As we alluded to above, there are a few additional things to bear in mind when choosing your wide players in FIFA 18, with slightly different factors becoming more or less important depending on the mode and formation you’re playing.
Potential is important to Career Mode – Some players have higher built-in potential for growth than others, if you’re planning on playing at least two seasons of Career Mode then it’s going to have a major impact on your squad. It’s also a great way to pick up a bargain. If you want to find the most youngest potential players, you can search them in our blog, good luck for you guys.
Remember use Chemistry Styles in Ultimate Team- Chemistry Styles, if you didn’t know, add up to a whopping 90 points to your player’s attributes, spread according to the Style you choose. For Wingers and Wide Midfielders it works much the same, although you may want to put more well-rounded Styles on your LM and RM, compared to the more offensive one’s you’d take if you were running a LW and RW.
Think about your style of play when looking at stats – We mentioned this briefly above, but certain wingers will work better in certain formations and styles. Pace in general is obviously extra-useful if you play a more direct, counter-attacking style, whilst you might want to focus more on Crossing, Short Passing, and even Tackling if you’re using more central or reserved LMs and RMs.