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England slip behind Brazil to sixth in FIFA world rankings after Dutch defeat

Written By Koka Albert on Wednesday, March 7, 2012 | 6:45 AM

A Dutch disappointing: England lost 3-2 at home to Holland last week
England have dropped behind Brazil to sixth in FIFA's latest world rankings following the 3-2 friendly defeat to Holland at Wembley last week.
The Dutch, meanwhile, retook the No 2 position from Germany after trading places one month ago. The Germans lost 2-1 at home to France.
World and European champions Spain remain top of the rankings, while Argentina return to the top 10.
 A Dutch disappointing: England lost 3-2 at home to Holland last week
Uruguay are at No 4, followed by Brazil who rose two places to fifth. Portugal fell one place to seventh.
Argentina climbed three places to No 8, and Italy and Croatia complete the top 10.
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Ivory Coast are the highest African team at No 15.
Australia, at No 20, head the Asian confederation nations and are top seed in a 10-nation draw for the final round of 2014 World Cup qualifying on Friday. 
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