With the newest instalment of the FIFA series now on shelves, Colchester United supporters and gamers will be keen to find out the ratings of their players in the game.

After narrowly missing out on the League Two playoffs on the final day of last season, many U’s players have received upgrades since FIFA 19.

Here are the top five Colchester United players on FIFA 20.

1. Dean Gerken – GK – Rating: 67

Following his release by Ipswich Town, Gerken has made a return to the club where he started his professional career. Being a perennial understudy during his time at Portman Road has led to his rating dropping from a 68 to a 67, but he still comes in as the highest rated goalkeeper in League Two.

2. Harry Pell – CDM – Rating: 66

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After an impressive debut season in Essex, Pell has been rewarded with a two-point boost to his rating (from a 64 to a 66), with an upgrade from a bronze to silver. This rise makes him one of the division’s best central midfielders on this year’s game.

3. Frank Nouble – ST – Rating: 65

After joining the U’s last summer from Newport, Nouble enjoyed a solid start to life at his new club, netting nine goals, despite mainly operating from a starting spot on the wing.  Has received notable upgrades to his pace, passing and physical stats from last year.

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4. Tom Eastman – CB – Rating: 65

The long-serving defender produced another campaign of consistent performances in 2018/19, which was enough to earn him a rise to a 65 rating. Has gone up from a bronze card to a silver card since the last edition.

5. Ryan Jackson – RB – Rating: 65

Jackson’s dynamic displays from full-back have earnt him a significant boost to his shooting stats on the game. The former Gillingham man comes in at second in the ratings for right-backs in League Two.

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