The latest FIFA rankings has positioned Belgium in second place, a position that once belonged to Argentina. This will be Belgium’s highest position yet.
Even though Marc Wilmots’ side did not play during the latest rankings window, devaluation of past results propelled them to their current position which is right behind Germany.
Belgium is set to face France in a friendly on Friday, France are ninth in the latest rankings. Belgium will then face Wales in a crucial Euro 2016 qualifiers match next Friday.
Colombia sit fourth in the ranking ahead of Brazil, with Netherlands, Portugal, Uruguay, France and Spain completing the top 10.
Italy have to settle for 13th spot, while England drop one place to 15th,
Madagascar are the biggest movers, up 37 to 113th, while Maldives suffered the biggest drop, falling 38 positions to 178th.