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Rugby World Rankings Round Up January 2007

With the start of the new it is the perfect time to see how Rugby World Rankings currently stand.

There haven’t been any games involving the major nations lately so things have been pretty stable.

Currently the IRB has New Zealand ranked first by a large margin. The All Blacks would have to lose several games to give up the top rank. Behind them is the group of France, Australia, South Africa and Ireland, all within 1.5 points of each other. The coming 6 nations tournament will likely see these rankings change.

Current IRB Top 10

1 NEW ZEALAND 94.59
2 FRANCE 85.94
3 AUSTRALIA 85.55
4 SOUTH AFRICA 84.71
5 IRELAND 84.68
6 ARGENTINA 79.61
7 ENGLAND 78.68
8 WALES 77.02
9 SCOTLAND 76.81
10 SAMOA 73.86

The World Rugby Rankings also have New Zealand in first place. In fact the only differences between the WRR Top 10 and the IRB Top 10 rankings is that Ireland and South Africa swap places, and Fiji is ranked at 10 instead of Samoa.

1 New Zealand
2 France
3 Australia
4 Ireland
5 South Africa
6 Argentina
7 England
8 Wales
9 Scotland
10 Fiji

While the AQB Sports Rankings Top 10 are exactly the same as the World Rugby Rankings
1 New Zealand
2 France
3 Australia
4 Ireland
5 South Africa
6 Argentina
7 England
8 Wales
9 Scotland
10 Fiji

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