Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania remain unmoved at the end of the year Fifa Rankings reports released on December 19.Dec 19th 2019 · 1 min read
The latest evaluation will mean the Cranes will remain the highest-ranked country in the Cecafa region while Eritrea and Somalia are the lowest Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda are unmoved in the latest Fifa Rankings released on December 19.
Uganda, placed at position 77 worldwide, have remained as the highest-ranked Cecafa region team with 1321 points just below China and above Cape Verde.
Kenya are in position 106 with 1199 points just below Mozambique who have one more point than the East African nation. Mozambique defeated Kenya 1-0 during an October 13 friendly match at Kasarani before both nations embarked on the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers in November.Editors' Picks Cecafa Cup: Tanzania's Mgunda doesn't fear Uganda while Kenya face Eritrea Kenya vs Zanzibar: TV channel, live stream, team news and preview Kenya vs Tanzania: TV channel, live stream, team news and preview 'You need to build Arsenal's future, Per' – Adams takes aim at Mertesacker for leaving academy role
Tanzania, at position 134 with 1086 points, remain sandwiched between Comoros (133) and Andorra (135) who have 1088 and 1082 points respectively.Article continues below
Rwanda are the 131st country on the global rankings while their neighbours Burundi are 154th. South Sudan will keep their 169th position going into the New Year while Somalia are 196th and Eritrea stand at position 205th.
Kenya and Tanzania will meet to fight for third place in the ongoing Cecafa Senior Challenge Cup tournament while Eritrea and Uganda will fight for the 2019 title on Thursday.