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Ipswich Town’s FIFA 18 ratings revealed: Bialkowski is Blues’ top man

Bartosz Bialkowski is Ipswich Town's top-rated player on FIFA 18.

Bartosz Bialkowski is Ipswich Town's top-rated player on FIFA 18.

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Goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski is Ipswich Town’s highest-rated player on the brand-new FIFA 18 video game.

The latest edition of the EA Sports game will be released worldwide on Friday, September 29, with Town’s 2017-18 squad included.

Goalkeepers like Bialkowski are rated on six shot-stopping attributes – diving, reflexes, handling, speed, kicking and positioning and the Polish custodian gets a rating of 73.

Bialkowski joined the Blues from Notts County in the summer of 2014 and has gone on to make 102 appearances, being the club’s Player of the Year for the last two seasons and establishing himself as Mick McCarthy’s first-choice between the sticks.

Town’s best outfield player, according to the game, is David McGoldrick, who has a rating of 72, having been judged on his pace, dribbling, shooting, defending, passing and physicality.

McGoldrick’s best attribute according to the game is his dribbling, the former Nottingham Forest man coming out with a score of 75, while he has a 70 rating for his shooting.

He is followed closely by Blues skipper Luke Chambers and fellow centre-back Tommy Smith, who both come in with scores of 71, having been judged on the same six attributes.

Town’s summer signings have all been rated too, with Joe Garner and Emyr Huws joining Cole Skuse and Adam Webster with a rating of 70, Tom Adeyemi, Dominic Iorfa and Martyn Waghorn scoring 69 and Jordan Spence scoring 68

The top-ranked player on the whole game is Cristiano Ronaldo with a rating of 94, followed Lionel Messi (93) and Neymar (92)

Chelsea’s Eden Hazard is ranked as the Premier League’s best player, with Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea second and Arsenal’s Alexis Sanchez third.

What do you think? Are the ratings right?

Blues’ FIFA 18 ratings: Bialkowski 73, McGoldrick 72, Chambers 71, Smith 71, Garner 70, Skuse 70, Skuse 70, Huws 70, Webster 70, Knudsen 69, Adeyemi 69, Waghorn 69, Ward 69, Sears 69, Iorfa 68, Spence 68, Gerken 68, Bishop 68, Bru 67, Hyam 67, Kenlock 67, Rowe 66, Dozzell 64, Nydam 62, Downes 62, McDonnell 62, Patterson 60, Crowe 60, Webber 58, Woolfenden 58.

FA Youth Cup Fourth Round

Ipswich Town U18s 2

Dagenham & Redbridge U18s 1

Ipswich Town’s U18 Academy boss Alan Lee praised his side after they progressed in the FA Youth Cup after beating Dagenham & Redbridge 2-1 at Portman Road last night.

FA Youth Cup

Ipswich Town 2 Dagenham & Redbridge 1

Ipswich Town U18 Academy boss Alan Lee is hoping his young charges can keep up the proud Blues tradition of success in youth football, with victory against Dagenham & Redbridge in the FA Youth Cup Fourth Round tonight, at Portman Road, 7pm ko.

Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy believes young defender Chris Smith returned from his loan spell at Chelmsford ‘more of a bloke’ and is hopeful he has a first team future.

Ipswich Town U23 3

QPR 0

Ben Morris hit a brace and Aaron Drinan opened his account in a blue shirt as an experienced Ipswich Town under 23 side eased past QPR 3-0 at Playford Road today, writes Kieren Standley.

FA Women’s Premier League

South East Division One

Ipswich Town 9

Haringey Borough 0

Ipswich Town Ladies bounced back from last Sunday’s disappointing FA Cup exit to Charlton with an emphatic 9-0 trouncing of bottom of the league Haringey Borough at the Goldstar Ground in Felixstowe, writes Kieren Standley.

Leeds United boss Thomas Christiansen is set to appeal the red card given to Eunan O’Kane following his altercation with Jonas Knudsen.

Episode Six: Stuart Watson and Andy Warren are back for another episode of the Kings of Anglia podcast to discuss the win over Leeds, Portman Road atmosphere and the latest transfer news.

Bersant Celina revealed just how much the adulation of the Ipswich Town fans means to him after his latest match-winning effort.

It’s that kind of season. Just when everything seems to be miserable, and the fans’ anger is mounting, along comes a victory to lighten the mood. At least temporarily, writes Northstander Terry Hunt.

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