United States, England rises in FIFA rankings, Brazil ties Argentina
APR 10, 2014 11:55a ET
England have risen one place to 11th in the latest FIFA rankings, while the United States is now just two spots behind in 13th.
Portugal rises to 3rd in the rankings, with fourth-ranked Colombia now the leader in terms of South American nations.
Though no top team played last month, the rankings movement is caused by earlier results in a four-year cycle of matches having less value.
Ivory Coast, at No. 21, leads the African nations. Iran is the highest-ranked Asian confederation team at No. 37.
Australia at No. 59 will enter the World Cup as the lowest-ranked team.