EA Sports' countdown of the best 100 players on FIFA 18 has continued with the unveiling of the stars ranked 20-11 on Sunday.
After releasing the list of players ranked 30-21 on Saturday, the ratings have continued to advance towards the very best players on the planet with the reveal of the likes of Sergio Aguero and Gareth Bale in the top 20.
EA will continue to release the top 100 in the coming days, leading up to the announcement of the world's most popular football game's top star.
Below is the full rundown of the players ranked between 20-11 and their stats as they will be seen on Ultimate Team when FIFA 18 hits the shelves on September 29.
20. ANTOINE GRIEZMANN | Atletico Madrid
The Frenchman remains on the same rating as 2017 after another strong year at Atletico.
19. THIBAUT COURTOIS | Chelsea
Courtois is one of three goalkeepers in the latest batch of ratings as the Chelsea man continues to enhance his reputation.
18. SERGIO AGUERO | Manchester City
Another man who retains the overall rating he sported in FIFA 17 as Kun stays on 89.
17. GARETH BALE | Real Madrid
Bale has had his problems with injury in recent seasons, perhaps explaining why he drops one point to 89 for this latest edition.
16. GIORGIO CHIELLINI | Juventus
Always a rock for Juve, Chiellini's consistency is rewarded with a one-point boost in FIFA 18.
15.KEVIN DE BRUYNE | Manchester City
De Bruyne is another upward mover, improving on the 88 score given to him last time round.
14.ALEXIS SANCHEZ | ARSENAL
Alexis might not be the happiest man at Arsenal right now, but at least he has a one-point boost on his FIFA score to celebrate this week.
13. GIANLUIGI BUFFON | Juventus
The Italy and Juventus legend only seems to get better with age, and those in charge at EA Sports agree as they boost his score by a point.
12. LUKA MODRIC | Real Madrid
No movement for Madrid's influential Croatian as he sits just outside the top 10.
11. DAVID DE GEA | Manchester United
De Gea was outstanding for United last season, and deservedly holds on to his 90 rating to cement his position as one of the world's - and FIFA's - elite keepers.