EA Sports has released the ratings of every Hyundai A-League players with the game set to be released in the coming weeks.

Four of the A-League's best have cracked the 75 overall rating mark meaning they will receive gold cards in FIFA Ultimate Team.

Perth Glory's Diego Castro, Western United's Alessandro Diamanti, and Melbourne Victory's Ola Toivonen all receive the award for highest rated A-League player with a 76 overall rating.

Glory's skipper has moved his rating up from 75 in FIFA 19 after his scintillating form helped Perth Glory gain the Premier's plate last season.

A-League new boys Western United will be happy with Diamanti's FIFA card, as he joins the team with a wealth of experience and will be an essential purchase for anyone wishing to build in A-League side in FUT.

Ola Toivonen has also improved on his 75 rating from FIFA 19, with his 13 goals scored for Victory in last seasons campaign giving him a 77 shooting stat. 

Milos Ninkovik wraps up the gold-rated A-League players with a 75 rating, a rating he has kept for the last three iterations of FIFA.

Chris Ikonomidis and Alex Wilkinson are the highest-rated Australian players in the A-League with overall ratings of 72.

Meanwhile, A-League new boys Pirmin Schwegler and Panagiotis Kone also crack the top 10 A-League player ratings.

Here are the top 50 rated A-League players in FIFA 20:

  • Ola Toivonen – Melbourne Victory, 76 overall
  • Diego Castro – Perth Glory, 76
  • Alessandro Diamanti – Western United FC, 76
  • Milos Ninkovic – Sydney FC, 75
  • Pirmin Schwegler – Western Sydney Wanderers, 74
  • Bruno Fornaroli – Perth Glory, 74
  • Chris Ikonomidis  - Perth Glory, 72
  • Panagiotis Kone – Western United FC, 72
  • Alex Wilkinson – Sydney FC, 72
  • Kosta Barbarouses – Sydney FC, 71
  • Robbie Kruse – Melbourne Victory, 71
  • Josh Risdon – Western United FC, 71
  • Brandon O’Neill – Sydney FC, 70
  • Tommy Oar – Central Coast Mariners, 70
  • Rhyan Grant – Sydney FC, 70
  • Filip Kurto – Western United FC, 70
  • Wes Hoolahan – Newcastle Jets, 70
  • Alexander Baumjohann – Sydney FC, 70
  • Kim Eun Sun – Central Coast Mariners, 70
  • Adam Le Fondre - Sydney FC, 70
  • Tim Hoogland – Melbourne Victory, 70
  • Lawrence Thomas – Melbourne Victory, 70
  • Richard Windbichler – Melbourne City, 70
  • Steven Taylor – Wellington Phoenix, 69
  • Jamie Young – Brisbane Roar, 69
  • Jamie Maclaren – Melbourne City, 69
  • Ulises Davila – Wellington Phoenix, 69
  • Dimitri Petratos – Newcastle Jets, 69
  • Patrick Ziegler – Western Sydney Wanderers, 68
  • Mirko Boland – Adelaide United, 68
  • Andrew Nabbout – Melbourne Victory, 68
  • Tomi Mrcela – Perth Glory, 68
  • Luke Brattan – Sydney FC, 68
  • Neil Kilkenny – Perth Glory, 68
  • Joshua Brillante – Melbourne City, 68
  • Radoslaw Majewski – Western Sydney Wanderers, 68
  • Michael Zullo – Sydney FC, 68
  • Florin Berenguer – Melbourne City, 67
  • Ivan Franjic – Perth Glory, 67
  • Riley McGree – Adelaide United, 67
  • Ben Halloran – Adelaide United, 67
  • Juande – Perth Glory, 67
  • Paul Izzo – Adelaide United, 67
  • Scott McDonald – Western United FC, 67
  • Michael Jakobsen – Adelaide United, 67
  • Scott Jamieson – Melbourne City, 67
  • Connor Chapman – Western United FC, 67
  • Leigh Broxham – Melbourne Victory, 67
  • Thomas Deng – Melbourne Victory, 67
  • Liberato Cacace – Wellington Phoenix, 67
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