Russia, 2018 semi-finalists Belgium and reigning World Champions, France are joint leaders in the Fifa Rankings, the first time the top spot is being shared in the table’s 25-year history.
Brazil, Croatia and Uruguay round up the top five in the latest FIFA ranking. While England, Portugal, Switzerland, Spain and Denmark are sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth and 10th respectively.
The Super Eagles of Nigeria defeated Seychelles 3-0 on September 8 to put themselves back in contention for a place at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON).
This has improved Nigeria’s position from 6th to the 5th best team in Africa.
Seychelles dropped one spot from 188th to 189th in the Fifa Rankings, while Libya, who are to face Nigeria in their next group game of the AFCON qualifier next month are placed 99th in the rankings.
Tunisia becomes number 1 in Africa followed by Senegal and Congo DR being 2nd and 3rd respectively, while Nigeria moved just a spot up to become 5th in Africa with 1410 points.
The next FIFA World Ranking will be published on October 25th