GERMANY remains on top of the FIFA world rankings after a busy month of international football fixtures.
The November 27 update comes after a scintillating round of qualifiers ahead of Euro 2016 and the African Cup of Nations as well as friendlies from across the globe.
Here’s a rundown of the top 25, followed by a look at the biggest movers and shakers since the previous update on Oct. 23,
This month’s update sees very little change to the top 10, with each of the highest six nations remaining intact. Wins over Armenia and Argentina push Portugal onto equal points with France in seventh, with former world champions Spain also moving up one spot to ninth.
Uruguay are the only side in the top 10 to drop, while England, Romania and the Czech Republic can be extremely happy with their push to make the elite.
No.(1) Germany, (2) Argentina, (3) Colombia, (4) Belgium, (5) Netherlands, (6) Brazil, (7)Portugal, (8) France, (9) Spain, (10) Uruguay. While Italy, Switzerland, England, Chile, Romania, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Algeria, Croatia and Mexico make the top 20 teams.
Trinidad and Tobago lead the Caribbean charge in the latest rankings at (49th), Antigua (70th), Haiti (93), St. Vincent and the Grenadines (105th), Cuba (112th), Jamaica (113th) and St.Kitts (115th), while St.Lucia in at (138th place) and is currently ahead of Grenada (145th), Barbados (146th), Curacao (147th), Guyana (152nd), Dominica (180th) and Bahamas (194th). US Virgin Islands (197th), Cayman Islands (201st) and Anguilla (207th).