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ZURICH - The Serbia men's national football team has moved up two positions to the 32nd place in the FIFA world rankings.
Serbia currently have 1,517.43 points.
World champions Argentina remain at the top of the rankings with 1,855.2 points and are followed by France (1,845.44) and England (1,800.05).
LONDON - Serbia will be seeded in the draw for the September 13-15 tennis Davis Cup World Group 1 playoffs, the International Tennis Federation announced on its website on Tuesday.
The draw ceremony is scheduled for February 8.
The other seeds are Croatia, Sweden, Kazakhstan, South Korea, Switzerland, Hungary, Portugal, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Israel and Colombia.
The Serbian national team, which is participating in the continental competition for the first time since 2000, will play in group C with England, Slovenia and Denmark.
Group B is also interesting, where Croatia, Albania, Spain and Italy are, and the Croatian media are aware that the "Blazers" will play in the "group of death".
The police had been informed in time about the movements of the Croatian hooligans ahead of the Champions League qualifying game between AEK Athens and Croatia's Dinamo Zagreb on Tuesday, which was postponed by European governing soccer body UEFA after a 29-year-old Greek fan was fatally stabbed in overnight clashes between rival supporters in the Greek capital.
ZURICH - The Serbia men's national football team has retained the 25th place in the latest FIFA world rankings, released on Thursday.
Serbia have 1,539.03 points - 2.49 fewer than in the previous rankings - but remained in the same position.
Argentina retained the top spot with 1,843.73 points, France are in second place and Brazil are in the third position.
Turkish national football team travels to Latvia on June 16, hoping to put its Euro 2024 qualifying campaign back on track.
Türkiye started the qualification stage with a 2-1 win over Armenia in its opening game of Group D, however, a 2-0 loss at home against group favorite Croatia means a win over Latvia will be crucial before hosting Wales on June 19.