With only one match played since the last edition was published -- a Ukraine-Bahrain friendly that ended all square (1-1) -- the Top 50 remains unchanged.
Head Coach Maymol Rocky lauded the players for the rise in the FIFA rankings.
Defending champion Germany will start No. 1, retaining its lead over Brazil, Belgium, Portugal and Argentina in an unchanged top five. No. 10 Spain dropped two places.
World champions Germany remain top of the FIFA rankings published on Thursday as there was no move in the top 10.
As far as Asia is concerned, India are the 12th highest ranked team in the continent, while Iran lead the chart at the 23rd spot.