The Faroe Islands have moved up one place to the 96th position in the FIFA Ranking released on Thursday despite having played no game since last October.
Meanwhile, Iceland has moved up two places to an all-time high position of 18th in the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking.
This is one of the more notable changes in a February table left largely unaltered by a quiet period of international action, writes Fifa.com.
Biggest move by points
Iceland (up 58 points)
Biggest move by ranks
Congo (up 8 ranks)
Biggest drop by points
Burkina Faso (down 143 points)
Biggest drop by ranks
Burkina Faso, Egypt (down 13 ranks each)
Top 10 and other selected nations:
96. The Faroe Islands
The Faroe Islands will come up against Azerbaijan, Malta and Kosovo in the inaugural UEFA Nations League later this year:
Friday 7 September: Faroe Islands vs Malta
Monday 10 September: Kososvo vs Faroe Islands
Thursday 11 October: Faroe Islands – Azerbaijan
Sunday 14 October: Faroe Islands vs Kosovo
Saturday 17 November: Azerbaijan vs Faroe Islands
Tuesday 20 November: Malta – Faroe Islands
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