There was plenty of speculation regarding Skriniar's future FUT 23 Coins club in the summerof this year, and Paris Saint Germain looking the most likely to lure the Slovakian into the French League. However, the idea did not happen, and today Skriniar has to fight for a chance to win back the top spot on the list.
"Wins to Watch" implies that when the team of the player wins three of their next eight domestic matches (starting Sept. 30) the player will receive an additional one-time boost in stats that is equivalent to an additional in-form. So if Man City win 3/8 games, Haaland gets another +1 over and above the in-form updates he receives. (Lol 'if'.)
Nations to Watch means that every player with an Ones to Watch card whose country is participating at this year's World Cup will receive a one-off in-form upgrade if their team is victorious within the event. Tough times for Erling on this issue, it appears, due to Norway's non-participation. ('Tough times for Erling' is not something we expect to write on many other occasions this year/decade/millennium.)
Additionally, Nations to Watch players don't have to be selected for their national team to receive the boost, so in the event that Gabriel Jesus somehow doesn't make it into Brazil's squad and his countrymen get victory in Qatar however, the Arsenal player will still be eligible for the +1.
Also, it's important to note it is important to note that Ones to Watch players do not receive upgrades in cheapest FIFA 23 Coins conjunction with other promotional cards. Therefore, if Tyler Adams gets some sort of wild 90+ card in April for an upcoming promotion called Factsmashers or something else you're looking at, your OTW won't be upgraded to reflect the new promo. (Sorry Tyler. If it helps you feel better, you are in practically everyone's pre-order OTW package.)