FIFA 21 is here and the first live SBC is out and ready to be completed. The Ones to Watch promo is coming alongside the full release of the game, so the first SBC is themed around the promo. So that you can add him to your squad, here’s everything you need to know about how to complete the OTW Tonali SBC in FIFA 21.
While he’s just 77 rated now, the Tonali card has the potential to be upgraded throughout the year. As all Ones to Watch cards do, Tonali will upgrade if and when he gets performance based special cards, such as MOTMs or TOTWs.
So while he’s only okay now, he could be great in a few weeks. Thankfully, the SBC isn’t too tough to complete either, coming in at under 10k coins. Here are the OTW Tonali SBC requirements:
- Serie A Players: Min. 1
- Team Overall Rating: Min. 80
- Team Chemistry: Min. 75
How to Complete OTW Tonali SBC in FIFA 21
The best thing to do is to stick to one league and build a squad from it. Considering a lot of players from major leagues are expensive now as players begin to build their starter squads, opting for an off league would be the best option.
Go for a league like Liga NOS or the Chinese League, where there are high enough rated players that aren’t expensive. The likes of Danilo Pereira from the Portuguese League will be good choices and will allow you to use lower rated players elsewhere.
Also for the OTW Tonali SBC, you can then slip in the one Serie A player you need wherever you want. Be sure to use a goalkeeper if you can, since they’ll always be cheap and easy to pick up. A higher rated one like Strakoska might be a good option.
Since you only need 75 chemistry, you shouldn’t have any issue slipping them in wherever if you’ve filled out the rest of the squad with players from one league.
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