Each week EA Sports creates a FIFA Ultimate Team Team of the Week (TOTW) based on players in the real world that are in form for that week. Take a look at the team that will be available for one week from 12th February at 6pm (UK time).

Raheem Sterling – the exciting youngster is very much hot property at the moment but criticism has come when he’s called upon to stick the ball in the net. In a thrashing of title contenders Arsenal 5-1 at Anfield, Sterling picked up two goals and with such a victory comes the realism that Liverpool may actually be in the title race.

Eden Hazard – Chelsea often find scoring a little tough due to their misfiring strikers which leaves the burden on their attacking midfielders. This guy lit up the game versus Newcastle with a hat trick but also seeing his movements for one of his goals should make any fan notice Hazard is coming close to bearing that “World Class” tag.

Sebastien Bassong – it took a while for Bassong to find himself a team where he would be a starter more often than not and at Norwich he’s become a rock. He helped his defenders keep a clean sheet again Man City who managed to stick seven goals past Norwich in the reverse fixture. How crucial could this bonus point be in the relegation battle?


Starting XI

• GK: Danijel Subašić– AS Monaco (France)

• CB: Walter Samuel – Inter (Italy)

• CB: Martin Škrtel – Liverpool (England)

• CB: Sébastien Bassong – Norwich City (England)

• CM: Dimitri Payet – Olympique de Marseille (France)

• LM: Eden Hazard – Chelsea (England)

• CM: Luka Modrić – Real Madrid (Spain)

• CAM: Henrikh Mkhitaryan – Borussia Dortmund (Germany)

• LW: Raheem Sterling – Liverpool (England)

• ST: Adrián Ramos – Hertha BSC (Germany)

• ST: Gonzalo Higuaín– Napoli (Italy)

Substitutes & Reserves

• GK: Jake Cole – Plymouth Argyle (England)

• LB: Jelle Van Damme – Standard Liège (Belgium)

• CDM: Verza – UD Almería (Spain)

• CM: Ji Sung Park – PSV (The Netherlands)

• ST: Scott Hogan – Rochdale (England)

• ST: Jonatan Soriano – Red Bull Salzburg (Austria)

• ST: Borja Viguera – Deportivo Alavés (Spain)


What do you make of the choices? Anyone you think deserved a place? Feel free to send us your thoughts on Twitter @TheXboxHub

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