FIFA 20 Ones To Watch: All confirmed OTW cards in Ultimate Team

FIFA 20 Ones To Watch
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With no real football on offer, FIFA 20 Ones To Watch cards had little value in the months between March and June. FIFA 20 OTW cards are upgraded based upon strong real-life performances, and there were none – meaning these items stagnated. But with football officially back, change is imminent: each time a player appears in a FIFA 20 Team Of The Week line-up he scores an OTW upgrade. More details, and the full FIFA 20 OTW cards list, are found below.

FIFA 20 Ones To Watch

FIFA 20 Ones To Watch

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FIFA 20 OTW cards were available from September 27 to October 7 of last year only, which was essentially the 10 days following the launch of the game. These players have stats that improve throughout the season whenever they receive upgraded special cards like Team of the Week, Man of the Match, Hero, or any of the other possible options. As a result, they sell for considerably higher than their normal variants. FIFA 20 TOTSSF items do not trigger OTW upgrades.

A good example of FIFA 20 OTW cards is Harry Maguire. His started off rated 82, but two TOTW appearances bumped him to 84, then 86. However, his 90-rated FIFA 20 TOTS card (available for completing the full set of Premier League SBCs) didn't affect his Ones To Watch rating.

FIFA 20 Ones To Watch cards were decided by the highest potential players that made a transfer in real life last summer. For example, Eden Hazard moved from Chelsea to Real Madrid and since he's one of the best players in the world, he's earned a OTW card. Here's the full list of confirmed FIFA 20 Ones To Watch items:

  • Aaron Wan-Bissaka – Manchester United
  • Alexis Sanchez – Inter Milan [SBC only]
  • Allan Saint-Maximin – Newcastle United [SBC only]
  • Antoine Griezmann – FC Barcelona
  • Christian Pulisic – Chelsea
  • Eden Hazard – Real Madrid
  • Frenkie de Jong – FC Barcelona
  • Harry Maguire – Manchester United
  • Henrikh Mkhitaryan – Roma [SBC only]
  • Hirving Lozano – Napoli
  • João Félix – Atlético de Madrid
  • Joelinton – Newcastle United
  • Julian Brandt – Borussia Dortmund
  • Lucas Hernández – Bayern München
  • Luka Jović – Real Madrid
  • Matthijs de Ligt – Piemonte Calcio
  • Mauro Icardi – Paris Saint-Germain
  • Nicolas Pépé – Arsenal
  • Nicolò Barella – Inter
  • Pablo Sarabia – Paris Saint-Germain
  • Philippe Coutinho – Bayern München
  • Quincy Promes – Ajax
  • Rodri – Manchester City
  • Romelu Lukaku – Inter
  • Sébastien Haller – West Ham United
  • Tanguy Ndombele – Tottenham Hotspur [SBC only]
  • Thorgan Hazard – Borussia Dortmund
  • Wissam Ben Yedder – AS Monaco

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