Team of the Week for the Ultimate Team mode in FIFA 16 is ready to deliver a new installment, allowing fans of the mode to get access to a number of new players who can be used to augment any first eleven, including Roberto Firmino, who led the attack for Liverpool in their entertaining 5 to 4 win against Norwich.
All of them have been selected based on their performances in matches that took part over the weekend as the football simulation tries to stay as close as possible to the action of real-world football.
The attacking line of the Team of the Week is centered on Firmino, the up and coming Brazil star, who gets support from Valencia.
The midfield is very important in FIFA 16 and the five-man line if made up of Meier, Gundogan, Candreva, Guardado and Matuidi, who offer plenty of options when it comes to both defensive and offensive phases.
When it comes to defensive action, fans of the Ultimate Team mode can get access to Rodriguez, Fabio Coentrao and Van der Wiel.
The goalkeeper selected by EA Sports is Mandanda.
The Team of the Week features seven substitutes that gamers will be able to use to plug weak spots on their team or to simply move to the transfer market to get the funds required to get access to another superstar.
Since FIFA 16 was launched, EA Sports is adding another five players to the normal package so that gamers have even more options when it comes to team building, especially in the semi-random Draft experience that this installment in the series added to Ultimate Team.