Those who have pre-ordered the Ultimate Edition of the game can then start playing the full game from the 27th of September, whilst the full game is out for those who buy the standard edition from the 30th of September.
One of the biggest selling points of the FIFA franchise is, of course, Ultimate Team. This is a game mode within FIFA that allows players to create their ultimate team, hence the name, through buying players on the transfer market within the game, earning them through objectives or buying packs with either FIFA points or in-game coins.
Best budget Premier League players on FIFA Ultimate Team
The key to having a successful Ultimate Team throughout the game cycle generally starts with an effective budget team.
The Premier League is one of the most popular leagues to build your starter team with, due to the number of quality players across the division.
And now, ahead of the full launch of FIFA 23, 101 have put together a series of articles to inform you of the best budget Premier League players on FIFA 23 Ultimate Team.
Best budget Premier League strikers & wingers
This article will highlight the best cheap Premier League strikes and wingers on Ultimate Team this year.
Goncalo Guedes, Wolves (82 rated)
Perhaps the best low-budget striker in the Premier League this year is Goncalo Guedes.
With 86 pace, he is pretty fast for a striker so early in the game cycle. He also has four-star skills moves and four-star weak foot, which is ideally what you want from a striker.
The Portuguese’s dribbling is well-rounded and he also has 87 shot power and 82 finishing.
Richarlison, Tottenham (81 rated)
Richarlison is not the fastest option you can sign, but he makes up for it in other areas.
His 81 finishing and 83 shot power is worse than Guedes, but the Brazilian has a five-star weak foot, which greatly improves any player who possesses the trait.
Richarlison also has solid dribbling and decent physical stats for an 81-rated player.
Aleksandr Isak, Newcastle (80 rated)
If you do not wish to sign Richarlison, Isak is the next best option.
The two players have very similar stats, with Isak also possessing the coveted 5-star weak foot.
However, the main drawback with the Swede is his 66 balance and 68 stamina.
Anthony Martial, Manchester United (80 rated)
Anthony Martial is one of the most well-rounded, cheap strikers on FUT 23.
The Frenchman has 85 acceleration, 83 shot power, 87 dribbling and 84 ball control.
Again, though, his 62 stamina is something to be wary of.
Antony, Manchester United (82 rated)
Antony is likely to be the most expensive player on this list, but he is still a great option to have if you can afford him.
92 pace, five-star skill moves, 92 agility and 88 ball control are sure to make the Brazilian a nightmare for opposition defences. Granted his passing and finishing is bang average, but this early in the game, it should not matter.
Lucas Moura, Tottenham (80 rated)
If you cannot afford Antony, Lucas Moura is your next best option at right-wing.
The Tottenham man has 89 pace, 91 agility and 92 balance. And whilst he does not have five-star skills, he does have a four-star weak foot, which Antony does not.
Lucas’ shot power at 83 is also pretty good for an early-game winger.
Wilfried Zaha, Crystal Palace (81 rated)
Zaha is an excellent left-wing option, with his five-star skills and 91 pace likely to cause most defenders a problem early in the game.
If you so desired, you could also probably use Zaha as a striker by switching formation in game. The Ivorian has 81 finishing, 83 shot power and 81 composure, which is similar to some of the strikers mentioned above.
Marcus Rashford, Manchester United (81 rated)
Marcus Rashford has five-star skills and 92 shot power, which is brilliant for a winger.
He is also fairly easy to link given the number of usable Manchester United and English players.
On the negative side, though, Rashford only has 83 acceleration and 74 balance. But his skill moves should help counteract his negative traits early in the game.