Kenya has jumped one place up in the latest Fifa world rankings to position 105 globally.
Harambee Stars dislodged St. Kitt and Navis, who dropped three places even though there was no change in the 317 points tally of the last ranking.
But Stanley Okumbi will be presented with a chance to move further up should he pick points against Comoros and the Central African Republic in the forthcoming friendly matches.
Stars’ opponents, CAR are 121 in the global standings with Comoros are lying a distant 132.
Neighbours Uganda stagnated at position 78 same as Stars’ next opponents in the September Africa Cup of Nations, Ghana, who are 54th globally.
There was no change in the top five globally with Germany, Brazil, Portugal, Argentina and Belgium occupying first five positions though Poland dislodged Spain from the sixth place.