Italy will leapfrog England into fourth place in the FIFA World Rankings this month after securing the Nations League bronze medal.
According to the calculations made by Calcio e Finanza, the latest results on international duty will make a big difference in the FIFA World Rankings.
Italy had been in fifth place in September, with Belgium first, followed by Belgium, England and France.
However, the triumph at UEFA EURO 2020, the 37-match unbeaten run setting a new all-time world record for international teams and third place in the Nations League all boost the Azzurri’s position.
They will be fourth in October, while Nations League victors France climb to third position.
These results push England back down to fifth after their win over Andorra and draw with Hungary.
Despite losing both the Nations League semi-final to France and the third place final to Italy, Belgium will continue to be top of the rankings.