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FIFA Rankings: Macedonia moves up 13 places

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FIFAFIFAMacedonia jumped up 13 places and are now 99th world football power, according to the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola world ranking list.

54 new points brought Macedonia a jump of 13 places and are now back to the Top 100 teams. The October ranking list has Macedonia on the 99th place. The win against Luxembourg and defeat against Ukraine were taken into consideration for this edition of the global ladder.

Macedonia is now in the company of Cyprus, Mozambique, Saudi Arabia, Latvia, Zimbabwe...

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94. Australia Australia 359
95. Rwanda Rwanda 356
96. Cyprus Cyprus 348
97. Mozambique Mozambique 341
97. Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia 341
99. Macedonia Macedonia 340
99. Latvia Latvia 340
101. Zimbabwe Zimbabwe 330
102. Botswana Botswana 323
103. Bolivia Bolivia 310
104. Bahrain Bahrain 308
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Top 10 in FIFA World Rankings for October 2014:

1. Germany Germany 1669
2. Argentina Argentina 1565
3. Colombia Colombia 1420
4. Belgium Belgium 1388
5. Netherlands Netherlands 1375
6. Brazil Brazil 1307
7. France France 1191
8. Uruguay Uruguay 1184
9. Portugal Portugal 1175
10. Spain Spain 1119

FIFA Rankings for the Balkan countries (actual ranking in brackets):

1. (14.) Croatia Croatia 1002
2. (18.) Greece Greece 946
3. (21.) Romania Romania 876
4. (26.) Bosnia-Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina 837
5. (36.) Slovenia Slovenia 683
6. (46.) Turkey Turkey 614
6. (46.) Serbia Serbia 614
8. (47.) Albania Albania 604
9. (59.) Bulgaria Bulgaria 532
10. (64.) Montenegro Montenegro 504
11. (99.) Macedonia Macedonia 340

FIFA Rankings for Group C for EURO 2016 qualifying (actual ranking in brackets):

1. (10.) Spain Spain 1119
2. (19.) Ukraine Ukraine 920
3. (24.) Slovakia Slovakia 861
4. (99.) Macedonia Macedonia 340
5. (106.) Belarus Belarus 301
6. (126.) Luxembourg Luxembourg 233

The next rankings will be published on 27 November.

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