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Highest rated League One XI on FIFA 19

Here is the highest rated League One XI on FIFA 19

Formation 4-1-2-1-2 –

GK – Jon McLaughlin, Sunderland (71) – The 30-year-old put pen to paper on a two-year deal with Sunderland and became Ross’ second summer signing, arriving with a wealth of experience within the Football League. Born in Edinburgh, the in-demand stopper enjoyed a standout 2017-18 campaign with Scottish Premiership outfit Heart of Midlothian, and this led to his international debut in May 2018.

RB – Chris Solly, Charlton (69) – The right-back has spent a decade at first-team level having come through the youth ranks at Charlton, making well over 250 appearances in the process. Solly has been a fans’ favourite over the years. The 27-year-old is well on course to hit the 300-match mark for the club in 2018/19.

CB – Patrick Bauer, Charlton (70) – The defender began his career at Stuttgart and has been part of his native German side at U17, U18 and U20 levels. Last season, he played  37 times, finding the net on three occasions, including the only goal in the opening-day victory over Bristol Rovers and a vital header in the 2-0 win away at Rotherham United.

CB – Jason Pearce, Charlton (71) – The commanding defender has had spells with AFC Bournemouth, gaining promotion from League Two, Portsmouth, Leeds United and title-winning Wigan in 2016, making over 450 senior appearances in his career. Pearce’s leadership qualities have shown once again, with Pearce being named club captain for the season, following Johnnie Jackson’s retirement.

LB – Bryan Oviedo, Sunderland (72) – Last season, Oviedo made 35 first team appearances this season in a personally pleasing campaign. The 27-year-old famously scored the goal which ended Everton’s 21-year wait for a win at Old Trafford in December 2013. A versatile left-sided player, Oviedo can operate both in defence and midfield.

CDM – Didier Ndong, Sunderland (74) – Didier Ndong signed for Sunderland for a fee of £16m from French side FC Lorient in August 2016. A right-footed central midfielder by trade, Ndong made his debut for the Gabon national team in 2012. Ndong made 37 appearances in all competitions for Sunderland in his first season in English football. He joined Watford on loan on January transfer deadline day 2018.

RM – Ducan Watmore, Sunderland (69) – The youngster joined Altrincham aged 15 and went on to make 29 appearances, scoring 14 goals, during the 2012-13 season. Following this, Sunderland secured the signature of the former Manchester United youth player. Unfortunately, successive long-term knee injuries have severely disrupted Watmore’s playing time over the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons.

LM – Aiden McGeady, Sunderland (73) – The 31-year-old contributed nine goals and eight assists while at Deepdale under Grayson’s stewardship, and that saw him named North End’s player of the year. Grayson brought him to Sunderland, McGeady’s first season at the club saw him score seven goals in 35 league appearances.

CAM – Marcus Maddison, Peterborough United (70) – Marcus Maddison signed for Peterborough United in the summer of 2014 from non-league side Gateshead. He is often described as the ‘assist king’, Marcus Maddison has made over 100 league appearances for Peterborough United and has scored 25 goals during that period of time, but he is a creator of goals too.

ST – Liam Boyce, Burton Albion (70) – Burton Albion secured Liam’s services for a club record fee from Ross County in 2017 following a prolific two-year spell in the SPL that saw him score 48 goals in 99 appearances. Last season, Boyce only scored three goals in total due to knee injury including a memorable header at Sunderland. This season, Boyce had scored four goals in six games.

ST – Igor Vetokele, Charlton (69)  – When he first arrived at Charlton in 2015, the striker hit the ground running, scooping the Championship Player of the Month award for August after netted five times in his first seven games for the club. 11 goals in 43 outings during his first campaign. Last season, he was loaned to Sint Truiden and scored 11 goals in 41 games for them. This season he has only had one start so far.

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