Today, we take a look at the potential top 10 Chelsea players to have the highest ratings in the FIFA 17 game.
Gary Cahill – 82
The England international has missed a lot of football after suffering from ankle/foot injury. He has managed to get only two clean sheets from 19 appearances. He has been replaced by Zouma’s brilliant performances in his absence.
His FIFA 17 rating might be downgraded to 82 or to 81.
Willian – 83
Willian is Chelsea’s best player this season by far with four goals and nine assists. He has been brilliant for the Blues climbing the table and has proved efficient in defending as well.
His overall individual performance deserves an appreciation in FIFA 17. His rating should be 83 or 84.
Falcao – 83
Yet another flop season in the Premier League for Falcao despite changing teams after desperation. He has managed to score just one goal for Chelsea in all competitions.
The Colombian will most probably have the same rating as before.
John Terry – 84
Terry was criticized in the opening of the season and was even left out of major games. But he has managed to get somewhat of a comeback since then. Although, his defensive records are not good, he has displayed his exemplary leadership qualities.
We are almost certain that EA will downgrade Terry as they hate aging players.
Nemanja Matic – 84
Matic has been involved in almost every game for Chelsea this season, but he has not managed to maintain his high standards as expected. He has been booked a ton of times and also was sent off.
His FIFA 17 ratings should be around 84, but EA could downgrade him to even less.
Pedro – 84
Pedro had a bright start to his Chelsea career, but his individual performances went downhill along with the club. He has however managed to scored four times and assist three more in the Premier League. He has also scored for Spain to help them reach the Euros.
Pedro’s FIFA 17 rating will most probably be around 84.
Oscar – 84
The Brazilian wonder kid has not had a perfect season, but has helped his side a lot to make a comeback to the top half. He has managed to get into one team of the week and has proved himself in the FA Cup and Champions League.
Oscar most probably have the same FIFA rating as before, an 84.
Thibaut Courtois- 86
The Belgian goal stopper missed many games early on in the season due to surgery. He has managed to keep just four clean sheets from 19 starts. He even got sent off in the very first Premier League game.
Despite his stats being somewhat disappointing, we think that EA will not downgrade the player considering that the 23-year old has still time to recover and improve.
Cesc Fabregas – 86
The Spaniard was not as good as he was last season, but has occasionally lifted the team to earn vital points. Fabregas has scored and assisted four times this season and will be key to the team if they want to finish high.
However, he might be downgraded to 86 from 87 in FIFA 17.
Diego Costa – 87
Costa has helped Chelsea salvage their season. With 11 goals in 24 appearances and six assists, the striker has proven himself vital for Guus Hiddink’s side. He managed to get into one team of the week team with an 87 rated card.
Costa will be upgraded to 87 from 86 in FIFA 17.
Eden Hazard – 87
The Belgian midfielder has had a very poor season compared to the one he had the pervious term. Hazard has scored just one goal this season which has led to a downfall in his reputation. He was one of the highest-rated players in FIFA 16 with an 89 rated card.
But, we believe that EA is going to downgrade the player to 87 in FIFA 17.