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FIFA Rankings: Brazil extend lead at TOP, Spain drop to 7th, India drop to 106th, Check out the full rankings

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FIFA Rankings: Brazil FIFA Ranking- In the final change to the FIFA World Rankings before the World Cup starts next month, Brazil…

FIFA Rankings: Brazil FIFA Ranking- In the final change to FIFA’s world rankings before the World Cup starts next month, Brazil extended their lead at the top and Spain slipped below Italy. Follow FIFA World Rankings updates with InsideSport.IN

FIFA Rankings: Brazil extend lead at TOP, Spain drop to 7th, India drop to 106th, Check out the full rankings

Brazil, the only team to have appeared in every World Cup finals, will go into next month’s tournament in Qatar seeking a record sixth crown.

They will do so with a bigger lead at the top of the table after friendly wins over Ghana and Tunisia have increased the gap on second-placed Belgium, who lost to the Netherlands in the Nations League.

Brazil’s arch-rivals Argentina remained third, with world champions France fourth and Euro 2020 runners-up England fifth.

FIFA Rankings: Brazil extend lead at TOP, Spain drop to 7th, India drop to 106th, Check out the full rankings

Leader Brazil (unchanged)
Moves to top 10 None
Moves out of the top 10 None
Battles played in total 172
Most matches played Ghana (5)
Biggest move by points Azerbaijan (plus 19.55)
Biggest moves by locations Azerbaijan, Scotland (plus 5)
Biggest drop in points North Macedonia (minus 16.69)
Largest inquiry places Norway (minus 6)
New ranked team None
Teams that are no longer ranked None
Inactive teams that are no longer ranked None

There was good news for Italy, who failed to qualify for the World Cup finals again as they edged past Spain to sixth.

Other World Cup-bound teams that climbed up the rankings were Croatia, who rose three places to 12th, Iran, up two places to 20th, and Serbia, who rose to 21st.

FIFA Rankings: Brazil extend lead at TOP, Spain drop to 7th, India drop to 106th, Check out the full rankings

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