England have climbed three places in the FIFA World Rankings, leap-frogging Greece, USA and Chile. It comes as a result of their narrow 1-0 win over Denmark earlier this month.
Spain remain at the top of the world rankings, with the top five remain unchanged and Germany, Argentina, Portugal and Colombia all holding onto their positions.
Belgium have moved into the top 10 for the first time since October at the expense of the Netherlands, who lost to France last week
Scotland have dropped three places despite beating Poland 1-0, while Wales' win over Iceland sees them sneak into the top 50.
Egypt have climbed 12 places and occupy 26th place as the third-highest African side behind Ivory Coast and Algeria.
The biggest movers however were Myanmar, who dropped 43 places to 173rd. San Marino remain joint bottom.
Here are the top 20:
To see the full FIFA rankings table, click here.
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