Fifa's World Rankings for March 2017 were published on March 9 at FIFA HQ in Zurich, Switzerland.
The Fifa World Rankings are now published on Thursday and not Wednesday as before.
The full top ten is: Argentina, Brazil, Germany, Chile, Belgium, beaten Euro 2016 finalists, France, Colombia, Euro 2016 winners Portugal, Uruguay and Spain.
England are 14th, down one, behind Euro 2016 semi-finalists Wales and Poland in joint 12th. Egypt replace Iceland in 20th.
Senegal are the top African team in 28th place.
Asian Cup winners Australia are in 55th place; Japan are in 51st spot. Near neighbors South Korea are in 40th place.
The USA are in 30th. Wales are 12th. Scotland are in 67th position. The Republic of Ireland in 24th place, Northern Ireland are in 39th position.
19 Costa Rica
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