Kenya jump two places up in latest Fifa World rankings

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Tanzania also moved four places up to position 136 following their victory over Cape Verde

Kenya's Harambee Stars have jumped two places up in the latest Fifa world rankings.

Kenya now occupies position 105 globally after a good month that saw them pick four points from Ethiopia in the ongoing Afcon qualifiers. Sebastien Migne men forced a 0-0 draw away before hammering Walya Antelopes 3-0 at home.

Uganda, who also beat Lesotho 3-0 at home before picking another 2-0 win away, moved four places up to retain their status as the highest ranked team in the region, at position 79.

Tanzania also moved four places up to position 136 following their victory over Cape Verde. Belgium retained the top position globally, followed by France, Brazil, Croatia with England completes the top five.

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