Super Eagles Of Nigeria remain 4th in Africa and 44th in the World with 1,427 points.
Senegal are now top in Africa with 1,505 points and 23rd placed in the world, Tunisia meanwhile drop to 2nd in Africa and 26th in the World.
Belgium and France remain top in the World with 1,727, respectively while Brazil are still third with 1,676 points.
Portugal (6th, up 1) were the team to profit from Uruguay’s slide down the table, while the Nations League successes of group winners Sweden and the Netherlands (joint-14th, up 3 and 1 respectively) are reflected in their improved positions.
The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on Dec. 20.
Africa Top 5 In Latest FIFA Rankings: