England have moved up one place to fourth in the latest FIFA world rankings after two back to back victories in their European Qualifier games.
Thumping victories over Czech Republic and Montenegro in March have moved England above World Cup finalists Croatia into fourth, with the Three Lions scoring ten goals in their two games of 2019 so far.
Belgium retained top spot ahead of world champions France and five-time world champions Brazil, who are third. Wales have hang on to 19th spot after wins against Trinidad & Tobago and Slovakia, while the Republic of Ireland have moved up five places to 29th after their back-to-back victories against Gibraltar and Georgia. Northern Ireland are also up three places to 33rd following victories over Estonia and Belarus.
Next up for England will be their UEFA Nations League semi-final when they take on the Netherlands on June 6 in Portugal for the inaugural run out of the tournament.
In other England news, Harry Kane has said he’ll walk England off the pitch if his teammates face more racism.