EA Sports are releasing some decent SBCs in the days prior to the Team of the Year FUT event. The latest SBC installment is Paris Saint-Germain left back Layvin Kurzawa whose Player Moments card immediately makes him the best LB in Ligue 1.
Headliners is over, TOTY has not yet started. What's in between? SBCs! Take on Layvin Kurzawa's Player Moments and secure the best Ligue 1 left back in FIFA 21.
The FIFA 21 Layvin Kurzawa Player Moments SBC Card
- Position: LB
- Nation: France
- League: Ligue 1
- Team: Paris Saint-Germain
- OVR: 86
- Weak Foot: 3 stars
- Skill Moves: 4 stars
- Price: approx. 168,000 coins
- Expiry: January 26
Player Moments Layvin Kurzawa is extremely exciting for several reasons. First, the left back provides the perfect link to PSG stars Neymar and Kylian Mbappé, which in itself makes him extremely valuable.
Second, there are hardly any good left-backs in the French Ligue 1, which is why Kurzawa immediately catapults himself to the top of his position. With 90 pace and 83 defense, he has everything a full-back needs and thanks to high shooting and passing values, can even be used in central midfield with the right chemistry style.
The Cheapest Solution
You can't expect to get quality for nothing. The SBC costs just under 170,000 coins and you have to trade in two teams:
- Min. one Paris Saint-Germain player, min. one TOTW player, min. 82 OVR, min. 80 chemistry
- Min. one French player, min. 85 OVR, min. 75 chemistry
The first team is easy to assemble even with the high chemistry. We just stick to Ligue 1 and sprinkle a bit of Serie A up front. TOTW 16's Romain Thomas is our In-Form. The PSG requirement is covered by no less than two players.
This team is approximately five times more expensive than the first. We somehow keep the chemistry together despite diving into three leagues for players. Our Frenchman is Bayern defender Lucas Hernandez.
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Original article by EarlyGame's Philipp Briel.