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Uganda Drop In FIFA Rankings As Top 10 In Africa, World Revealed

Uganda has dropped by a place in the latest FIFA World Rankings released on Wednesday, April 7.

This, comes after the Cranes failed to qualify to Africa Cup of Nations in the concluded qualifiers last month.

Then, Uganda were held at home by Burkina Faso and needing a point to Malawi, they lost 1-0 in Blantyre to miss a ticket to AFCON in Cameroon due next year.

Per the new rankings, Uganda are now 84th, a place below lesser known Haiti, and are 17th on the African continent.

For their heroics, Malawi have moved eight places to 115th having improved by 8 ranking points to make a considerable progress.

Uganda’s opponents in the forthcoming World Cup Qualifiers, Kenya moved two places to 102, Rwanda rose four places to 129 while Mali dropped three places to 57th.

The biggest mover has been Guinea Bissau after climbing 11 places to 108 while Namibia rose 10 places to 111.

The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on 27 May 2021.

Top 10 World

  1. Belgium
  2. France
  3. Brazil
  4. England
  5. Portugal
  6. Spain
  7. Italy
  8. Argentina
  9. Uruguay
  10. Denmark

Top 10 Africa

  1. Senegal (22)
  2. Tunisia (26)
  3. Nigeria (32)
  4. Algeria (33)
  5. Morocco (34)
  6. Egypt (46)
  7. Ghana (49)
  8. Cameroon (55)
  9. Mali (57)
  10. Ivory Coast (59)
Brian Kawalya

Brian Kawalya

Chief Sports Writer
Brian Kawalya is an Award winning Journalist, Director and Chief Sports Writer of The-SportsNation, covering top events and breaking some of the biggest stories.
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