The Sierra Leone national team remained static at 113 in the latest FIFA world rankings ahead of their fixture against Kenya on the 10th of June at the National Stadium in Freetown.
Sierra Leone has not played any international match since September 2016, John Keister’s men are 39 places behind their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Group F opponent the Harambee Stars of Kenya.
The Kenyans under the supervision of local coach Stanley Okumbi moved four places up to 74th from 78th they occupied last month.
Sierra Leone last qualified for continental showpiece 21 years since 1996 in South Africa, while the Harambee Stars are taking on a difficult project of qualifying for their first AFCON in 15 years, the last time they featured in the continental showpiece was in 2004.
Meanwhile, In Africa, Egypt top of the chart. Egypt and Senegal also rose in the ranking, to 20th and 27th respectively.
Egypt 20, Senegal 27, Cameroon 32, Nigeria 38, Congo DR 39, Tunisia 41, Burkina-Faso 41, Ghana 49th, and Algeria 53 made up the top ten.
There were no changes in the world top 10 positions as Brazil remained first, Argentina (2nd) Germany (3rd) Chile (4th) Colombia (5th) France (6th) Belgium (7th) Portugal (8th) Switzerland (9th) and Spain (10th).
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