With the second international break in effect in Europe, this week's Ultimate Team is an International one. Some fine performances from some of the smaller football nations of Europe have seen some of their players improve vastly in the ratings. There are some of the usual big name players you would expect as well. All of these improved players are available in packs now.
GK - Hungary - Gabor Kiraly 74 (69)
The Hungarian stopper pulled some impressive saves against minnows San Marino and also had a hand in Hungary's narrow victory over Finland.
His superb defensive display against Serbia helped his team to a shocking 3-1 win over Serbia.
The Liverpool man came within inches of giving Montenegro a historic if unlikely win against misfiring England as he saw his volley hit the bar.
The Lyon right back was brought in to replace Bacary Sagna and will now give Laurent Blanc a happy selection dilemma after a great performance.
Slotted home a cool header to give the Swiss the lead against Wales, looked a constant threat against a poor Wales defence.
Despite struggling to get a start at Tottenham, the midfielder showed his class against Norway bagging the winning goal in the second half.
Had a superb game as Holland crushed Sweden 4-1, the young PSV midfielder scored his first two international goals within minutes of each other.
The veteran German goal machine scored a brace against Turkey in Berlin taking him to within 11 goals of Gerd Muller's longstanding record.
The youngster shone on his international debut scoring two goals as Belgium eased past Kazakhstan.
The Athletic Bilbao striker save Spain's blushes by pooping up to claim a late winner against a spirited Scotland team.
The FC Groningen front man scored a fine hat trick to spur his side on to a deserved 5-1 victory over the Faroe Islands.