FIFA 15 TOTW Predictions – Week 11
De Gea – GK – 83 OVR
I feel somebody from the Arsenal vs United game will receive an IF and the only player that really deserves one is De Gea after he made several sublime save with 7 in total in Uniteds 2-1 win. The goal he conceded was a late Giroud stunner, 95th min to be exact.
Carvajal – RB – 79 OVR
Another week and another Madrid IF. Real Madrid cruised to a 4-0 win away at Eibar. Ronaldo scored twice and assisted another but for him I don’t feel that will be enough. Carvajal on the other hand after receiving an 8/10 for his part in Madrid’s win should be enough.
Carl Medjani – CB – 70 OVR
A brace and a clean sheet for a CB is usually enough on its own but when it’s away at Galatasary there is no doubt in my mind that Medjani will be IF this week.
Jér?me Boateng – CB – 85 OVR
Boateng is a massive punt this week with him only being in because I was lacking a gold defender and a big name, both of which he fits in to. He received a 2 on kicker gfr his shift in Munich’s 4-0 win against Hoffenheim but I would say he has about a 30% chance of being in.
Paul Pogba – CM – 83 OVR
Pogba scored twice for Juvenus as theybeat Lazio 3-0 away. He received an 8/10 from Gazzetta which along with the fact that he is a pack seller basically makes him a certainty.
Mile Jedinák – CDM – 76 OVR
Although it’s not much of a surprise recently, Palace managed to come from behind to beat Liverpool 3-1. Jedinak was pivotal in his central role in Palace’s comeback. He scored the final goal and claimed MOTM for doing so.
Dimitri Payet – CAM – 78 OVR
There was limited options from Ligue 1 this week however Marseille played Bordeux which should result in an IF. I think the obvious choice for this spot is Payet after he claimed two assists and a 7 on L’equipe. Fanni is another option after he also claimed a 7 but I feel Payet will be in this week.
Quincy Promes – RM – 74 OVR
Promes was involved in three of Moscows goals, with two goals and an assist as they won 4-2. I’m not sure if we will see two IF’s from the RPL so I feel it will be between Promes and Ari
Lionel Messi – ST – 93 OVR
It was always going to happen the question was just when. Messi broke the all time La Liga goalscoring record in style as he put three past Sevilla as Barcelona won 5-1. He recieved a perfect 10 from Marca and the only way he won’t feature this week is if he gets a special card.
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting – ST – 76 OVR
There was no one who excelled in the Bundesliga this week but they will always have atleast one player involved. I think that player will be Moting after he scored twice for Schalke in their 3-2 win against Wolfsburg.
Andrea Consigli – GK – 78 OVR
I have played safe with the keepers this week as you can see with two gold keepers. Consigli made 5 saves in total with one being a pen save as Sassuolo beat Torino 1-0. The two silvers I feel are in contention this week are Sergio Padt and Rémy Vercoutre So I wouldn’t be surprised to see one of those two.
Jordan Clarke – RB – 64 OVR
Clarke scored twice as struggling Yeovil came from behind to beat high flying County 2-1. County were down to 10 men but nevertheless I think Clarke is a certainty for this weeks team.
Keith Lowe – CB – 59 OVR
Although I think that Keith Lowe might miss out this week I had to select him after he scored twice from CB for York as they won 3-1. The only reason I feel that he might miss out is because of Clarke.
Diego Farías – LW – 71OVR
Farias scored twice for Cagliarli as they drew 3-3 with Napoli which can only be explained as a shocking defensive display. Farias claimed an 8/10 from Gazzetta which will hopefully be enough as he looks set to be a great IF.
Jakob Ankersen – LM – 68 OVR
Anksersen was the first player to make my list this week after a poor showing from Friday games meant that his hat trick early on Saturday made him the first player in to the side.
Aaron O’Connor – ST – 58 OVR
Aaron looks set to join the list of bronze English IF’s after he scored a hat trick for Newport as they shocked Bury to win 3-1 away from home.
Andrea Caracciolo – ST – 67 OVR
Another hat trick, this time in Serie B as Brescia drew 3-3 with 9 men Carpi. Although he scored a hat trick he is far from a certainty, all three of his goals were penalties as well as two of them coming while Carpi were down to 9 men. Although his hat trick was near enough gifted to him however I can see him sneaking in to the side.
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