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FIFA 23: Rangers FC predicted ratings

How will Europe League runners up get on in FIFA 23?

Updated: Oct 14, 2022 5:05 pm
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So it is official we can expect a fully licensed Rangers FC in FIFA 23. We are expecting stadium, authentic kits, and most importantly for die hard Career Mode players, facescans of the main squad. 

The addition of Rangers in FIFA 23 is a welcome one for fans of the team as well as those who appreciate authenticity in their games. This addition comes off the back of an incredibly successful season. They won the Scottish Cup for the first time in 22 years, but they also made it to a European Final, only just missing out to German Bundesliga side Frankfurt. 

Off the back of the new partnership they have signed with EA, we thought we would take a punt at predicting their teams ratings going into FIFA 23. 

Rangers: Goalkeepers and Defenders

Allan McGregor – 75 (-2)

Jon McLaughlin – 69 (-)

Connor Goldson – 77 (-)

Filip Helander – 74 (-)

Ben Davies – 73 (-)

Nikola Katic – 70 (-)

Ridvan Yilmaz – 73 (+2)

Borna Barisic – 75 (-)

James Tavernier – 78 (+1)

It was a great season for Rangers’ defence last time out and they have made some very shrewd signings over the summer. They will be a much better side in FIFA 23 and James Tarvernier – their star right back – is at the heart of that. 

There are very few defenders who offer so much going forward, while still being disciplined. Goldson also had a great season, featuring in the FIFA Team of the Season. 

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In FIFA 23 they will have a new Turkish fullback, Yilmaz, who had a great debut season and will no doubt strengthen the Rangers defence. Ben Davies from Liverpool could also look like a great bit of business, creating good competition in the defence. 

Rangers: Midfielders

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James Sands – 71 (+1)

John Lundstram – 75 (+3)

Glen Kamara – 75 (-)

Ryan Jack – 75 (-)

Scott Arfield – 71 (-2)

Ianis Hagi – 75 (+1)

Malik Tillman – 61 (-)

Nnamdi Ofoborh – 65 (-)

Steven Davis – 74 (-2)

The biggest problem for Rangers going into FIFA 23, is the loss of Aribo. He was one of their stand out players last season and earned his move, but they will miss what has to offer. 

Fortunately they do still have some cracking options in the middle of the park with Lundstram and Kamara looking better than ever. It’s incredibly likely Lundstram will get a boost, and although we haven’t predicted it, Kamara could also get a nice boost in FIFA 23

Rangers have also got some exciting youngsters who will not only be good for a Career Mode, but may also have great breakout seasons this year and really put a marker down. 

Rangers: Forwards

Ryan Kent – 77 (+1)

Tom Lawrence – 72 (+1)

Rabbi Matondo – 71 (+2)

Scott Wright – 68 (+1)

Aldfredo Morelos – 76 (-)

Kemar Roofe – 74 (-)

Fashion Sakala – 72 (-1)

Antonio Colak – 72 (-)

Rangers have some great players going forward and they proved it last year in the Europa League. They are also a lot of fun in FIFA too, which is a huge bonus for FIFA 23.

Morelos is their main man going forward, but he is always likely to get a red so can’t really be relied on. When he plays though, he is guaranteed goals. 

Going into the new season Rangers have also brought in Colak. Hopefully he will give Rangers a different kind of option going forward. 

The best player in this front line is Ryan Kent, he offers everything and is the talisman of this team, keeping hold of him is a huge plus. They also have some great youngsters coming through too, Welsh winger Matondo is a player to keep an eye on this season.

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