It is believed that EA will only be making FIFA 16 available only for the following systems: Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC.

According to popular gaming site, polygon, FIFA 16 will not be on  any handheld games such as Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita, even though last year FIFA15 was on these devices.

Another news that has been a shocker is that there has been no signs of the FIFA 16 on Wii or Wii U version. FIFA fans are in disbelief about the news due to the fact that FIFA has been a part of nintendo and mobileversions for a very long time.

A statement was released by an EA rep about the situation stating;

“With regards to FIFA 16 there isn’t a Vita or 3DS version,”

“We don’t have any further detail on the mobile version but will be sure to share with you when we hear more.”

EA has not release any materials on FIFA 16 being available for a Wii version. This year will be the first without a Wii version since the Wii was launched.

FIFA 16 will be the first FIFA that is unavailable on all Nintendo platform, since the year 2000.

Jack Jewsbury has done a lot for the Portland Timbers.

On Saturday against the Colorado Rapids, he may have just made his most important contribution.

The club’s first captain, who has been shifted all over the pitch, has rode the bench and filled in for injured stars in his four-plus seasons in the Rose City. In Commerce City he sent the Timbers to their first two-game winning streak of the season on the heels of perhaps their roughest stretch under head coach Caleb Porter with a game-winning goal at the death in a 2-1 win at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.

“Jack, the old salty dog, finding the goal at the end of the game, that’s a really special moment for him and for our club as well,” Porter said in his postgame comments. “We haven’t had a big result, one where we score at the death, we’ve given up a few at the death, but sometimes results like this really create a feeling and a confidence and a momentum that carries you.”

RECAP: Jewsbury goal gives Timbers first-ever win in Colorado
When just a week ago the Timbers were in the midst of their first two-game losing streak of the season, had the league’s second lowest points-per-game average and had lost the attacking prowess the team had been known for under Porter, they’ve now completely flipped the script.

After Wednesday’s 1-0 win over league leading D.C. United, coupled with Saturday’s result, the Timbers are above the red line with 19 points from 14 games. The game also marked the end to a stretch of three games in a week and six of their last eight on the road.

“We’ve been on the road a lot this month, so it’s nice to cap it off with another win,” Jewsbury said on the field after the game, shortly after being doused with ice water by teammate Nat Borchers. “It’s something we’ve been looking forward to, getting wins in consecutive matches.”

Perhaps even more astonishing is the fact that they’ve done it all without their best attacking player, Diego Valeri, who missed the last two matches with a sprained ankle shortly after his return from a six-month rehab from an ACL injury. And in both games, Porter rotated his lineup with a handful of bench players.

It paid off with an early Maximiliano Urruti winner against D.C. And against Colorado, Gaston Fernandez, who set up Urruti’s goal in his first start of the season, scored the Timbers’ opener against the Rapids.

WATCH: Jewsbury's goal at the death to win it
“The beauty of having a team and a team with depth that when you rotate your squad and give guys the opportunity to come into the game and prove themselves, and I thought the group we played on Wednesday showed a lot of hunger to get the job done under a bit of pressure because we had two games where the results didn’t go our way,” Porter said. “So I wanted to reward some guys. And it certainly meant that we weren’t quite as fresh, but I felt psychologically it was important to reward guys for getting the job done on Wednesday. And it paid off.”

Lewandowski

Lewandowski suffered concussion and broke his nose and cheekbone in Bayern's DFB-Pokal semi-final penalty shoot-out defeat to Borussia Dortmund following a collision with goalkeeper Mitch Langerak.

Despite this, team-mate Jerome Boateng has revealed the Poland international could feature at the Camp Nou.

"He moved well and made a good impression, it looks like he's fit to play," Boateng said.

"He didn't have any fear, he is very brave and he will get used to the mask."

The 26-year-old Lewandowski, the German champions' top-scorer with 23 goals, sat out Bayern's 2-0 league defeat at Bayer Leverkusen on Saturday to try and get him fit for the first leg in Spain.

Bayern have said they will leave the decision to Lewandowski as to whether he plays.

And the 26-year-old posted a picture of himself wearing the mask on Sunday with the text "Ready for the next challenge".

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Arjen Robben

Robben, who has netted 19 goals this season, lasted just 16 minutes on his second-half come-back in the German Cup semi-final defeat by Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday after a month out with torn stomach muscles.

Bayern have already wrapped up the Bundesliga, but face Barcelona in the Champions League semi-final first leg next week.

And there was worse news for the Bundesliga champions, with Robert Lewandowski suffering a fracture to his nose and upper jaw in a clash with Dortmund goalkeeper Mitchell Langerak.

The club described the Poland striker's injury as "serious", but said further tests were needed to determine how long he would be out for.

Lewandowski said he hoped he would be fit for the away clash with Barca in a week's time.

"Its a few more days till the match at Camp Nou, i really hope i will be able to play!" he said on Twitter.

Bayern's attacking midfielder Thiago Alcantara is also facing a race to be fit to play against his former club Barcelona having come off with a knock to the leg.

The 24-year-old has only recently returned after more than a year out with back-to-back knee injuries.