FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking

FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking

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Belgium stay top, Palestine make gains 

Palestine celebrate scoring a goal
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With few matches having been played on the international front so far this year, there is little movement in the first FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking of 2020.

Indeed, with just 15 friendlies taking place since the last Ranking update in December特级做人爱c级日本 – including two games in late 2019 – the top 20 remain unchanged, with Belgium, France and Brazil still making up the top three.

Some minor movement in the top 50 sees Wales (23rd, down 1) and Paraguay (41st, down 1) each fall down a spot, while Ghana (46th, up 1) rise ever so slightly.

特级做人爱c级日本Palestine (103rd, up 3) are the first biggest climbers of 2020. The AFC side’s success in January’s Bangabandhu Cup sees them leapfrog Estonia, Trinidad and Tobago, Mozambique and Kenya as they secured the biggest move by points and rank.

Beaten Bangabandhu Cup finalists Burundi (149, up 2), who like Palestine contested four matches in January, move into the top 150.

特级做人爱c级日本Elsewhere, Aruba (200, up 1) and Pakistan (200, up 1) managed to improve on their respective positions amidst a rather quiet month in international football.

The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on 9 April 2020.

Belgium (unchanged)
Moves into top 10
Moves out of top 10
Matches played in total
15 (2 from 2019)
Most matches played
Burundi, Palestine (4 games each)
Biggest move by points
Palestine (plus 5 points)
Biggest move by ranks
Palestine (plus 3 ranks)
Biggest drop by points
Costa Rica, Japan, Mauritius, Sri Lanka (minus 3 points each)
Biggest drop by ranks
Hong Kong, Seychelles (minus 2 ranks each)
Newly ranked teams
Teams no longer ranked
Inactive teams, not ranked
Cook Islands

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