Super Eagles maintain spot in Federation Internationale de Football Association ranking

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With less than 28 days to the FIFA World Cup, the Super Eagles' of Nigeria are still the 47th best-ranked nation for the month of May, AOIFootball.com reports.

Bafana Bafana stay 15th on the African continent with little movement around them‚ but the upcoming COSAFA Cup tournament in the Limpopo province is an opportunity to score points.

The Eagles' 2018 World Cup Group D opponents all maintain their previous spots.

Four of the top five African ranked teams have qualified for Russian Federation 2018 with Tunisia retaining their top spot, followed by Senegal, DR Congo, Morocco and Egypt.

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Gernot Rohr's side was ranked in the same 47th globally and sixth in Africa when the last list was released and they still maintained the same position in the latest ranking.

Germany, Brazil and Belgium were on the top three positions, while Super Eagles world cup foes Argentina, Croatia and Iceland were on fifth, 18th and 22nd positions.

Kuwait emerged the highest movers, climbing up 16 places to emerge the 160th placed team on the rankings, while Palestine were the worst movers dropping 13 places to 96th.

NAIJ.com previously reported that in the April edition of the Federation Internationale de Football Association ranking, Nigeria Super Eagles have been named the 47th best team in the world by the governing body.

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