How to Choose the Right FUT 14 Chemistry Style

How to choose the right FUT 14 chemistry style

It’s not easy to choose the right FUT 14 chemistry style. Here are some tips.

If you have a team with low budgets, it means you should pay more attention to this factor as adjustment since the prices of these cards may range from 150 coins to 10k coins. Just remember that a more expensive chemistry style sometimes doesn’t mean it is a better style. For example, Hunter, Shadow and Hawk are the most expensive cards. However, their cheapest Basic style can be the best choice.

Generally speaking, defensive styles are applied to defenders (Sentinel, Guardian, Gladiator, Backbone and Anchor); attacking styles are applied to forwards (Sniper, Deadeye, Hawk, Marksman and Finisher) and the other styles to the midfielders (Artist, Architect, Powerhouse, Maestro e Engine). While the five goalkeepers styles may only be applied to these players.  It is a good practice to apply chemistry styles according to player’s position.

Players who play in the same position but in different formations may have different needs. Just taking central backs as an example. If they play in a 4xx formation, they should run very fast. However, to the central CB of a 5xx formation, the defending and the heading is something much more important. So analyzing the roles of each player in the team is important.

Playing Style
There are no one plays FIFA in the same way, whether better or worse. Some like to use the wings to attack or by the middle. Others prefer to play in counter attacks or keep the ball. When choosing a FUT 14 chemistry style, players had better carefully analyzing the roles of each player according to playing style.

Players’ Attributes
It is impossible to apply a chemistry style without knowing the players’ attributes and work rates.

Players can boost the lower stats to get a more balanced player or o boost the higher stats to make the player even better than their opponents. But it is not easy.



Usually, players tend to choose the second option because most of the times the higher attributes are also the most important ones according to the player’s position. For example: Messi has a low defending stat because he doesn’t need it to play well on his position. It is natural that players try to improve his attacking attributes. But sometimes it can be different. When a player plays in a position and in a formation which the importance of the various attributes is not so uneven, it may be better to try to balance the player. For example, Diego Alves is a wonderful goalkeeper but many people don’t like to play with him because his positioning is poor.



To choose a chemistry style according to the players’ attributes is something very personal. It depends of who is choosing.

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