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World Rankings released

Australia will go into the 2017 Rugby League World Cup in November, which they will co-host with New Zealand, further strengthened in number one position in the World Rankings after their Anzac Test victory over the Kiwis.

Two new nations are in the list for the first time with the inclusion of Thailand and Uruguay, taking the total to 42 and reflecting the greater number of sanctioned internationals being played globally.

Leilani Latu’s last-gasp try for Tonga to beat Fiji 26-24 in last week’s Pacific triple-header saw them move up one rung on the ladder, whilst the biggest gainers are Hungary who rise five places to 33rd.

 Full Rankings

1 Australia
2 New Zealand
3 England
4 Scotland
5 Samoa
6 France
7 Ireland
8 Fiji
9 Wales
10 USA
11 Tonga
12 Serbia
13 Canada
14 Italy
15 PNG
16 Russia
17 Jamaica
18 Belgium
19 Malta
20 Spain
21 Lebanon
22 Ukraine
23 Germany
24 Cook Islands
25 Czech Republic
26 Norway
27 Denmark
28 Greece
29 Sweden
30 Netherlands
31 Niue
32 South Africa
33 Hungary
34 Philippines
35 Thailand
36 Chile
37 Vanuatu
38 El Salvador
39 Latvia
40 Solomon Islands
41  Uruguay
42 Morocco 

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