Kenya cracked the top 100 once again in the latest Fifa World rankings despite an inactive period since the last rankings were released in January.
The Harambee Stars moved up two places in the world to position 99 from 101 in January. Bobby Williamson’s side haven’t played any match since being bundled out of the Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup early December 2015.
Kenya are ranked 24th in Africa and third in the East Africa region behind Rwanda who gained six places to 85 in the world and Uganda who lost eight places to position 70.
Ivory Coast remain the best ranked African side despite dropping nine places to settle at position 28 in the world. Cape Verde are the second best African side after moving up six spots to 33rd in the world, followed by Algeria (36), Ghana (41) and Senegal (45). Tunisia (48), Congo (54), Egypt (55), Congo DR (57) and Guinea (61) close the top 10 in the continent.
There were no changes in the top 10 with Belgium, Argentina, Spain, Germany and Chile in the top five, followed by Brazil, Portugal, Colombia, England and Austria.
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