Nigeria remains unchanged in the most recent FIFA rankings discharged Thursday on the official platform of the world football supervising body as Coronavirus continues to prohibit exercises from being worn around the world.
Meanwhile, the Super Eagles despite everything involve the 31st situation on the planet and are third in Africa, same as the past release.
The lone change sees South Sudan move into a joint-168th situation with Bermuda after the last drop a positioning point on account of a 2-0 annihilation in Jamaica (48th, unaltered) on 11 March.
Senegal remains the best group in Africa and twentieth on the planet, while Tunisia involves the 27th position.
Algeria (35th) and Morocco (43rd) complete the main five in Africa. All-inclusive, Belgium remains the most elevated positioned nation on the planet.
France is in the subsequent spot, while Brazil, England, and Uruguay make up the main five.
The following FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be distributed on 11 June 2020.