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Friday, June 3, 2011

FIFA Ranking: June 2011 probable ranking (II)

Next update: June 10th, 2011.

Probable results computed using the Elo Ratings. See the list of results used for this ranking.

Based on these probable results...

Montenegro (up 15 places) replace Uruguay in the top 10 and overtake Argentina to claim 9th place. Lots of changes in the top 10. Germany up to 3rd, England 4th, Brazil 5th, Argentina 10th.

Central African Republic to be best climber - 25 places. New Zealand to drop 36 places.

Probable June 2011 rank - Team - Probable June 2011 points - +/- Ranking - +/- Points


1 Spain 1871 0 14
2 Netherlands 1688 0 -14
3 Germany 1417 1 4
4 England 1243 2 80
5 Brazil 1130 -2 -295
6 Italy 1104 3 85
7 Portugal 1046 1 -6
8 Croatia 1033 2 42
9 Montenegro 1011 15 191
10 Argentina 1007 -5 -260
11 Norway 972 0 -15
12 Greece 959 0 -26
12 Mexico 959 16 157
14 Japan 949 0 -12
15 Russia 940 3 44
16 France 932 3 49
17 Côte d'Ivoire 922 4 55
18 USA 887 4 32
19 Sweden 884 9 82
20 Uruguay 876 -13 -218
21 Denmark 857 6 49
22 Australia 852 -2 -24
23 Slovenia 833 -6 -70
24 Turkey 820 6 25
25 Korea Republic 787 6 33
26 Egypt 785 10 109
27 Chile 782 -14 -185
27 Serbia 782 -11 -125
29 Slovakia 779 -3 -30
30 Paraguay 756 -7 -91
31 Ghana 735 -16 -183
32 Switzerland 724 -7 -95
33 Republic of Ireland 708 1 27
34 Israel 703 -1 -6
35 Belgium 691 2 37
36 Nigeria 673 3 36
37 Cameroon 669 12 97
38 Burkina Faso 661 6 61
39 Czech Republic 653 -7 -69
40 Honduras 651 3 48
41 Bosnia-Herzegovina 642 4 48
42 Ukraine 636 -7 -42
43 Jamaica 624 12 78
44 Hungary 603 8 44
45 Costa Rica 601 11 60
46 Belarus 594 7 37
47 Colombia 583 3 19
47 Peru 583 7 35
49 Iran 578 -1 3
50 Algeria 575 -9 -34
51 Romania 571 -9 -36
52 Lithuania 568 -5 -9
53 Gabon 553 6 24
53 South Africa 553 -15 -100
55 Bulgaria 550 -9 -42
56 Georgia 530 1 -6
56 Libya 530 2 -4
58 Tunisia 527 3 0
59 Albania 524 -9 -40
60 Senegal 521 -20 -92
61 Scotland 513 5 -4
62 Panama 512 5 19
63 Northern Ireland 498 2 -22
64 Morocco 494 9 49
65 Austria 479 9 36
66 Guinea 475 -4 -49
67 Ecuador 473 -3 -50
68 Botswana 470 1 -9
69 Armenia 462 -7 -62
70 Venezuela 458 -2 -31
71 Cape Verde Islands 443 8 22
71 Poland 443 0 -6
73 Mali 439 -3 -12
74 Estonia 434 1 -6
74 Latvia 434 3 -4
76 Zambia 433 13 50
77 Malawi 431 -5 -15
78 China PR 426 -1 -12
79 Finland 419 2 3
80 Uganda 417 4 15
81 Cyprus 398 8 15
82 Jordan 385 11 7
83 Moldova 383 3 -11
84 Uzbekistan 381 -1 -22
85 Benin 380 -5 -38
86 Haiti 377 10 29
87 Trinidad and Tobago 374 8 21
88 Central African Republic 370 25 107
89 Saudi Arabia 366 -1 -20
90 Canada 365 -14 -74
91 El Salvador 358 -4 -33
92 Niger 356 7 21
93 Qatar 355 -1 -25
94 Cuba 351 -13 -65
95 Iraq 346 -6 -37
96 New Zealand 345 -36 -183
97 FYR Macedonia 338 -12 -60
98 Sudan 337 6 42
99 Angola 329 5 34
99 Bahrain 329 -2 -9
99 Kuwait 329 2 9
102 Bolivia 327 0 15
102 Mozambique 327 -8 -31
104 Azerbaijan 299 4 11
105 Oman 298 2 4
106 Suriname 296 6 29
107 Syria 290 -3 -5
108 United Arab Emirates 288 3 15
109 Antigua and Barbuda 286 -9 -36
110 Togo 279 -1 -6
111 Wales 273 3 15
112 Zimbabwe 268 14 49
113 Guyana 267 -3 -17
114 Grenada 265 -16 -72
115 Sierra Leone 261 3 15
116 Gambia 257 -13 -51
117 Korea DPR 255 -2 0
118 St. Kitts and Nevis 248 1 3
119 Iceland 244 -3 -10
120 Thailand 239 0 -3
121 Congo DR 238 5 19
122 Guatemala 233 2 11
123 Tanzania 231 -6 -21
124 Luxembourg 213 1 -8
125 Kenya 209 -2 -18
126 Congo 206 -5 -26
127 Rwanda 205 -5 -23
128 Yemen 199 1 -4
129 Indonesia 195 1 -5
130 Dominica 193 1 0
131 Tajikistan 180 4 9
132 Kazakhstan 173 7 22
133 Puerto Rico 167 -1 -13
134 Madagascar 166 4 2
135 Vietnam 159 -1 -13
136 Barbados 156 -4 -24
136 Faroe Islands 156 0 -12
138 Turkmenistan 147 3 -2
139 Malaysia 146 4 2
140 Guinea-Bissau 142 -4 -26
140 Singapore 142 4 2
142 Hong Kong 141 4 3
143 Ethiopia 140 -15 -78
144 India 137 1 -2
145 Nepal 136 2 1
146 Equatorial Guinea 131 -4 -15
147 Burundi 130 2 3
148 Curacao 128 4 7
149 Maldives 126 -1 -7
150 Chad 123 -1 -4
151 Namibia 117 -11 -33
152 St. Vincent and the Grenadines 112 1 -4
153 Liechtenstein 109 0 -7
154 Fiji 103 1 0
155 Swaziland 101 4 12
156 New Caledonia 97 -5 -26
157 Philippines 96 -1 0
158 Cayman Islands 90 0 0
159 Malta 83 2 -1
159 Nicaragua 83 7 8
161 Bangladesh 81 2 2
162 Chinese Taipei 77 -2 -9
163 Liberia 76 -6 -17
164 Afghanistan 75 0 -2
165 Myanmar 72 2 -2
165 Palestine 72 6 5
167 Kyrgyzstan 70 2 0
167 Pakistan 70 1 -2
169 Sri Lanka 69 0 -1
170 Dominican Republic 66 2 0
171 Belize 64 1 -2
171 Vanuatu 64 -6 -12
173 Cambodia 57 3 1
173 Laos 57 1 0
173 Tahiti 57 1 0
176 Lebanon 55 2 4
177 Lesotho 46 -1 -10
178 Mongolia 41 1 -7
179 Bermuda 40 -17 -40
179 Solomon Islands 40 3 0
181 British Virgin Islands 38 2 0
182 Macau 32 2 0
182 Mauritania 32 -2 -13
184 St. Lucia 31 1 0
185 Eritrea 29 -4 -13
186 Samoa 26 0 0
187 Somalia 23 0 0
188 Comoros 19 0 0
189 Mauritius 17 0 -1
190 Seychelles 15 4 4
190 Tonga 15 0 -2
192 Turks and Caicos Islands 13 1 0
193 Djibouti 12 -1 -3
193 US Virgin Islands 12 7 9
195 Cook Islands 10 -5 -7
195 Guam 10 0 0
197 Anguilla 9 5 9
197 Bahamas 9 -1 0
197 Brunei Darussalam 9 -1 0
200 Aruba 7 -1 0
201 Bhutan 6 -5 -3
202 Timor-Leste 3 -2 0
203 American Samoa 0 -1 0
203 Andorra 0 -1 0
203 Montserrat 0 -1 0
203 Papua New Guinea 0 -1 0
203 San Marino 0 -1 0

4 comments:

  1. Montenegro superior to Argentina, ha ha ha ha ha!

    Still, with Argentina's pathetic form of late, I wouldn't put it past them to get a result vs Argentina. However, I expect Argentina to get serious once the Copa starts.

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  2. I think Panama must climb more than 5 positions in this ranking. They've reached semifinals on Gold Cup and Eighths Finals on the U-17 WC.

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  3. @ Anonymous

    You're looking in the wrong place. Edgar didn't expect them to do that well. Who would have? But he's calculated the true ranking now, and Panama will rise 15 places.

    Youth results have no impact on this ranking though. Panama have done very well at youth level lately though. I think they should be top seeded in the next qualifying tournaments.

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