Egypt down 2 spots, Tunisia up 9 spots in Federation Internationale de Football Association world rankings


Mexico remains the highest-ranked CONCACAF nation in 16th, while England moves up three places to 13th.

The 4 Nations win though comes as little compensation for Baxter's men since failing dismally to qualify for the 2018 Soccer World Cup in Russia, Bafana made the move as the rankings are calculated over a rolling four-year period.

Canada, which defeated New Zealand 1-0 in a friendly last month in Spain with new coach John Herdman at the helm, rose 10 places in the Federation Internationale de Football Association rankings to No. 80.

Kyrgyz Republic (75th, up 40) stole the show on the world's most populous continent last month, qualifying for their inaugural Asian Cup after defeating Myanmar and leaping up the ranking as a result.

Tunisia and Uruguay were among the big movers as they entered the top 20 while the matches in Asia helped Oman, Chinese Taipei and Philippines improve their rankings. Spain, who beat Argentina 6-1, fell two to No 8 and Russian Federation fell three to No 66.

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In Africa, Tunisia is the top-most ranked team after garnering 1012 points and climbing 9 places in the table. The draw for the continental competition will take place on May at Dubai.

According to FIFA, Nepal have moved three positions up to 162nd from 165th positions in this month's world wide ranking with 111 points.

Argentina also dropped to fifth place.

While there were no changes in the top two positions, with Germany staying at the top of the rankings ahead of Brazil, Belgium climbed onto the podium into third spot.