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News > Sports game > FIFA 21

FIFA 21 Alex Sandro RTTF SBC: Requirements, cheap solutions, and stats

A new Road to the Final SBC has been revealed, featuring Brazilian left-back Alex Sandro. Here's how to complete it.

Ever since the release of Squad Building Challenges, players have been on the lookout for the most efficient way to complete them, netting them incredible rewards in the process.

The Road to the Final (RTFF) cards have a very special trait, they get better as the player's team progresses in the Europa League this season, their stats increasing regardless of individual performances.

This time around, the SBC features Alex Sandro, left-back currently playing for Juventus, or Piemonte Calcio as the team's known in-game.

Let's take a look at the requirements and cheap solutions thanks to FUTBIN.

Alex Sandro RTTF SBC - How to complete

For this challenge, you'll need to deliver two different squads with specific tasks. First up, the Top Form team, which will cost you around 38,000 and 45,000 Coins depending on your platform.

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  • Number of players from Serie A TIM: Min 1
  • IF Players: Min 1
  • Squad Rating: Min 84
  • Team Chemistry: Min 80
  • Number of players in the Squad: 11
  • Reward: Jumbo Premium Gold Pack

Next up, the Tactical Emulation formation that looks to replicate the way Juventus line up.

(Photo: FUTBIN)

  • Number of players from Piemonte Calcio: Min 1
  • Squad Rating: Min 86
  • Team Chemistry: Min 70
  • Number of players in the Squad: 11
  • Reward: Primed Mixed Players Pack

Alex Sandro RTTF - Stats

Alex Sandro RTTF
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Sandro's an attacking centric left-back, yet some might be turned off by his relative lack of pace, barely reaching low-80s.

Do keep in mind, though, that Juventus is a team projected to go deep into the Champions League, and whatever weakness this card could have might go away, making the hefty investment worth it in the long run.