The Caltex Socceroos have remained in 36th spot in the latest FIFA rankings released on Thursday.
With little international action over the last month, there wasn’t a lot of significant movement in the rankings, with the top 10 nations remaining unchanged.
Iran remains Asia's top-ranked team, moving up one spot to number 33 to sit just above the Caltex Socceroos.
Japan (55), Korea Republic (58) and China (68) were the next best of the AFC nations, all moving up slightly this month.
The Caltex Socceroos’ opponents at this year’s FIFA World Cup in Russia remain near the top of the rankings.
France sits inside the top 10 at ninth, with Peru two spots further back at 11 and Denmark are 12th, with no change from their ranking in January.
Australia’s opponents in March’s friendly Colombia remain in 13, while Norway has moved up two spots to 56th.
Elsewhere, world champions Germany held on to the top spot, ahead of Brazil, Portugal, Argentina and Belgium in the top five.
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