The latest FIFA/Coca-Cola Men's World Ranking released on 16 September is unsurprisingly much changed, thanks to the high number of international matches played in September.
There was a total of 177 internationals played during the month, ranging from World Cup qualifiers to International friendlies.
Belgium and Brazil lead the way at the top, but there is a change as France drop from the top-three, paving way for England.
The World champions are placed fourth, with Denmark, who won their three qualifier matches, breaking into the top 10, while Spain and Portugal have swapped positions.
Here is how the table looks like;
Libya, who won their two World Cup qualifiers, are the biggest climbers on the list, moving 12 spots up.