The unusual transfer market behaviors meant


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  • "Wins to Watch" implies that players' FUT 23 Coins teams win three games out of their next eight domestic matches (starting on September 30,) and they are awarded an additional one-time stat boost comparable to an in-form. Thus, if Man City win 3/8 games, Haaland gets another +1 over and above the in-form updates He receives. (Lol 'if'.)

    Nations to Watch means that any player with an Ones to Watch card whose country is involved during this year's World Cup will receive a one-off in-form upgrade if their team win a game during the tournament. Tough times for Erling on this front, it appears because Norway is not participating. ('Tough times for Erling' is not something we expect to write on many other occasions this year/decade/millennium.)

    Even better, Nations to Watch players don't need to be picked for the national team to receive the upgrade, so in the event that Gabriel Jesus somehow doesn't make the Brazilian squad and his countrymen pick up victory in Qatar the Arsenal hitman still gets a +1.

    Finally, it is important to note this: Ones to Watch players do not receive upgrades based on other promotional cards. So if Tyler Adams gets some sort of wild 90+ card in April , in a new promo called Factsmashers or whatever it is, his OTW won't be upgraded in line with the promo. (Sorry Tyler. If this helps you feel better, you are in virtually everyone's pre-order OTW pack.)

    The unusual transfer market behaviors meant that it was often practical and inexpensive to add top promo players to your team even within a few days of when they were announced. This may still be the case with FIFA 23, but for these days, the best Ones to Watch players are likely to cost you a huge premium. Because they've not buying FUT 23 Coins received any upgrades, it is hard to justify spending any money on them.

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