The Cheapest FIFA 18 Ultimate Team Player

One of the most satisfying feelings in FIFA 18 Ultimate Team is saving up for that one special player that is perfect for your squad.

Obviously, you’ll probably never make enough to buy Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo but it’s fine becuase you don’t need them. There are plenty of sensational players that are also easy to save up for. We’ve searched through the top players and found the cheapest for every rating from 85 to 89.


89: Gianluigi Buffon – 50,000 coins

Topping this list is Italy and Juventus legend Gianluigi Buffon. His international career may have ended on a sour note but there’s no denying that he is still a phenomenal player.

There are only two goalkeepers rated higher in the game: Manuel Neuer and David De Gea. Unless you want to spend upwards of 150k, Buffon is your man. Even Thibaut Courtois, who is also 89 rated, costs a lot more at 71k. It really puts into perspective what a steal Buffon is at this price.

88: Mesut Ozil  – 36,500 coins

Getting onto the pricier players, Mesut Ozil is still pretty cheap all things considered. The Arsenal playmakers is one of the best passers in the game, his 92 vision means he’ll find through balls you didn’t even consider possible.

His price may be lower than usual because of his lack of pace but honestly, buy a cheap and fast striker like Michail Antonio to pair him with and you won’t even notice it.

87: Andres Iniesta – 28,000 coins

The Barcelona legend is still on top of his game and would be a great addition to any midfield.

When it comes to star players, 28k is still pretty cheap. After a week of casual play you should be able to afford him. And believe us, it’ll be worth the wait.  The silky Spaniard links up play beautifully plus his dribbling and passing means he’s create numerous chances for you every game.

86: Petr Cech – 16,500 coins

The cheapest player on FIFA 18 Ultimate Team who is rated 86 overall is Arsenal goalkeeper, Petr Cech.

Defending is incredibly difficult on FIFA 18 so having a safe pair of hands between the post can be priceless. Fortunately for you, Cech won’t cost you much but he will save you multiple matches with his superb stats.

85: Stephane Ruffier – 8,000 coins

If you want to try something different, there are plenty of brilliant players in Ligue 1 that don’t play for Paris Saint-Germain.

Stephane Ruffier is one of the best goalkeepers in the game, making a 8,000 coins an absolute steal! His 87 reflexes means it’s going to take something special for your opponent to score against you.

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When it Comes to FIFA 18 You Can Most Definitely Cash Out

In FIFA, as so many fans of EA’s all-conquering football series know, you can buy FIFA Coins with real world money. And with those FIFA Coins you can buy packs of cards for use in FIFA Ultimate Team, the series’ most popular mode and the one that makes EA so many millions of dollars each financial quarter. Pay your money, buy a pack and roll the dice. Will I pack Ronaldo? Or Messi? Or an in-form? There’s only one way to find out.

I’m a big FIFA fan and I have a confession to make: I love opening packs. There’s a thrill to it. Maybe this time I’ll get a walk out! My mind dares to dream in the tantalising moments before I press the buy now button. I know I’m being played here. I know the house always wins. But I can’t help but grind for more FUT Coins, the in-game currency you can use to buy packs, then, when I’ve enough, roll the dice once again. Rinse. Repeat. Better luck next time, mate.


I’ve yet to spend real world money on FIFA Coins since FIFA 18 came out, but I have teetered on the edge, usually at night while my wife and toddler sleep. They won’t know, I smirk. I’ll pay with my account, not the joint. Thankfully, FIFA 18, with its dad friendly Squad Battles mode, dishes out FUT Coins and card packs in a, well, I wouldn’t call it a generous fashion, but I’ve so far done well enough to have an 80-rated team with limited play time. The thing is, I want better players and a better team. I will always want better players and a better team. There is no end in sight. I realise this. And yet I live for each inch I crawl forward in the pursuit of the perfect Ultimate Team.

As the debate about loot boxes and gambling rages, I can’t help but wonder about Ultimate Team. Are buying card packs gambling? I go back and forth on the answer. Sometimes I think, well, it’s just like buying football stickers. Of course it’s not gambling. Then, usually when I’m desperate for one more hit, I find myself convinced it is.

The problem is, these prizes – or in FIFA’s case, cards – are not successfully restricted for use solely within FIFA 18. You can, quite easily, cash out.

There are a raft of websites, some of which look pretty slick and even have narrated tutorial videos, that will buy your FUT coins off you for real-world money. These websites ensure everything involved in your standard Ultimate Team card pack transaction has a real world value, albeit indirectly. Say you get a player you don’t want. Successfully sell him on the official, in-game auction house for FUT coins. Then, you can sell those FUT coins on a third-party website for cash. So, the virtual card has an indirect real-world value. It might not be much, but it’s there.

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FIFA 18 Update: New patch ahead of PS4 and Xbox One Ultimate Team FUT TOTW 3 Reveal

A NEW FIFA 18 update has been launched on PC before PS4 and Xbox One, ahead of the new Ultimate Team FUT TOTW 3 lineup.

The new FIFA 18 update is only available on PC so far, but should make its way to PS4 and Xbox One platforms at a later date.

While it might seem strange that EA Sports would launch their first title patches on PC first, there are some good reasons behind this.

When it comes to both the PS4 and Xbox One platforms, a certification process is needed for any major games updates. This usually slows down the console launch of any update, but doesn’t interfere with the PC platform. The full patch notes for the new FIFA 18 update can be found at the bottom of this article.

You can expect to see some big names in this week’s collection of stars, ahead of the international break.


The current FIFA 18 TOTW lineup:

GK: Adan – Real Betis Balompie – (Spain)
CB: Azpilicueta – Chelsea – (England)
LB: Faouzi Ghoulam – Napoli – (Italy)
CB: Hilton – Montpellier HSC – (France)
CAM: David Silva – Manchester City – (England)
CDM: Miralem Pjanić – Juventus – (Italy)
LM: Yacine Brahimi – FC Porto – (Portugal
CF: Lionel Messi – FC Barcelona – (Spain)
ST: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Borussia Dortmund – (Germany)
ST: Álvaro Morata – Chelsea – (England)
LW: Stephan El Shaarawy – Roma – (Italy)


GK: Mamadou Samassa – ESTAC Troyes – (France)
RWB: Daniel Sundgren – AIK – (Sweden)
LB: Danny Grainger – Carlisle United – (England)
CDM: Manuel Konrad – Dynamo Dresden – (Germany)
LM: Yoane Wissa – AC Ajaccio – (France)
ST: Carmelo Valencia – La Equidad – (Colombia)
ST: Patrick Mullins – D.C. United – (USA)


LM: Yamil Asad – Atlanta United FC – (USA)
ST: Sascha Bigalke – SpVgg Unterhaching – (Germany)
ST: Simone Zaza – Valencia CF – (Spain)
ST: Vágner Love – Alanyaspor – (Turkey)
ST: Jürgen Locadia – PSV – (Holland)

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How to Take Free Kicks on FIFA 18 on PS4 and Xbox One

FIFA 18 is a game all about margins.

Losing a game in the 90th minute but fouled on the edge of the box? If you don’t know your way around a free kick you’re losing the game… but if you do, you might be able to score a dramatic goal and grab yourself a point, or force extra time.

But how does one take free-kicks on FIFA? Wonder no more, as Goal takes a look at the set-piece mechanics. There’s a fair few ways of taking a free-kick on the game, and you don’t just need to get it up and over the wall!


Curling the ball around the wall is relatively easy if you’ve got players with high curve – such as Christian Eriksen or Kevin De Bruyne – and you just need to aim slightly past each post, and then flick the left stick back towards the goal. Two bars of power should do it!

You can also dip the free-kick but this is riskier; aim at the wall and hold the left stick up with between one and two bars of power.

If you’re trying to drive the ball under the wall, aim at a spot between an unsuspecting defender’s legs, and hold L1/LB and shoot, with one bar of power, while pushing the left stick upwards.

Trivela free-kicks are the flashiest of the flash, as it’ll see a player use the outside of their boot to try to curl the ball home. You’ll need a player with high free-kick accuracy, and aim for just outside the post. Move your run up, using the right stick, so that your player is in line with the ball as well as the near post. Shoot with roughly two power bars, and point the left stick around 45 degrees and upwards. You’ll need a right footed player if you’re taking it from the left-hand side, and a left footed player from the right. Follow the same steps and hold L1/LB for a power variation of the free-kick.

A knuckleball free-kick is also a possibility, but you’ll need some power! Aim for the far side of the goal with the left stick, and hold L1/LB with three bars of power on your shot. Hopefully, it’ll fly in, making Cristiano Ronaldo proud.

You can also dummy the shot, if you fancy it, by calling a second player with either L2 or LB. Fake a shot, with X and A or circle and X. Aim at the second player, and send a through ball towards them with Y or triangle. If it works, you’ll leave the defence dumbfounded.

It cannot be stressed enough, however, that practice makes perfect, and utilising skill games is vital. Doing that could mean the difference between a win and a loss.

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FIFA 18 at Insomnia61 Festival

While the FIFA 18 demo doesn’t have an official release date, EA Sports has announced plans to make the game playable at the Insomnia61 festival in the UK. And judging by a statement made by festival organisers, the FIFA 18 demo will be playable on PS4. So the FIFA 18 demo will be playable as early as next week, and it’s good news for PlayStation 4 fans.

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“PlayStation has confirmed it will be showcasing the top upcoming titles at Insomnia61, the UK’s biggest gaming festival, this August bank holiday at Birmingham’s NEC,” reads an Insomnia61 statement.

“Among the titles available to play for the very first time, ahead of their UK launch, is the much-anticipated FIFA 18 from EA SPORTS, available on PlayStation.”

The FIFA 18 demo will be playable alongside PS4 exclusives like Gran Turismo Sport and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy.

They’ll be able to enjoy better player animations and more lifelike movement, an overhaul of tactics and team styles on last year’s iteration of the footie series, more atmospheric crowds, enhanced dribbling on the pitch and upgrades to The Journey single player campaign as it returns focusing again on hero superstar Alex Hunter.

Insomnia61 takes place at the Birmingham NEC from August 25 until August 28. and features the latest games and technology, including the Minecraft Zone, Cosplay Zone, Retro Zone, Zombie Zone and a dedicated Virtual Reality Zone. Tickets are available from as little as £26.14 from the festival website.

Top YouTubers will also be attending and Insomnia61 will be hosting the first-ever grand final of the iSeries 2017 Season – the UK’s only indoor drone racing league – and eSports tournament.

OK, the full FIFA 18 Demo is expected to launch around September 15, two weeks before the game’s September 29 release date. will continue to update the FIFA 18 News and guides to you, enjoy the Cheapest FIFA 18 Coins PS4, XBOX ONE and PC with cheap coupon code !

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