Uganda remains top in CECAFA Zone in latest FIFA rankings

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Uganda remains 92nd in the latest FIFA rankings released on Thursday, 4th April just like it was in the February rankings.

Uganda was again placed 92nd in the World with 124.15 points, 19th in Africa and remain top spot in the Council of East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA) Zone.

In the previous month, Uganda had two friendly games which included a 4-0 loss to Comoros and a 2-2 draw with Ghana.

Kenya climbed up four places and are 107 in the World and second in the CECAFA region.

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Tanzania and Sudan sit third and fourth respectively in the CECAFA Zone and remain static in the FIFA rankings at 119th and 127th respectively.

Morocco remains the top African team in the FIFA rankings, followed by Senegal, Nigeria, Egypt, Cote d’Ivoire, Tunisia, Algeria, and Mali.

In the World Morocco slipped one place to 13th, Nigeria dropping two spots to 30th, and Africa Cup of Nations champions Côte d’Ivoire climbing one place to 38th.

World Champions Argentina still remain top spot, followed by France in second place, while Belgium are third position with England fourth.

Five time World Champions Brazil are fifth with Portugal climbing one spot to sixth.

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The Netherlands slipped to seventh place, while Spain, Italy, and Croatia are eighth, ninth, and tenth respectively.

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