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FIFA 15 TOTW 20 Package:Neymar, Sneijder, Klose included – gofifacoins.net

FIFA 15 TOTW The developers at EA Sports are delivering the regular Team of the Week package for all fans of the Ultimate Team mode in FIFA 15, allowing them to get access to a range of solidly performing players that can be used by any first eleven to improve its performance in the long term.

The biggest star included this week is Neymar, the Barcelona player who has been recently finding his rhythm in an attack formation that also features Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez.

The attacking line also includes Klose, who is continuing a good run despite his age, and McCormack.

The midfield that gamers can try to recreate is made up of four players: Feret, Sneijder, Kuyt and Pizzaro; and there are also three defenders coming to Ultimate Team: Clman, Moretti and Lustig.

The goalkeeper selected by EA Sports is Diego Alves from Atletico Madrid, who will be tested tonight by Neymar when his team meets Barcelona.

As always, the Team of the Week package also includes the seven substitutes that the laws of football mandate, but most players who buy it will probably not even notice their presence.

FIFA 15 is implementing winter transfers at the moment
Currently, EA Sports is focused on making sure that all the transfers that take place in the real world during the January window are also reflected in the football sim, with updates delivered almost daily.

Most of the activity will take place towards the end of the week and that means it might take a little while for all the changes to be introduced.

The development team will also continue to deliver extra content, including tutorial videos for the community and more tournaments featuring players from major European teams.

The community has been asking EA Sports to introduce at least one new title update for FIFA 15, which is supposed to deal with issues like crossing and pace for some players, but its unclear whether it will ever be implemented.

FIFA 15 Guide – to get grips with new features

FIFA 15 has made changes to goalkeepers, player models, ball control and loads more. Here are some quick tips to help you adjust to what’s new in this year’s

entry.

Tiki Taka returns
Thanks to the changes made to ball physics, control, player movement and body models in FIFA 15, tiki taka is back. It’s once again possible to make a series

of one-touch passes between a cluster of players and leave defenders chasing shadows.

This is a great way to open up play and create space when it becomes a little crowded. Using a series of four or five short passes before switching the ball

will help get you out of a jam when defences try to press the ball in numbers. It’s now possible to even make one or two-yard passes, meaning layoffs are

achievable, which are great when trying to play the ball into the path of a runner.

You won’t be able to place one-touch passes across the entire pitch with ridiculous switches like in older FIFAs, though. You’ll have to make sure that the

player receiving the ball is in a position where he is able to make the pass, otherwise it will lack the power, direction or both.

Use the player’s body to protect the ball
Body position is now even more vital when it comes to shielding the ball. If a defender catches up with the ball carrier, make sure you turn away from him

and perform a series of turns using the left stick, this will make it more difficult to be tackled. Don’t simply keep sprinting in the hope you’ll keep the

ball. You won’t.

Those three point turns which AI attackers use all-too-frequently can become an excellent tool for coming inside from wide positions. The more intricate ball

control in FIFA 15 means players, especially the more skilful ones, are also now more adept at shifting the ball between their feet, meaning sidestepping

tackles is now easier.

Goodbye lobbed through balls
EA has nerfed lobbed through balls, so much so that they’ve all but become null and void as an effective tactic against defensive lines.

Not only is it incredibly difficult to get the height and distance of a pass right, but for some reason players find it impossible to control a lobbed

through ball, so defenders often get back and steal the ball.

It’s more effective to use a long pass with less power. It won’t go into space, but the receiver will control the ball better and stop the defender from

making an easy interception.

Press high in numbers
In single-player, if the full backs receive the ball from the goalkeeper, or indeed have the ball on the flanks near their own penalty box, press with two or

three players. If you manage to close down the passing lanes, the defender will blast the ball straight out of play for a throw-in.

Put more power into shots
If you’re through on goal, you’re going to have to use much more power than in previous FIFAs. Thanks to the insane athleticism of FIFA 15’s goalkeepers,

you’re going to need to blast the ball beyond their grasp and give them no chance of reaching it.

Use the LT/L2 modifier to drill the shot low if you find the keeper is still able to pluck your shot out of the air. Finesse shots take power off the ball,

so try to avoid these unless you’re approaching the goal at such an angle that the curve will help take the ball further away from the goalkeeper.

One touch, then shoot
If you’re able to make a short pass to the feet of your striker in the box, then try your best to have only one touch before taking the shot. This prevents

the goalkeeper from being able to prepare for the strike. The touch should also take the ball and striker away from the defender, giving you the space to

lash it into the corner of the net.

Shoot across goal
Goalkeepers will parry shots across goal, giving you an extra chance to follow-up and finish the rebound. When running towards goal with the ball, try and

aim for the far corner. It’s rare that the goalkeeper will catch the ball, as long as the shot is both accurate and powerful enough.