The All Blacks have increased their lead over South Africa at the top of the world rankings, while Argentina have slipped down the pecking order.
The Springboks have officially relinquished their status as the No 1-ranked team in the world to the All Blacks.
New Zealand have reduced South Africa’s lead at the top of the World Rugby rankings while Australia have sunk to a record-equalling low on the list.
England have been demoted to fourth place, while France rose to third in the World Rugby rankings following this past weekend’s Six Nations results.
World Cup finalists England and South Africa are now the two top-ranked teams in the World Rugby rankings.
Ireland have dropped to fourth in the World Rugby rankings following their shock defeat by Japan, while Wales rose to second after their win over Australia.
The All Blacks have regained the No 1 spot in the World Rugby rankings after Wales dropped to fourth following a defeat by Ireland on Saturday.
Wales have climbed to the top of the World Rugby rankings after the All Blacks’ shock defeat by Australia in the Rugby Championship.
England have climbed up to No 3 in the World Rugby rankings after their 32-20 win over Ireland in Dublin.
The Springboks remain in fifth position on the World Rugby rankings after their 26-20 win against Scotland, but have closed the gap on England.