It's that time of year again.
As summer makes way for autumn and the MLS season enters its final stretch, EA Sports is set to release the latest edition of its wildly popular FIFA series with FIFA 19 set to hit stores on September 28. And with its release comes the raging debate that ensues upon the rankings reveal for each player throughout world football: Who's too high? Who got snubbed?
EA Sports have unveiled their top 30 MLS players with some familiar faces making their way into the upper echelon. Check out how your Reds stack up with the rest of the league.
#18: Jozy Altidore - 77
Altidore is a force to be reckoned with on the pitch, and his FIFA 19 counterpart reflects as much. His 86 physicality rating makes him a handful for defenders and menace up top.
#15: Victor Vazquez - 77
The Spaniard's creative spark can be a vital asset for any FIFA player. The 2017 Best XI midfielder boasts a 79 passing rating along with 81 vision and 82 short passing, making him one of the top #10's in MLS.
#14: Michael Bradley - 77
The captain remains one of the top American players in the game with a well-balanced skillset. Bradley is adaptable in most midfield setups as a box-to-box midfielder with his 90 stamina or a deep-lying play maker sitting in front of the defence.
#3: Sebastian Giovinco - 82
Simply put, the Atomic Ant is a must-have in your Ultimate Team squad. With his 94 agility and 87 dribbling rating, Giovinco is a handful on the ball and can beat you with flair with his four-star skill moves. His 88 acceleration along with his short stature make him nearly impossible to stop out on the run. And with a 93 free kick rating, you won't want to concede any fouls near the area with this set piece specialist lurking.