Jamaica has fallen three places to 48 in the most recent iteration of the FIFA/Coca World Ranking football ranking.
The drop follows a disappointing draw with Guyana in the CONCACAF Nations League (CNL) earlier this month.
The Reggae Boyz fought to a 1-1 draw against a resilient Guyanese team on Monday evening (November 18).
It was the first time Jamaica conceded a goal in six CNL games.
The fall means Jamaica is again the fourth best ranked CONCACAF team behind Costa Rica(46), the USA (22) and Mexico (11).
The top 5 teams all retain their spots atop the ranking with Belgium (1), France (2), Brazil (3), England (4) and Uruguay in 5th.
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