FIFA 16 Team of the Week 27 Predictions

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Steve Mandanda - GK - 83 OVR
Mandanda put in yet another brilliant shift for Marseille as he continues to save them on numerous occasions this season. They cam away with one point after a 1-1 draw away at Lorient and that was largely down to their long serving keeper who made a total of eight saves to frustrate the home side. He claimed a 9/10 from L'equipe which is a brilliant score for a keeper.

Alessandro Florenzi - RB - 79 OVR
It was a quiet week in Serie A with a lot of low scoring matches across the division. Florenzi stands out however with his goal in Roma's 2-1 away win at Udinense. There were a lack of gold defensive options and thus I feel that he stands a really good chance to make the cut.
Layvin Kurzawa - LB - 80 OVR
Kurzawa is the first of two PSG players to make the cut for me in a massive 9-0 win to claim the title, no prizes for guessing the second. Kurzawa picked up an 8/10 from L'equipe for his performances and to tell the truth I really struggled to find defenders this week so I am going with the rating on this one.
Danilo D'Ambrosio - RB - 75 OVR
Another Serie A defender which played well is Ambrosio who scored the second Inter goal which turned out to be the winner in a 2-1 against Bologna. He also detestably assisted the first however it is hard to tell if it came off his head or the opposing defenders head.
Max Gradel - LW - 79 OVR
Although the BPL fixtures were limited due to FA cup fixtures I still expect to see a few faces involved in the side. Gradel played a big part in Bournemouth picking up the three points as he both scored and assisted during their 3-2 home win against Swansea.
Danny - CAM - 82 OVR
Zenit are actually down in fifth position as things stand so it has not been an easy season for them. They did pick up all three points on Sunday though courtesy of a 4-2 win at home to Kazan. The Portuguese CAM stood out scoring two of the four goals while claiming MOTM with an 8.5 match rating.
Thiago - CM - 83 OVR
Munich bounced back from a disappointing result at Mainz with a 5-0 demolition of Werder Bremen. There are three players which have a chance of making the cut but I feel Thiago stands the best chance seeing as he was officially MOTM for scoring two of the five goals.
Neymar- LW - 90 OVR
It's hard to ignore a side which win 6-0 even if it is a normality with the likes of Barca. Messi was once again the stand out player but we will not see back to back IF's that leaves the two players with 8/10's which were Neymar and Iniesta. On paper Neymar is the obvious choice with two goals and that is exactly who I am going with. It will be a FIF however his last IF was way back in week 15.
Graziano Pellè - ST - 77 OVR
It's safe to say that Pelle has not been on the best of form recently having not scored since back in November previously to this match. Although part of this drought can be put down to injury he had featured in 12 matches without a goal. He scored twice this weekend though scoring both Saints goals in a 2-1 away win over Stoke. Southampton fans will hope he can get back to the form of last season as he can play a massive part in deciding their results.
Zlatan Ibrahimovi - ST - 89 OVR
It was always coming however this was the week which PSG officially wrapped up the title and to say they did it in fashion would be an understatement. They manage to hit nine without reply away at Troyes. Ibra once again was the man performing the magic scoring four for himself and assisting another. Ibra already has a cabinet of special items this year but after Ronaldo last week I couldn't ignore him.
Miroslav Klose - ST - 81 OVR
Let's be honest who doesn't want to see an IF Miroslav Klose. The German veteran scored twice in order to give Lazio a 2-0 win and with him being 81 rated I won't have to sell my whole club to get him, unlike his RB back in FIFA 13, it was worth it! He claimed a 7.5 from Gazzetta which was among the highest of the week.
Bernd Leno - GK - 84 OVR
Another top goalkeeping performance came in the Bundesliga from another big name. It is hard to tell which keeper will be selected for the starting line up but I expect both to make an appearance in the side. Leno made 5 saves in total and picked up the top rating from kicker during a 1-0 home win against Hamburg.
John Brayford - RB - 70 OVR
One defender which I didn't have much trouble selecting was Brayford who scored once, assisted another and helped towards his sides clean sheet. He made Npower TOTW and claimed a lot of praise for his performance.
Sofiane Hanni - CAM - 71 OVR
There were numerous silver midfielders with two goals and one assist this week however because of the number of high quality performances none of them have actually made the cut. Hanni is the first who outperformed the said performances after contributing to all four Mechelen goals with both two goals and two assists during a very impressive 4-0 win against Liege.
Juan Villar - RM - 70 OVR
With the upgrade Villar deserves for his performance we could be in for a very good silver IF indeed. The Valladolid winger scored three goals as well as assisting another during their 4-2 away win against high flying real Oviedo
Alan Ruiz - CAM - 70 OVR
There was a surprise result in Argentina this weekend when Colon ran away as 4-1 winner at home to River Plate. It was Alan Ruiz, who I believe occupied the CAM role who stood out. He scored three of the four goals and with the flurry of Argentine IF's recently I would be surprised to see him miss out.
Spartak Gogniev - ST - 64 OVR
It's pretty safe to say that Gogniev will be included this week, not only did he score a hat trick for Ural in a 4-2 home win but he also received a perfect 10/10 match rating. I overlooked the RPL last week which in hindsight didn't work out however you would be a fool to leave Gogniev out.
Jamie Maclaren - ST - 64 OVR
It was a very high scoring week in Australia so there is no surprise that we are seeing an IF produced. It comes after Maclaren scored three and assisted another during Brisbane's 5-0 demolition of Melbourne Victory.
Kingsley Coman - RM - 77 OVR
I mentioned that three players stood a chance from Bayerns 5-0 home win and I have included two, the first being Thiago of whom I have already explained and then the second was between Coman and Muller. I have opted for the French winger due to Mullers two IF's already. Three assists for Coman, not bad at all.
Mikel San José - CDM - 80 OVR
Whoever decided to run Marca this week was clearly a Bilbao fan with no less than five players receiving a 8/10 or higher. San Jose was the only one with a nine however and thus I am giving min the nod. There have been a few like this from BBVA which have been snubbed recently however they are very hard to ignore.
Dorlan Pabón - RW - 75 OVR
Pabon could have been included on multiple occasions already this year but as of yet has not picked up that?elusive IF. That could well change this week after he scored twice and assisted another in a Monterrey 3-1 away win against Monarcas.
Steven Beattie - CAM - 57 OVR
With St Patricks day approaching I always had a feeling that an Irish league player would feature and that decision was made much easier when Beattie scored a hat trick and assisted another on Monday night. Cork came away as 6-0 winners and although I do not like Monday night games I can see this one being included.
Marc Janko - ST - 72 OVR
Janko saved a few Basel blushes with a hat trick during their 3-2 home win against St Gallen. The away side went into the interval with a 2-1 lead but two quick second half goals from Janko swung the game around and ended up?deciding?the match. I am unsure if EA are able to pick up dynamic pictures for the Swiss league which is why he is in the reserves.