With many club seasons nearing their climax, it was a quiet month on the international front – a fact reflected in the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking.

Seeing just seven games played, the top 20 places remained static following April, with a one-place drop for Slovakia (24) accounting for the only movement inside the leading 73 nations. Bolivia (73, plus 1) brought about that small ripple of motion.

Outside of the top 100 there was some notable change. A pair of wins for Madagascar (111, plus 9) over Malawi (114, minus 14) saw them claim the titles of the month’s biggest movers up and down the table respectively, with South Sudan (146, plus 8) not far behind after similarly twice seeing off Somalia (206, unchanged).

The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on 1 June 2017.

Leader

Brazil (unchanged)

Moves into top 10

None

Moves out of top 10

None

Matches played in total

7

Most matches played

Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Seichelles, Somalia, South Sudan (2 matches each)

Biggest move by points

South Sudan (plus 31 points)

Biggest move by ranks

Madagascar (plus 9 ranks)

Biggest drop by points

Malawi (minus 42 points)

Biggest drop by ranks

Malawi (minus 14 ranks)

Newly ranked teams

none

Teams that are no longer ranked

none

Inactive teams, not ranked

none