Kenya had dropped three places in the April ranking following poor performances
Kenya have jumped two places up in the latest Fifa World rankings.
After a busy season last April, Harambee Stars moved two places up to position 111 in the global stage.
Kenya had dropped three places in the April ranking following poor performances against lowly ranked Comoros and the Central African Republic.
Kenya’s next opponent in the Africa Cup of Nations Qualifier Ghana, moved a place up while Uganda remains the top-most East African country at position 74 in the world.
There were no changes at the world's top 40 with Germany, Brazil and Belgium still clinging to the top three positions with barely a month to the Fifa World Cup kickoff in Russia.