Australia Climbs Three Places In Official Rankings
Australia has climbed three places to 56 in the official FIFA World (Men’s) Rankings released overnight. Victories over Iraq and Indonesia late last month saw Australia pick up 6 points and clim above Mali, China and Oman.
has climbed three places to 56 in the official FIFA World (Men-s) Rankings released overnight. Victories over Iraq and Indonesia late last month saw Australia pick up 6 points and climb above Mali, China and Oman.
Brazil still holds onto number one spot, while the Czech Republic continued its steady climb up the rankings by overtaking Argentina and France to be second. The Netherlands and England also climbed two spots to be 5th and 6th respectively, while Germany slipped to 20th, mainly because they are not playing any World Cup qualifiers.
Australia-s next opportunity to claim rankings points comes in June when it plays New Zealand in London and then followed by the Confederations Cup in Germany, with games against the hosts, Argentina and Tunisia.
In the FIFA Women-s Rankings, Australia is ranked 15th after the last update in March.
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