FIFA 17 TOTW Week 8 Predictions

It's time for FIFA 17 Team of the Week once again and there are some surprising selections coming this week. Here is a prediction of FIFA 17 players who might make it to the TOTW list for Week 8.

The starting line up includes Victor Valdes as the goalkeeper has an impressive overall rating of 82. For the defenders, it will be Serge Aurier (83) - RB, Michael Dawson (77) - CB, and Ricardo Rodriguez (83) - CB.

The four players who will be taking the midfield positions are Gareth Bale (90), Pedro (83), and Mohammed Salah (81) taking the right wing while Salomon Kalou (81) will be at the center attack midfield.

The forwards will be Mauro Icardi (82), Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (86), and Sebastian Giovinco (83). These strikers have shown impressive performances in their respective teams. Icardi has scored two goals while assisting another leading Inter into a 3-0 win. Aubameyang, on the other hand, has scored an impressive four goals and assisted another in yet one of Dortmund's stellar wins. Giovinco is no less than stellar than his two fellow strikers with an impressive three goals which gave his team a 5-0 win against the NYFC.

The substitute players are Adam Davies (63) for goalkeeper position. He will be joined by Botia (75) Center Back, Rafael Boguski (65) Right Midfield, and Park Cho Yung (68) Right Wing. The strikers will be Bekim Balaj (69), Simon Terodde (76), and John Owoeri (66).

The reserves are Ryad Boudebuz (79) Center Attack Midfield, Ignacio Piatti (79) Left Midfield, and Carlos Vela (81) Right Wing. While Timo Werner (75) and Andrea Belotti (77) will take the striker positions.

The FIFA Team of the Week is a list of players who have shown impressive gameplay in real life football. EA Sports release this list every Wednesday.Last week, the lineup included Tom Heaton, Marcelo, Leonardo Bonucci, Ivan Ramis, Nicolas Süle, Ilkay Gündoğan, Arjen Robben, Coutinho, Giacomo Bonaventura, Robin van Persie, and Alexis Sánchez as the starting lineup.

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