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FIFA 19 is out today... so how are the Ipswich Town players rated?

PUBLISHED: 12:03 28 September 2018 | UPDATED: 12:05 28 September 2018

The FIFA 19 ratings for the Ipswich Town squad have been leaked.

The FIFA 19 ratings for the Ipswich Town squad have been leaked.


It’s a subject that always causes controversy – ratings on the FIFA computer game series.

The latest instalment, FIFA 19, has been released today with gamers across the world rushing to play the new game for the first time.

Bartosz Bialkowski tops the list of Ipswich Town players with a rating of 75, with Luke Chambers and Jonas Knudsen coming in next at 71.

Jon Nolan fares best when it comes to Paul Hurst’s summer signings – rated 69 – though the most recent additions of Jon Walters, Matthew Pennington and Jordan Graham are not on the list.

Kayden Jackson having a statistic of 90 for pace will be sure to make him a popular player on the game.

EA Sports have revealed the game’s top 100 players. Unsurprisingly, of the current day players, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi share the crown with 94. You can also play as ‘icons’, with Brazilian legend Pele having a ratings card of 98.

Ipswich Town FIFA 19 player ratings:

75 – Bartosz Bialkowski

71 – Jonas Knudsen, Luke Chambers

70 – Emyr Huws, Grant Ward, Cole Skuse

69 – Jordan Spence, Jon Nolan

68 – Toto Nsiala, Tom Adeyemi, Dean Gerken

67 – Danny Rowe, Teddy Bishop, Josh Emmanuel, Myles Kenlock, Freddie Sears

66 – Gwion Edwards

65 – Ellis Harrison, Kayden Jackson, Trevoh Chalobah

64 – Flynn Downes, Tristan Nydam, Jordan Roberts, Janoi Donacien

61 – Tayo Edun, Shane McLoughlin

59 – Ben Morris, Luke Woolfenden, Ben Folami

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