal occupies the left side. Two Brazilians from the Chinese CSL complete the team, along with Lars Bender, Edin Visca, and Edin Dzeko.
Once you've submitted your team, you can choose your player. If you weren't lucky, you might want to take a closer look at the new challenges of Jonathan dos Santos or headliner Riyad Mahrez. There should be some exciting SBCs in the FIFA 21 TOTY as well. The TOTY is expected to kick off on January 22.
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Original article by EarlyGame's Philipp Briel.