Belgium remain atop the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking, following the nation’s ten consecutive wins and 17 victories in the last 20 matches played.

Disappointing UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying campaign and the fourth place in the qualifying Group J - behind Italy, Finland and Greece - resulted in Bosnia and Herzegovina sliding down the table to No. 49.

This is Bosnia’s worst ranking since 2011, when the country’s national team briefly occupied 56th position in the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking - right before the successful 2014 World Cup campaign saw Bosnia climb all the way up to highest-ever 13th place.

There was little change in the Top 10, as Belgium retained pole, with France, Brazil, England and Uruguay remaining the closest chasers. Croatia climbed one place to No. 6, while Portugal, Spain, Argentina and Colombia complete the Top 10.

Serbia climbed up four places to 29th, while Montenegro and Slovenia are now tied 64th.

Bosnia and Herzegovina can still qualify for the 2020 UEFA European Football Championship through the UEFA Nations League play-offs.

Our semi-final opponents, Northern Ireland, are currently ranked 36th in the world, while possible opponents in the final, Slovakia and the Republic of Ireland, are ranked 32nd and 34th, respectively.

The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on December 19.