In the ranking, Belgium retains the number one spot and is followed by Brazil, France, Argentina, England, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, and the Netherlands.
According to FIFA, the ranking was based on the below benchmark
“The points which are added or subtracted are partially determined by the relative strength of the two opponents, including the logical expectation that teams higher in the ranking should fare better against teams lower in the ranking,” FIFA said.
Super Eagles were ranked in the 23rd position on the log and just Senegal and Morocco were among the topmost Africa Countries in the rank.
Super Eagles will jostle for a world cup spot when they play against the Black Stars of Ghana next month in a double tie encounter.