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The men’s national team of Estonia moves up one spot in the FIFA global rankings

The men’s national team of Estonia moved up one spot to 109th in the latest world rankings announced on Thursday by the organization that governs international football, FIFA.
 |  Borena Kuliashvili  | 

Brazil continues to lead the FIFA men’s football global rankings with just over six weeks till the World Cup in Qatar, followed by Belgium and Argentina. World Cup champions of 2018 The winners of Euro 2020, England, are in fifth place, ahead of France in fourth. Italy, which did not make it to the World Cup, rose one spot to sixth position this season because to their efforts in the Nations League. As a result, Spain drops to seventh place. The top ten is completed by Portugal, Denmark, and the Netherlands.

Estonia is currently ranked 109th, one spot ahead of Tajikistan and one behind Cyprus. The next task for Estonia will be to defend the Baltic Cup in November after a productive Nations League campaign in which they won all four of their group games against Malta and San Marino.

On November 16, Latvia, who slid five spots to 134th in the most recent FIFA rankings, will play Estonia in the tournament’s first match. As the highest-ranked team in the league (62nd), Iceland will like their chances of winning the trophy because they qualified for both the 2016 European Championships and the 2018 World Cup. Lithuania, rated 144th in the world, will face Iceland in the other semi-final.

Both the championship game and the third-and-fourth place playoff will take place on November 19. No matter how their semi-final turns out, Estonia’s second game will unquestionably take place at the A. Le Coq Arena in Tallinn.

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