Nigeria Falls Six Places To Be Ranked 44th In The World

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These details were decided in Zurich by FIFA's competitions committee, which is chaired by UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin, and it would appear to suggest the proposed changes to the ranking system will not take effect until after the draw.

Algeria slips from 48th to 62nd in the World on the latest rankings.

The Eagles top Group B with 10 points, three points ahead of second-placed Zambia.

India have slipped out of the top 100 in Federation Internationale de Football Association rankings.

Bangladesh rank 196th, Sri Lanka in 198th position and followed by Pakistan in 200th position in this month's rankings.

Harambee Stars who were ranked 82 last month, now sit on position 88 in the world and 17 places below neighbors Uganda in the global index.

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Euro 2016 victor Portugal is up three places to third, above Argentina, while Belgium has jumped back into the top five off the back of a 9-0 win over Gibraltar and 2-1 victory in Greece.

Poland, Switzerland, France, South-American champions, Chile and Colombia make up the top ten.

Iran continued to be the top ranked nation in Asia although it dropped one spot to 25th.

New Zealand's dominance of Oceania World Cup qualifying has been reflected by a 10-place rise in the Federation Internationale de Football Association world rankings.

Tajikistan who defeated Nepal 2-1 in their away fixture during the AFC Asian Cup Qualifier 2019 moved to 140th position from 151th rank in the Federation Internationale de Football Association rankings.