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The Super Eagles have moved up 4 places, climbing to 4th in the latest ranking released by world’s football governing body FIFA.

Nigeria’s new ranking on the list reflects the recent run of matches in the African Cup of Nations qualifiers.

This means that Super Eagles are now third in Africa, behind only Tunisia and Senegal.

Belgium tops the list, leading with 1733 points ahead of France who have 1732 points.

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