Movements inside FIFA’s World Rankings 2010

Soccer News by on 05-1-2010 filed under FIFA World Cup

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FIFA World Rankings May 2010 & DungaAlthough during the month of April 2010 there were no official games, we witnessed movements insids FIFA’s World Rankings. According to FIFA changes are the result of the “devaluation of past matches”. Most significant change was that of Brazil outsing Spain for first place. Spain has been topping the list for a straight five month stint.

England dropped from third to eight, whilst the third position is now occupied by Portugal. Other changes include Holland’s rise to fourth, Italy to fifth, Germany sixth, Argentina seventh and Croatia gained the 9th place. In 10th place we find France, a nation which still have to rediscover their form after a dodgy qualifying campaign.

Here’s a list of the top 20 FIFA World Rankings for end of April 2010

  1. Brazil
  2. Spain
  3. Portugal
  4. Netherlands
  5. Italy
  6. Germany
  7. Argentina
  8. England
  9. Croatia
  10. France
  11. Russia
  12. Greece
  13. Egypt
  14. USA
  15. Chile
  16. Serbia
  17. Mexico
  18. Uruguay
  19. Cameroon
  20. Nigeria

For more details and latest positions for all 202 nations listed in the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings, visit  http://www.fifa.com/worldfootball/ranking/lastranking/gender=m/fullranking.html

Bookmakers have long been speculating who are the most probable winners for this year’s World Cup in Africa and their rankings are somehow different than those of FIFA. England, for example is still highly favourite and is usually rated as the third most likely team to win the cup.





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