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Revealed: West Brom player ratings on FIFA 20 video game

By Luke Hatfield | West Bromwich Albion | Published:

The latest version of the hit video game FIFA is on its way this month, but how do West Brom's players rate in the latest version?

Matheus Pereira tops Albion's FIFA ratings pile (AMA)

Having failed to secure promotion last season, Albion will have their work cut out to go again and push for top flight football - but according to the game they have some pretty capable players to help them out.

Topping Albion's squad in terms of overall rating with 76 is Brazilian winger Matheus Pereira, closely followed by goalkeeper Sam Johnstone, whose score of 75 is equal to his rating last season.

Ahmed Hegazi rounds off the top three with his own 75 rating, whilst Kieran Gibbs, Matt Phillips, Filip Krovinovic and Charlie Austin all boast the same overall score.

Jake Livermore is next in the running with 73, whilst Kyle Bartley and Romaine Sawyers need to settle with scores of 72.

There are plenty of surprises in Albion's squad in the latest instalment of the game, with Semi Ajayi rated only 71, whilst Grady Diangana scores just 68 with a shooting score of only 48.

Nathan Ferguson, listed at CB, gets a score of only 63 in the game, below the likes of Dara O'Shea (67) and Oli Burke (69).

West Brom's FIFA 20 ratings:

Matheus Pereira - 76

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Sam Johnstone - 75

Ahmed Hegazi - 75

Kieran Gibbs - 75

Matt Phillips - 75

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Filip Krovinovic - 75

Charlie Austin - 75

Jake Livermore - 73

Kyle Bartley - 72

Romaine Sawyers - 72

Semi Ajayi - 71

Kenneth Zohore - 71

Chris Brunt - 70

Oliver Burke - 69

Conor Townsend - 69

Chris Willock - 68

Kyle Edwards - 68

Grady Diangana - 68

Rekeem Harper - 68

Darnell Furlong - 68

Hal Robson-Kanu - 68

Dara O'Shea - 67

Jonathan Bond - 64

Jack Fitzwater - 64

Nathan Ferguson - 63

Rayhaan Tulloch - 61

Luke Hatfield

By Luke Hatfield
Digital Sports Journalist - @LHatfield_Star

Digital Sports Journalist based in Wolverhampton working on the Express & Star and Shropshire Star.

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