The Latvian national team record in the FIFA rank is the 45th place, which was achieved in 2009. The anti-record is the 148th position in 2017.
Lithuania has lost four positions in the latest FIFA ranking and ranks 142nd. The Estonian national team, on the other hand, has risen by one place and is currently ranked 109th.
Among Latvia’s opponents in the UEFA League of Nations, Andorra is in 152nd place, Moldova in 178th place and Liechtenstein in 194th place.
Brazil maintains its leading position in the FIFA ranking, Belgium is still in second place, but the Argentine national team has risen to third place, surpassing France, which is now fourth.
England is in fifth place, Spain has risen from seventh to sixth place, ahead of European champions Italy, and the Netherlands is in eighth place. Portugal has slipped from eighth to ninth place, while Denmark finishes the top ten in 11th place. Mexico, which is now in 12th place, has lost its place in the top ten.