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England's World Cup campaign has seen them climb to sixth place in the FIFA rankings with Germany tumbling from the top to a lowly 15th.
Gareth Southgate's side have jumped six places after England ended a 28-year wait for a World Cup semi-final appearance in Russia last month.
England beat Colombia and Sweden in the knockout stages before losing to Croatia in the last four.
France have risen seven places to top spot after winning the World Cup for the second time, under Didier Deschamps.
Belgium move up to second after making the last four in Russia and Brazil drop one place to third.
Argentina drop six places to 11th but the biggest losers are 2014 world champions Germany.
Joachim Low's side have slumped 14 places after losing to Mexico and South Korea in Russia and failing to make the knockout stages of the tournament.
Wales have fallen one position to 19th, with Northern Ireland up two places to 27th. The Republic of Ireland and Scotland also went up two spots to 29th and 40th respectively.
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Burnley remain without a number of players for Thursday's Europa League third qualifying round second leg against Istanbul Basaksehir.
Robbie Brady, Steven Defour and Matej Vydra will not be able to feature in the return leg, nor will Nick Pope, Tom Heaton and Anders Lindegaard.
Joe Hart is set to start his third straight Burnley match, while Chris Wood returned from an infected insect bite at Saints. Nahki Wells is not on UEFA's list of players registered for the game.
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