The Champions League round of 16 culminates this Tuesday and Wednesday. Atlético Madrid and Chelsea face each other on March 17. Before then, you can secure one or two special FIFA 21 cards via the Antonio Rüdiger vs. Thomas Lemar FUT Showdown SBC. We have the solution for both.
Chelsea are one foot into the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals after winning the first leg against Atlético Madrid 1-0. These UCL ties involve a lot of RTTF cards, but we also have a special FUT Showdown matchup to look forward to. We solve it for you.
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FUT Showdown Antonio Rüdiger vs. Thomas Lemar
Both center back Antonio Rüdiger and left midfielder Thomas Lemar have a 86 OVR on their base FUT Showdown card. If their team wins the match, the player's card goes up by two points. A draw adds one point to each.
If we're being realistic, Thomas Lemar is the only one that deserves any real attention. Rüdiger is simply too slow. That's despite the Frenchman being more unlikely to get an upgrade. His pace, dribbling, shooting and passing are all superb from the get go. Him getting an upgrade would just make this an unfair battle.
FUT Showdown Antonio Rüdiger SBC Solution
We promised solving both SBCs, so here goes. Two teams are needed, costing a total of 236,000 coins:
- Min. one Chelsea player, min. one TOTW player, min. 83 OVR, min. 80 chemistry
- Min. one Premier League player, min. one 85 OVR, min. 75 chemistry
Team 1: Chelsea
A strong Italian connection is present in our first squad, valued at around 65,000 coins. Midfielder Jorginho comes from Chelsea and former Premier League player Alessandro Diamanti's veteran presence is enough to answer the In-Form demand.
Team 2: League Finesse
Two Italians helped us get our first team together. The second, all 175,000 coins of it, comes exclusively from the local lead. The fun part? There's not a single Italian here. César Azpilicueta is the Premier League member.
FUT Showdown Thomas Lemar SBC Solution
FUT Showdown Thomas Lemar also requires around 235,000 coins, which are also split between two teams:
- Min. one Atlético Madrid player, min. one TOTW player, min. 83 OVR, min. 80 chemistry
- Min. one La Liga player, min. 85 OVR, min. 60 chemistry
Team 1: Atlético Madrid
Kieran Trippier serves as an Atlético player in this team, which costs around 63,000 coins. The rest of the team comes from the Bundesliga and Serie A. Wataru Endo's TOTW 23 card fulfils the other requirement.
Team 2: La Liga
You will need about 170,000 coins for the second team. It is a hybrid team from the Spanish La Liga and Italian Serie A. We naturally meet the league requirement.
Original article by EarlyGame's Philipp Briel.