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    World Rugby Rankings Post 2023 RWC

    # Nation Points
    1 South Africa 94.54
    2 Ireland 90.57
    3 New Zealand 89.8
    4 France 87.81
    5 England 85.46
    6 Scotland 83.43
    7 Argentina 80.68
    8 Wales 80.64
    9 Australia 77.48
    10 Fiji 76.38
    11 Italy 75.93
    12 Japan 74.27
    13 Portugal 72.78
    14 Georgia 72.68
    15 Samoa 72.23
    16 Tonga 71.57
    17 Uruguay 67.39
    18 USA 66.22
    19 Spain 64.05
    20 Romania 63.28
    21 Namibia 60.56
    22 Chile 60.49
    23 Canada 60.46
    24 Hong Kong China 59.8
    25 Russia 58.06
    26 Brazil 56.35
    27 Netherlands 55.84
    28 Switzerland 55.72
    29 Belgium 54.58
    30 Korea 53.46
    31 Zimbabwe 52.43
    32 Germany 52.32
    33 Kenya 51.79
    34 Poland 51.54
    35 Czechia 49.83
    36 Ukraine 49.3
    37 Sweden 49.25
    38 Tunisia 48.55
    39 Paraguay 48.5
    40 Philippines 47.8
    41 Croatia 47.51
    42 Uganda 47.25
    43 Colombia 47.21
    44 Madagascar 46.89
    45 Malta 46.75
    46 Sri Lanka 46.73
    47 Morocco 46.33
    48 Cote D'Ivoire 46.24
    49 Mexico 45.82
    50 Trinidad & Tobago 45.51
    51 Lithuania 45.39
    52 Malaysia 45.14
    53 Cook Islands 45.11
    54 Cayman Islands 44.37
    55 Singapore 44.05
    56 Senegal 43.22
    57 Moldova 43.13
    58 Guyana 42.86
    59 Latvia 42.74
    60 Bulgaria 42.41
    61 United Arab Emirates 41.88
    62 Luxembourg 41.44
    63 Israel 41.24
    64 Kazakhstan 41.16
    65 Chinese Taipei 39.23
    66 Jamaica 39
    67 Bermuda 38.91
    68 Zambia 38.83
    69 Nigeria 38.37
    70 Hungary 37.46
    71 Slovenia 37.1
    72 Serbia 36.57
    73 Guam 36.38
    74 Peru 36.35
    75 Algeria 36.25
    76 Botswana 36.21
    77 Denmark 36.1
    78 Finland 35.98
    79 Venezuela 35.87
    80 Thailand 35.49
    81 St Vincent and Grenadines 34.91
    82 China 34.91
    83 Barbados 34.72
    84 Papua New Guinea 33.68
    85 Ghana 33.27
    86 India 33.15
    87 Austria 31.82
    88 Andorra 31.68
    89 Uzbekistan 31.28
    90 Burkina Faso 31.05
    91 Mauritius 30.56
    92 Pakistan 30.13
    93 Bosnia & Herzegovina 30.11
    94 Iran 30
    95 Laos 30
    96 Nepal 30
    97 Qatar 30
    98 Turkey 30
    99 Rwanda 29.78
    100 Costa Rica 29.36
    101 Niue Island 28.63
    102 Bahamas 27.76
    103 Burundi 26.16
    104 Eswatini 26.04
    105 Norway 25.95
    106 Solomon Islands 23.97
    107 Cameroon 23.12
    108 Indonesia 21.95
    109 Monaco 17.17
    110 Greece 16.55
    111 Vanuatu 15.29
    112 American Samoa 13.53

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    Despite the low ranking of Australia, with success next year there is a rapid pathway to more appropriate long term levels given the large points difference between the Wallabies and SA/NZ. Basically (relatively speaking) you don't go up beating those below you and you don't go down losing to those above you.

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    Far out!
    So the difference in points between the Wallabies and the top (SA) is the same as the points difference as the Wallabies and Chile!

    That boggles the mind a little..........

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    If our ranking gets worse we might have to question why the Wallabies are playing in that Biannual World League comp

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    Quote Originally Posted by WF2006 View Post
    Far out!
    So the difference in points between the Wallabies and the top (SA) is the same as the points difference as the Wallabies and Chile!

    That boggles the mind a little..........
    Yes, factually correct, but my observation is there tends to be "blockages" around certain levels that halts movement much beyond a couple of positions. If Chile were to beat Australia they would only halve the difference. If the beat them a second time they would halve that difference. But if in the meant time Australia beat say England then they would pull away again.
    It's basically impossible for #1 to get much above 95 points.

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