FIFA 21's Headliners event has a new SBC for us. It's not a dynamic card this time, but a Player Moments card for Manchester City center back John Stones and of course, we have the cheapest solution.
The FUT Headliners event is in full swing but that doesn't stop EA Sports from throwing in a Player Moments SBC for spice. Let's go back in time with John Stones and see if he's worth the coin.
The FIFA 21 John Stones Player Moments SBC Card
- Position: CB
- Nation: England
- League: Premier League
- Team: Manchester City
- OVR: 86
- Weak Foot: 4 stars
- Skill Moves: 3 stars
- Price: approx. 152,000 coins
- Expiry: January 12
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A new Moments Squad Building Challenge is now available, featuring a Special Player Item reward with a one-time permanent stat adjustment celebrating a noteworthy moment from the past. #FUT21 pic.twitter.com/yJj15c8oKI
Player Moments John Stones is a good card. Simple as that. He is very strong defensively and doesn't lack pace to keep up with springy forwards. There are other options in the Premier League that come in cheaper and can do similarly well for your FUT squad, but if you're tired of using Joe Gomez, then giving this SBC a try is definitely worth it.
As with other SBCs from this past week, one relatively expensive squad is needed to unlock John Stones:
- Min. one Premier League player, min. one TOTW player, min. 85 OVR, min. 75 chemistry
We mix it up quite a bit here. The core is from La Liga, chemistry further backed by Roma goalkeeper Pau Lopez. Rubén García serves the purpose of a TOTW player and Stones' teammate Sergio Agüero checks the Premier League box. This Spanish-speaking brigade is accompanied by an Ajax trio to keep the bank balance in good shape.
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Original article by EarlyGame's Philipp Briel.