(Based on last 100 matches played)

How well a player attacking can assess a situation and then move off the ball, making themselves available to receive a pass in dangerous positions.

Includes the player’s ability to put the ball in the back of the net when presented with a chance. A high attacking rating will put a shot on target more times than not, but compared to players with poorer ratings will find the places where the goalkeeper can’t save it. This is purely the attacking ability of the player when moving into an attacking position.

DEF Nathan Wood 🆔
DEF George Friend 42%
DEF Daniel Ayala 38%
DEF Dael Fry 38%
DEF Ryan Shotton 38%
DEF Aden Flint 39%
DEF Sam McQueen 🆔
MID Lewis Wing 61%
MID Marcus Tavernier 🆔
MID John Obi Mikel 52%
MID Adam Clayton 48%
MID Paddy McNair 54%
MID Jonny Howson 55%
MID Mo Besic 53%
MID George Saville 51%
MID Rajiv Van La Parra 56%
MID Stewart Downing 64% ⭐
ATT Britt Assombalonga 63%
ATT Jordan Hugill 64%
ATT Ashley Fletcher 60%
ATT Rudy Gestede 60%

🆔 = Insufficient data to generate a fair rating in context.

Individual attribute Boroform ratings, 66% would be the average expected for the players position. For example, Jordan Hugill would be expected to have an attacking rating of 66% or more, whereas his defensive rating would be around half of that. Below 33% for an individual attribute would be a significant weakness, above 70% can be considered a strength.


Our exclusive club and player ratings based on match statistics.


Based on tackling, clearances, blocks and defensive aerials.


Based on goals, aerial threat, shots on and off target.


Based on assists, passing, chances created and crossing.


Based on average positioning, interceptions and accurate passes.


Based on dribble success, key passes and through balls


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