Goalless draw against Austria in the UEFA Nations League and 1-0 loss to Spain in a friendly match resulted in Bosnia and Herzegovina dropping four ranking points and sliding down the table to No. 34.

There was little change in the Top 10, as Belgium retained pole despite losing to Switzerland. France and Brazil remain the closest chasers, with Croatia, England, Portugal, Uruguay, Switzerland, Spain and Denmark completing the Top 10.

Serbia has climbed up six places to 29th, Montenegro dropped down five places to 44th, while the ranking of Slovenia (62nd) and Macedonia (68th) remained unchanged. Kosovo has overtaken Latvia, Andorra and Lithuania to climb up to 131st in the FIFA World Ranking.   

The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on December 20.


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