Wales jump ahead of England in Federation Internationale de Football Association world rankings to 13th

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The rankings really reflect how the a year ago has gone.

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

According to the September rankings unveiled by Federation Internationale de Football Association on Thursday, South Korea fell two spots to No. 51, having accumulated 659 points.

Uganda has remained the top ranked football team in Africa's eastern region in the latest rankings released by the sports' world governing body in Zurich, Switzerland on Thursday. A position formally occupied by Cameroon, who just like the Eagles, dropped in the rankings.

Germany regained top spot in the world ranking while Brazil, Portugal, Argentina, and Belgium are in the top five.

Cameroon, on the other hand, dropped 10 places in the world ranking to 45th and are ranked sixth in Africa.

The top seven-ranked teams now include Switzerland and Poland, while Peru and Wales could feature in Pot 2 alongside France and Spain, if they qualify.

India defeated Macau 2-0 away from home in the AFC Asian Cup qualifier before which they won a friendly Tri-Nation series against Mauritius and Saint Kitts and Nevis.

Iran and Japan who have already booked their 2018 World Cup berth rank 25th and 40th positions respectively.

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