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RATINGS REVEALED: Leeds United’s FIFA 19 ratings are out, with Pontus Jansson rated Leeds’ best player

See what the people at EA Sports think of the players at Leeds

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The FIFA ratings release is always a highly anticipated event in world football, such is the popularity of the video game franchise. Many a fan base their opinions of other teams via the ratings, and fans of teams often have endless debates about the validity of the rankings when it comes to their favourite players and squads.

FUTWIZ has revealed the FIFA 19 player ratings, and here is how Leeds United shape up. There are a few players missing, namely Tom Pearce and Jamie Shackleton, but overall it’s pretty good picture of the players.

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Pontus Jansson, fresh off of his appearance for Sweden at the World Cup, leads the way with a 76 overall rating, and Barry Douglas and Samu Saiz both have 75 overall ratings.

Pablo Hernandez and Luke Ayling are next with 73 overall, followed by 72s for Matuesz Klich, Kemar Roofe, and Gjanni Alioski.

Chelsea loanee Lewis Baker and Adam Forshaw both get 71s, along with Patrick Bamford, Kalvin Phillips, and Liam Cooper.

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Gaetano Berardi and Manchester City loanee Jack Harrison both get an overall rating of 70. Four Leeds players get an overall 69 (nice) but two of them, Eunan O’Kane and Vurnon Anita, are currently out on loan, and another one of them, Jamal Blackman, is a loanee from Chelsea.

Bailey Peacock-Farrell is rated as an overall 66, which seems low for him, as he’s been a good keeper for club, although he showed his youth and inexperience playing for Northern Ireland over the international break.

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Finally, Caleb Ekuban and Tyler Roberts are both overall 65 and Conor Shaughnessy is rated at 64.


Do these ratings seem fair? A tad low for some players? A little bit higher for others?

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