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Martin O'Neill's Boys in Green have fallen in the ranking table despite recording a win and a draw in November, while Spain hold on to top spot

The Republic of Ireland have continued their descent in the Fifa ranking table, dropping to a new lowest ranking of 67.

Despite picking up a win against Latvia and drawing against Poland, Martin O'Neill's team have fallen seven places in the ranking table and now find themselves behind Libya, Senegal and Guinea.

Ireland were also overtaken by Cuba, who made a massive leap up the table, rising 27 places to 47th in the ranking.

Spain and Germany remain first and second in the table respectively, but England have dropped three places out of the top 10 to 13th position.

Northern Ireland, who suffered a 1-0 defeat against Turkey on November 15, remain unchanged at 90, but Wales have dropped 12 places to 56th. Scotland, however, climbed two places to 33rd.