Fans of Rangers Football Club eagerly anticipate the official release of FIFA 23. With new features, gameplay mechanics, and an updated roster, excited fans are eager to know what the Rangers FIFA 23 ratings will look like. In this article, we will be discussing the Rangers FIFA 23 ratings to help fans get a better idea of what to expect from their team on FIFA 23.
1. Offensive Ratings
The attacking prowess of Rangers Football Club has always been a key aspect of their game, and so it’s important to analyze the offensive ratings of the players. The attacking section will include all fifa 23 rangers players that can take on an attacking role – in the starting XI or from the bench. Based on their performance in the previous season and current form, Rangers’ prime attacking options; Kemar Roofe, Alfredo Morelos and Ryan Kent should enjoy a significant upgrade in their overall rating.
Born in Leeds, England, Roofe is a great finisher with an instinct for goal. He scored 14 goals and provided 4 assists in the league last season, securing his position as one of Rangers’ star performers. His physical attributes such as pace, dribbling, and strength are likely to earn him an overall 81 rating, up from 78 in FS21.
Morelos, who has played a crucial role in the Rangers side, has been consistently one of their leading goal scorers. Last season, he netted 12 goals and provided 13 assists in the league. His efforts earned him an overall rating of 82 for FIFA 22. The Colombian international looked even better in his first few games and will likely jump another point or two, expecting his rating to touch 84 in FIFA 23.
Ryan Kent made his move permanent during the 2019-20 campaign, and with that settled, he had a fantastic season the following year. He scored 13 goals and contributed 15 assist throughout the campaign and looks set to improve on these numbers further this season. His rating should reflect that given his impressive form, so we can expect an overall rating of 80, up from 77 in FIFA 22.
2. Midfield Rating
While several Rangers midfielders were phenomenal last campaign, one player stands out among the rest. Young midfielder, Glen Kamara has had a wonderful start to the season and is quickly gaining recognition from a wider audience. It wouldn’t be surprising if his excellent form earned him a well-deserved upgrade to his overall 76 rating in FIFA 23.
Meanwhile, Joe Aribo, one of the best attacking midfielders in Scotland, was not at his absolute best last season. Despite this, his performances have been outstanding this season, which signals his future potential. His overall score could improve from 73 to 75, or even 76 in FIFA 23.
Stevie G’s men signed Juninho Bacuna from Huddersfield Town in the English Championship for a nominal fee. Bacuna will add depth to the midfield roster, and should enjoy an upgrade in his overall rating too if he manages to make a considerable impact at the club.
3. Defensive Ratings
Rangers’ defense has always been solid, and after a stellar campaign last season which saw them record 32 clean sheets they look strong. Filip Helander was a standout performer in the backline for Rangers last season. The Swedish defender scored twice and kept 16 clean sheets in all competitions. He had an overall rating of 76 in FIFA 22, which seems to sell him short. For FIFA 23, Helander is expected to reach an overall rating of 80.
Connor Goldson, the club’s first-choice defender, has had a spree of good form, which saw the player scored a stunning bicycle kick goal in a cup game against Livingston. With Rangers conceding just 13 league goals all season long and Goldson making sure they did not concede from crosses or set-pieces, his FIFA rating should reach an overall of 79- up from 76 in FIFA 22.
Rangers will probably add a center-back before the new edition of FIFA is released. While it is unknown who that player will be, it’s likely that the player will enjoy an improved rating too.
4. Goalkeeping Ratings
Allan McGregor has been in fine form between the sticks for Rangers this season, earning himself a spot in the Scotland national squad. He stands to receive an upgrade in his FIFA 23 overall rating of 76, up from 74 in FIFA 22.
Matt Ryan joined Rangers on loan from Brighton and Hove Albion in the English Premier League, bringing a vast experience in playing at the highest level. The former Valencia keeper could go head-to-head with McGregor for the starting job and should experience an improvement in his overall rating if he impresses.
5. Overall Team Rating and status
Last season, Rangers won their first Scottish Premiership title since 2011, ending nine years of domination by Old Firm rivals Celtic F.C. After a perfect start to the current season, the club look ready to defend their crown with steven Gerrard refusing to let his team being complacent.
With such impressive form and so many players performing excellently, it’s hard to see the team’s overall rating decreasing. They are expected to have an overall club rating of 79, up from 76 in FIFA 22, with a four-star rating for their team.
In conclusion, Rangers fans can expect to see a series of upgrades in their players’ ratings on FIFA 23. Strengthened by new deals and promising performances from the players such as Roofe, Kent, Morelos, and Aribo, Rangers Football Club will continue to be a dangerous proposition in FIFA 23. Fueled by the club’s historic first title win in seasons, the fanbase is eagerly anticipating the release of FIFA 23, excited to see their club represented as one of the best and most dangerous teams in the game.