Ireland and France have retained their top two positions in the World Rugby Rankings following the fourth round of the Six Nations.
France had a dominating 53-10 victory over England last weekend riding on 2 tries from Thibaud Flament, Charles Ollivon and Damian Penaud which saw them pick one rating point taking their tally to 90.47 at second position.
England emain at sixth place but following their record defeat at home as they now have 82.12 rating points.
Ireland's hard working 22-7 win over Scotland saw them retain their hope of winning the Grand Slam with four straight wins in the competition. Their win saw them 0.49 of a point to 91.82 with Scotland at fifth with 82.77 rating points.
Meanwhile, Wales have averted the danger of dropping out of the top 10 rankings with a 29-17 win over Italy. Warren Gatland's men have gained 1.20 points as they now have swapped places with Japan to ninth position.
Italy are now in a danger of finishing last in the Six Nations for the ninth time in 10 years as they now slipped to 14th in the table past Fiji. The Azzurri now have 74.63 points having started the weekend on 75.83.
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