Bristol City FIFA 23 player ratings in full including boost for Leeds, Man United and Spurs target
EA Sports have delivered their verdict on Bristol City’s squad for the 2022/23 season
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Andi Weimann and Daniel Bentley are tied as Bristol City’s best players on EA Sports’ latest FIFA edition of their popular franchise.
The Robins finished 17th in the Championship last season as they navigated their way through an overhaul of the squad and reducing the wage bill.
Nigel Pearson’s side had some plus points last season by bringing through talented young players whilst players like former Aston Villa striker Weimann and ex-Derby County forward Chris Martin rediscovered their form.
Form from real life transfers into the game and is based on their performances throughout the entire previous campaign for their Ultimate Team rating and EA Sports have provided some interesting opinions for City’s players.
Bentley, the club captain, and Weimann who wore the armband in his absence last year are two important players in their own right and come out on top when it comes to their cards.
Weimann had a tremendous season for the Robins with 32 goal contributions in the Championship, scoring 22 goals and making 10 assists.
The 31-year-old was rewarded with a ‘Team of the Season’ card on FIFA 22 after his performances and as a result of his form, he has been given a boost of three.
Bentley meanwhile kept six clean sheets last year in what was an otherwise leaky season for him and his back line, whilst he was also displaced for a period by Max O’Leary.
Alex Scott - linked with a move to Manchester United earlier this summer - is the biggest mover, moving up from a lowly rating of 59 to 67, after a superb breakout season in the Championship, playing 38 times and getting four goals and two assists.
Kane Wilson, following a campaign that saw him win League Two Player of the Year, has moved up by five following his move to Ashton Gate, sharing the same as Scott, Stefan Bajic, Andy King, Zak Vyner, and Max O’Leary.
As for those with decreases, Nahki Wells has dropped down by two after finding his playing time limited last season, moving down by two. If the Bermuda striker can maintain his early-season form then he could be due a rating increase.
City’s top scorer this season Tommy Conway has moved up to 61 after a handful of appearances last season. Conway’s blistering form won’t be accounted for his first rating for Ultimate Team but he could have an improved card in January.
Ratings are based on the performances of last season and for game modes other than Ultimate Team will be based on performances they deliver throughout the season. It means that the ratings initially given will only be for this game mode, whilst for online matches or offline matches, it will be based on form.
There is also the possibility of a City player earning an ‘in-form’ card should they deliver a performance that is of note to EA Sports.
FIFA 23 is the final edition of the EA Sports franchise with new branding set to be released in due course. Friday, September 30 is when the game is released to the UK and worldwide but is accessible through pre-ordering the ‘Ultimate Edition’.
Bristol City FIFA 23 player ratings
Andreas Weimann - 73 (+3)
Daniel Bentley - 73 (0)
Kal Naismith - 71 (+1)
Timm Klose - 71 (0)
Joe Williams - 70 (0)
Antoine Semenyo - 70 (+2)
Jay Dasilva - 70 (-1)
Rob Atkinson - 69 (+2)
Han-Noah Massengo - 69 (+1)
Matty James - 69 (0)
Nahki Wells - 68 (-2)
Chris Martin - 68 (+1)
Cameron Pring - 68 (+4)
Stefan Bajic - 67
Kane Wilson - 67 (+5)
Andy King - 67 (-1)
Alex Scott - 67 (+8)
Max O’Leary - 67
Zak Vyner - 67 (-1)
Mark Sykes - 66 (+2)
George Tanner - 66 (+2)
Ayman Benarous - 62
Tommy Conway - 61 (+2)
Sam Bell - 59 (+1)
James Morton - 59 (0)
Harvey Wiles-Richards - 50
Dylan Kadji - N/A