The launch of the new FIFA 16 game is just days away so check out the top 20 ranked Australian players in the game here.
With cover star Tim Cahill’s stats not available until the game is released (as the Chinese Super League doesn’t feature), Valencia goalkeeper Mat Ryan is the highest rated Socceroo.
The sensational shot-stopper is rated 78 overall in the game, with his kicking rated 82 and reflexes an impressive 84 to help get to his impressive mark.
Skipper Mile Jedinak (76) at Crystal Palace is the next best, just ahead of on-loan VFB Stuttgart winger Robbie Kruse, Asian Cup hero James Troisi, Trent Sainsbury, Mathew Leckie and injured-plagued Middlesbrough defender Rhys Williams all on 73.
Bursaspor left-back Aziz Behich is eighth on 71, with Hyundai A-League star Aaron Mooy (70) and Switzerland-based Dario Vidosic (70), rounding out the top 10.
The players from 10-20 are: Matt McKay – 70, Jason Davidson – 69, Luke DeVere – 69, James Holland – 69, Tarek Elrich – 69, Massimo Luongo – 68, Bernie Ibini – 68, Joshua Risdon – 68, Ivan Franjic – 68, Ryan McGowan - 68
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