Wembley lions climb places despite not playing a game.
England have climbed up to fourth and Holland have toppled Spain as the number one country in the world despite their friendly earlier this month being cancelled.
The Dutch are now the best country in the land thanks to World and European champions’s 2-1 friendly defeat to Italy, despite holding the position for over a year.
The Oranje are now only the seventh nation to to head Fifa’s controversial ranking system.
England were due to play the World Cup runners up in a friendly at Wembley but it was called off because of safety concerns due to the London riots.
The Three Lions lie just outside of the top three because of Brazil’s 3-2 defeat to Germany.
Uruguay’s Copa America success means they are now the top South American side in fifth, with the Samba stars dropping down to sixth.
Germany remain in third, while the make-up of the top 10 remains the same, with Italy, Portugal, Argentina and Croatia the other sides.
The Republic of Ireland mirror England in moving up two places, in their case to 31st, while Scotland are up six to 55th and Northern Ireland up three to 59th.
Wales’ ranking does slide, though, with Gary Speed’s men dropping five places to 117th, with Haiti moving above them in the standings.