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.
The World Rugby rankings remain unchanged after round three of the Rugby Championship.
England have dropped to No 4 in the World Rugby rankings after their 42-39 defeat against the Springboks at Ellis Park.
The Springboks have climbed to fifth in the World Rugby rankings following Wales’ commanding 34-7 win over Scotland in the Six Nations on Saturday. Scotland, South Africa and Wales finished the 2017 season ranked fifth, sixth and seventh. But Wales’ upset win over the Scots in the opening round of the Six Nations earned them a 1.35 rating points increase,… Read more →