Bristol Rovers FIFA 23 player ratings in full as Everton and Middlesbrough men given high rating
All of the Bristol Rovers playes and their rating for FIFA 23 after they were revealed on Thursday evening
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Antony Evans, James Belshaw and Luca Hoole have been given major rating increases on FIFA 23 for their part in Bristol Rovers’ promotion.
EA Sports’ final version of the franchise released their ratings through the Ultimate Team app today ahead of its launch next week.
The Gas are included on the match once more and are back in League One for fans who want to take charge of them on the multiple game modes, including Ultimate Team.
Ratings are based off of how teams and players performed from the season just past.
Rovers won promotion from League Two after finishing third with some players a driving force in their success. It was a team effort with no real standout players, other than the brilliance of Elliot Anderson, whilst Evans and Aaron Collins were also an influence in attack.
Five players share a rating of 65, which is the highest for any Rovers player. Antony Evans and Belshaw share the biggest rises to get there having both been rated at 61 when FIFA 22 was released.
Evans got 22 goal contributions last season in 35 matches, which made him an important player in promotion. Belshaw meanwhile kept 17 clean sheets with most of them coming from the New Year.
Luke McCormick, who returned this summer from AFC Wimbledon was bumped up from 63 despite suffering relegation with the Dons. The 23-year-old got 14 goal contributions last year, equally split at seven goals and assists apiece and was bough for a six-figure fee earlier this summer.
As for the biggest riser, Wales Under-21 international Hoole is now 62 rated, which is considerably higher than his rating of 54 in the previous addition, having become a regular in the first-team.
Josh Coburn, who is yet to make his debut after joining from Middlesbrough on Deadline Day, moved up 11 ratings. Coburn got four goals in the Championship for Boro last year and is now rated at 63.
There are some rating decreases however and Alex Rodman is the biggest having dropped from 64 to 58 after missing the majority of the season through injury.
Zain Westbrooke is another having found himself out of favour, he was loaned out to League Two strugglers Stevenage but struggled to play once Steve Evans was appointed, which has seen him drop by four to 60.
Utility man Josh Grant who filled in numerous roles last season, dropped down three to 61, despite playing 22 games last season and scoring three goals. The former Chelsea academy youngster had an injury last season which kept him out for the majority of the second half of the campaign.
There was no card for on-loan Everton centre-back Lewis Gibson, despite signing in mid-August, but he will be available in game modes. His last rating on the game was 63 during his loan at Sheffield Wednesday and could return the same again this year.
Bristol Rovers player ratings
Aaron Collins - 65 (+1)
Sam Finley - 65 (+1)
Luke McCormick - 65 (+2)
Antony Evans - 65 (+4)
James Belshaw - 65 (+4)
John Marquis - 64 (-2)
Harry Anderson - 64 (-1)
Paul Coutts - 64 (-1)
Jordan Rossiter - 64 (-1)
James Gibbons - 63 (+1)
Anssi Jaakkola - 63 (-2)
Nick Anderton - 63 - (0)
Bobby Thomas - 63 (+2)
James Connolly - 63 (+3)
Josh Coburn - 63 (+11)
Lewis Gibson - 63 (FIFA 22)
Trevor Clarke - 60 (-4)
Luca Hoole - 62 (+8)
Glenn Whelan - 62 (-2)
Ryan Loft - 62 (0)
Josh Grant - 61 (-3)
Alfie Kilgour - 61 (-4)
Zain Westbrooke - 60 (-4)
Alex Rodman - 58 (-6)
Lewis Gordon - 57 (-1)
Harvey Saunders - 57 (0)
Ryan Jones - 57
Sam Heal - 53