2021 Panini Premier League Score is an affordable entry level soccer release, featuring the top flight of English football with each EPL team having 10 players in the 200-card base set.
Case-hit inserts include 3D, Game Face and Intergalactic.
We’re looking at the latter for the purposes of this article, as it’s the first time the Premier League has been given the Intergalactic treatment.
Here’s a rundown with three of the best Premier League Intergalactic inserts, along with investment advice for the popular subset.
The Best 2021 Panini Premier League Score Intergalactic Cards
Intergalactic is a case hit, so you’ll be lucky to find one per box. There are 20 cards in total to look out for.
They have a simple 3D effect, causing the player to pop out from the full-bleed artwork.
Here’s a rundown with three of the best 2021 Panini Premier League Score Intergalactic inserts, featuring a trio of the biggest stars in the league.
3. 2021 Panini Premier League Score Intergalactic Mason Mount #4 (eBay)
It was his pass in the 2020/21 Champions League final that set Kai Havertz running clear for the only goal of the game, while he’s a key member of the England team that reached the final of Euro 2020.
Mount is the future of Chelsea, and added the Club World Cup to his trophy cabinet earlier this season.
The midfielder has to be seen as one of the top picks from the Intergalactic subset.
2. 2021 Panini Premier League Score Intergalactic Mohamed Salah #8 (eBay)
The Egypt captain is undoubtedly world class, and could help Liverpool to another famous title win despite the resurgence of Chelsea and Manchester City.
Arguably the most in-form player in the world, Salah is one of a couple of Liverpool stars included in the Intergalactic subset. Trent Alexander-Arnold is also available for fans of the Reds.
1. 2021 Panini Premier League Score Intergalactic Buyako Saka #8 (eBay)
Buyako Saka is the final pick from our list of the best EPL Intergalactic inserts.
The Arsenal winger has been one of their standout performers over the past two seasons, and looks set to notch 10 goals in the league this year.
Arsenal’s 2020–21 Player of the Season is another worth keeping tabs on, and continued success would cause his card values to rise rapidly.
Of course, this is reflected in the current asking price, as the Saka Intergalactic card is one of the most expensive overall.
2021 Panini Premier League Score Intergalactic Cards: Checklist
Here’s a full checklist with the 20 cards found in the EPL Intergalactic subset;
1 Danny Welbeck – Brighton & Hove Albion
2 Trent Alexander-Arnold – Liverpool FC
3 Neal Maupay – Brighton & Hove Albion
4 Mason Mount – Chelsea FC
5 James Ward-Prowse – Southampton
6 Youri Tielemans – Leicester City
7 Declan Rice – West Ham United
8 Mohamed Salah – Liverpool FC
9 Ismaila Sarr – Watford
10 Harry Kane – Tottenham Hotspur
11 Teemu Pukki – Norwich City
12 Dominic Calvert-Lewin – Everton
13 Kai Havertz – Chelsea FC
14 Vicente Guaita – Crystal Palace
15 Ruben Neves – Wolverhampton Wanderers
16 Callum Wilson – Newcastle United
17 Danny Ings – Aston Villa
18 Bukayo Saka – Arsenal
19 Kevin De Bruyne – Manchester City
20 David Beckham – Manchester United
2021 Panini Premier League Score Intergalactic Cards: Buyers Guide
The majority of Intergalactic cards are reasonably expensive. It makes sense given how difficult they are to find in 2021/22 Score sets. Here’s a brief buyer’s guide if you’re tempted by the collection.
There’s a range of cheaper options, especially if you look outside the top six. For example, players like Harry Kane are reasonably affordable when looking at current sale prices.
With the best that the Premier League has to offer, you can’t really go wrong with any of the Intergalactic Inserts.
If we could only pick one, we’d probably go for Saka or Mount, given Salah looks like he could leave Liverpool at the end of the season.
2021 Panini Premier League Score Intergalactic Cards: Buying/Selling Advice
The Intergalactic inserts are some of the best featuring PL players this season, and they’re found in one of the more affordable Panini sets.
Despite the lack of a serial number, they’re rare enough to sell for high prices on the resale market, and we’re even thinking about sending a couple off for grading.
Let us know what you think of the Intergalactic Inserts in the comments below! Do you think they’ll make a profit in the future?