Jamaica has climbed two places in the most recent iteration of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking.
The Reggae Boyz now sit at number 45 in the table and have a good chance of rising a bit higher if they continue to crank out positive results in the CONCACAF Nations League (CNL).
Mexico remains the top CONCACAF team after moving up a place to number 11 while the USA is the second highest ranked team in the region at 23.
Jamaica is therefore the third highest ranked CONCACAF team as Costa Rica is currently ranked at number 47 after falling four places.
Jamaica defeated Aruba 2-0 on October 12 and 6-0 on October 15.
They Boyz scored 18 goals in their first four games in group B of the CNL and are yet to concede.
Jamaica will face Antigua and Barbuda in November 15 before taking on Guyana three days alter.
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