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FIFA Rankings: Croatia Moves Up To 9th

Croatia’s 4-0 thumping over South Korea last week has earned them a one place rise to 9th on the latest FIFA rankings. Croatia are ranked ahead of some of the giants of the game, including Brazil (18) and France (17).

Serbia, Croatia’s next opponents in the World Cup qualifiers, were in 36th place with fellow group members Belgium in 20th, Scotland in 64th, Wales in 68th and Macedonia in 78th place.

FIFA Rankings:

1. Spain
2. Germany
3. Argentina
4. England
5. Italy
6. Columbia
6. Portugal
8. Holland
9. Croatia
10. Russia

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