Flames Drop 5 Places on Fifa Rankings

Flames in their last home match on 15th November against Mali

The Flames have dropped five places on the latest Fifa rankings released today and are now on position 93  in the World.
The team is now 26th in Africa from 25 and fifth in the Cosafa region from fourth position behind South Africa, Zambia, Angola and Mozambique.
The Young Chimodzi coached side last played on 19th November 2014 against Ethiopia away in Addis Ababa  in a 0-0 draw 2015 Afcon qualifier.
The team is expected to play an international friendly match against a yet to be identified opponent during the Fifa international week between March 23 and 31  2015.
CAF Africa Cup of Nations have accounted for movement aplenty on February’s FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking, despite the top ten remaining unchanged.

Côte d’Ivoire (20th, up 8) edged Ghana (25th, up 12) on penalties in the latter’s final, while its losing semi-finalists, Congo DR (46th, up 11) and hosts Equatorial Guinea (49th, up 69), have made huge climbs to reach the top 50 for the first time since the introduction of the global ladder. Congo (49th, up 12) have also profited from their performances in the tournament to ascend 12 spots.

Leader  Germany (unchanged) 
Moves into top ten  none 
Moves out of top ten  none 
Matches played in total  76 
Most matches played  Côte d’Ivoire, Congo DR (7 games each) 
Biggest move by points  Equatorial Guinea (up 370 points) 
Biggest move by ranks  Equatorial Guinea (up 69 ranks) 
Biggest drop by points  Libya (down 156 points) 
Biggest drop by ranks  Libya (down 35 ranks)


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