We're getting to grips with the new game, and have all the ratings out, so it's time to assess who's the best.
There are some real top-quality left-wingers this year, so read on to find out all you need to know.
Neymar (OVR 91)
He still has great pace and insane dribbling ability, with 5* skill moves and weak foot making him a player favourite.
Beware, FUT players, he's not going away any time soon!
Sadio Mane (OVR 89)
Sadio Mane took a slight rating hit, going down from his previous 90 OVR.
A casualty from Liverpool not meeting their high expectations last season, Mane is still frighteningly quick, meaning he will once again see a lot of play in the game.
Heung Min Son (OVR 89)
He didn't do enough to reach 90 OVR, but his top performances see his rating boosted by +2.
Raheem Sterling (OVR 88)
Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling found himself out of favour at club level towards the end of last season but proved doubters wrong with impressive displays that helped England to the Euro 2020 final.
He still isn't starting week in week out for City, something that may be expected under Pep Guardiola, but if he isn't getting constant game time he may see his high overall rating start to slip.
Lorenzo Insigne (OVR 86)
Lorenzo Insigne was in hot form last season, scoring 19 and assisting 11 for Napoli.
He was a key figure for Italy as they won Euro 2020, and popping up with two goals will have helped cement his +1 increase.
He isn't as reliant on pace compared to other wingers, with top dribbling and passing ability, but he still has a great turn of speed.
Kingsley Coman (OVR 86)
Kingsley Coman received a huge 86 OVR on FIFA 22, meaning the pace merchant will be more popular than ever.
Marcus Rashford (OVR 85)
Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford didn't set the league alight last season, but he is still one of the world's most exciting talents.
Staying as an 85 OVR seems fair for the England superstar.
Oyarzabal (OVR 85)
Oyarzabal has hit double figures in goals and assists for the past two seasons at Real Sociedad and is rewarded with an increase in rating.
Another winger that isn't reliant on pace, he is very skilled in the attacking third at creating for others and taking the chances himself.
Eden Hazard (OVR 85)
Another injury-struck season means Real Madrid still hasn't seen the best of what Eden Hazard has to offer.
He hasn't managed a full 90 minutes in La Liga for coming on two years.
Everyone knows how good this guy can be, be he can't keep hold of his previous high ratings.
Jack Grealish (OVR 84)
Jack Grealish's season was hampered by injury, but he still impressed enough to warrant a major upgrade of +4.
He became the most expensive transfer of the summer, with Manchester City paying a whopping £100 million for the Aston Villa skipper.
It's clear why Pep was willing to spend so much on him, as Grealish has started every Premier League game so far this season, avoiding the usual rotation from the manager.
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