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Uruguay hit new high

Copa America winners Uruguay have moved up to fifth in the new FIFA World Rankings, their highest ever position and an improvement of 13 places from the last published list.

Uruguay 3-0 Paraguay

Spain, Netherlands and Germany remain unchanged in the top three places, while Copa America quarter-finalists Brazil have moved up once place to fourth.

Uruguay, who won a record 15th Copa America title with a 3-0 win over Paraguay on Sunday, were the only team to break into the top 10 with Mexico, despite their recent Gold Cup triumph, dropping out.

Both England and Italy drop two places to sixth and eighth respectively, with Portugal unmoved in seventh. Croatia and Argentina round out the top ten.

Republic of Ireland drop two places to 33rd while Scotland and Northern Ireland remain 61st and 62nd respectively with Wales moving up to 112th, two places higher than last month.

The latest list confirms speculation that France would drop into the second pot of teams in the draw for the 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign. Les Bleus' fall to 15th in the world means they are now potential opponents for the six other European teams in the top ten for the draw.

Norway (12th) and Greece (13th) will also be drawn from the first pot in Rio de Janeiro on Saturday night. Fifty-three European nations will be drawn in eight groups of six and one of five for the qualifying campaign.

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