EA Sports have today released yet another batch of FIFA 19 player ratings, and these ones are sure to cause some debate.
The gaming giants have been steadily releasing the ratings for the top 100 players in the upcoming game, today revealing the players in 30-21 range.
The most notable name included in this group is a certain Mo Salah, the player who scored 44 goals last season for Liverpool and is considered by many to be amongst the favourites for the Ballon D'Or.
Salah's 88 overall rating leaves him as the 27th ranked player in the game, with names such as Paulo Dybala and Isco rated just above him at 89.
While Salah has received an upgrade from his 83-rated FIFA 18 card, many would argue that his exploits from last season should results in an even more pronounced increase in his in-game ability.
Indeed to suggest that there are currently 26 players who are better than the Egyptain in world football seems ridiculous, and surely will results in questions as to how EA Sports decides on player ratings.
Former-Liverpool player Phillipe Coutinho has also been handed an 88 0verall rating, while David Silva sits one above on 89.
FIFA 19 Player Ratings 30-21
30. PHILLIPE COUTINHO: 88 OVR
29. HUGO LLORIS: 88 OVR
28. MARCELO: 88 OVR
27. MOHAMED SALAH: 88 OVR
26. ISCO: 89 0VR
25. MARC-ANDRÉ TER STEGEN: 89 OVR
24. DAVID SILVA: 89 0VR
23. MATS HUMMELS: 89 0VR
22. EDINSON CAVANI: 89 OVR
21. PAULO DYBALA: 89 OVR
The top 20 players new will be announced in the coming days, with a number of massive names set to feature.
A number of Premier League players such as David De Gea, Kevin De Bruyne and Sergio Agüero will be amongst the group, while it will interesting to see how EA Sports handle the ever-present Messi v Ronaldo debate.