There has been some exciting news in the FIFA world lately: EA brings headliners back to the FIFA 20 Ultimate Team!
Headliners first appeared in FIFA 19 as a special series of FUT cards.
They work similarly to Ones to Watch cards, except that headliners always give players a point higher than their latest in-form card.
Most of these cards will be available in packs, others will be released through SBCs – we expect them to be released in the coming days.
Read on, because RealSport offers you 10 predictions for this year’s headliners.
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Kevin De Bruyne (OVR 91 – Headliner 95)
Many FIFA fans would appreciate it if Kevin De Bruyne got hold of one of these special cards – with seven goals and 15 assists in the Premier League this season, the Belgian has voted one of the best in the world.
The only thing that could stand in his way is how high the OVR rating is, which doesn’t leave much room for future growth.
Robert Lewandowski (OVR 89 – Headliner 92)
This man loves gates. In FIFA 20, Robert Lewandowski already has two cards in shape. The Pole was just a goal behind Ciro Immobile in the European Golden Boot classification.
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It’s fair to say that if he has a headliner card, this man is unstoppable in front of the goal.
Ciro Immobile (OVR 86 – Headliner 90)
Ciro Immobile is the only player to have collected three informal cards at FIFA 20 so far. It wouldn’t be a surprise if he were headlined at this point.
23 goals and five assists in all competitions this season – his statistics speak for themselves.
Luis Alberto (OVR 84 – Headliner 88)
Immobile has been sensational this season, but he owes much of his success to Luis Alberto. The midfielder has collected twelve Serie A assists this season and has already received two in-form cards!
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For this reason, an Alberto headliner would be accelerated to 88 immediately.
Timo Werner (OVR 83 – Headliner 87)
Timo Werner is only 23 years old, but plays like a striker in his heyday. 18 goals and six assists in just 17 Bundesliga games prove his talent.
As a result, he has already earned two in-form cards, so a headliner card is quite possible.
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