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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Argentina and Brazil continue to lead FIFA rankings, England fall

Marquinhos and Lionel Messi in action during a match between Argentina and Brazil as part of FIFA 2018 World Cup qualifier.
The FIFA rankings are led by Argentina and Brazil.

Argentina and Brazil continue to lead an unchanged top 10 in the FIFA rankings, but England have dropped to 14th place.

World champions Germany, Copa America winners Chile and Belgium complete the top five ahead of World Cup qualifying matches this month.

Poland has risen to its best-ever spot at No. 12, tied with Wales. Meanwhile, England drop a place to 14th.

There are 26 European teams in the top 48. FIFA talks this month are set to allocate UEFA 16 places when the 2026 World Cup expands to 48 teams.

Mexico lead the CONCACAF nations at No. 17, while the United States dropped one to No. 30.

Egypt jumped three places to reach 20th, their best ever and currently Africa's highest ranking, while Burkina Faso, who are 36th, occupy their highest ever spot and make the biggest points jump.

The Asian confederation is led by No. 33 Iran, down four from last month.

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