The veteran gets a personal SBC
FIFA 21 Blaise Matuidi Ones To Watch SBC Solution
French national Blaise Matuidi has made his retirement move to the MLS by joining Inter Miami. FIFA 21 has made sure this transfer does not go unnoticed by creating the Blaise Matuidi Ones To Watch SBC, for which we have the cheapest solution.
Blaise Matuidi is ready to call it a career apparently. The 2018 FIFA World Cup winner has completed a transfer to the MLS' Inter Miami where he'll look to cash in on his final few years as a pro player. Nonetheless, he is still a decent enough player and his SBC is definitely one to look at.
The Blaise Matuidi Ones To Watch SBC Card
- Position: CDM
- Nation: France
- League: MLS
- Team: Inter Miami
- OVR: 83
- Weak Foot: 2 stars
- Skill Moves: 2 stars
- Price: approx. 15,000 coins
- Expiry: October 21
Blaise Matuidi is a strong and relatively cheap option in the central midfield. As a Frenchman, he provides the necessary connections to one of the most popular nations in FIFA 21 Ultimate Team. Even 75 speed is more than decent for a CDM player, 82 defense and 79 physical are not necessarily outstanding, but this could all change with 1-2 In-Form cards. Something Matuidi is capable of.
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However, there are only four games left in the current MLS season and the chances of Inter Miami making it to the playoffs are rather low. After that, no rating upgrades of the card are possible. So, the Blaise Matuidi OTW SBC is a massive gamble.
For the gamble, you get a very cheap card to start with. The team needed is around 15,000 coins, so even if Matuidi does not perform that well in the four remaining matches, you're still left with a good cheap option in defensive midfield.
- France team (min. 83 OVR, min. 60 chemistry)
Team 1: Blaise Matuidi
Thanks to manageable chemistry requirements, the most colorful hybrid teams are possible. An inexpensive solution is available from the German Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and La Liga. This brings the total to 62 chemistry and easily achieves the necessary rating.
Original article by EarlyGame's Philipp Briel.