Wales now sit in second place in their group and could qualify for the 2018 World Cup via the playoffs, and having a higher Federation Internationale de Football Association ranking will play an advantage for the nation as it will decide if they are seeded or not.
On Wednesday FIFA announced it has approved a new procedure for the 2018 World Cup draw utilizes the FIFA World Rankings to seed teams.
According to FIFA, Nepal slipped to 175th position from 169th rank, in this month ranking with 101 points.
England have dropped two places to 15th in the Federation Internationale de Football Association rankings and are not even the highest ranked British team.
World champions Germany have returned to the summit, replacing Brazil - who have moved back to second - at the top.
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Harambee Stars who were ranked 82 last month, now sit on position 88 in the world and 17 places below neighbors Uganda in the global index.
New Zealand's dominance of Oceania World Cup qualifying has been reflected by a 10-place rise in the Federation Internationale de Football Association world rankings.
The top seven-ranked teams now include Switzerland and Poland, while Peru and Wales could feature in Pot 2 alongside France and Spain, if they qualify.
Stars' downward trend came as a result of a one-all draw against lowly ranked Mozambique and Mauritania in the recent worldwide break.