World Rugby, the international governing body for rugby, released its world rankings dated 18 this month, and Fiji, who beat Japan England in the first round of the World Cup, remained in 1th place, while Fiji, who lifted the gold star from Australia, moved up from 14th to 9th place.
World Rugby, the international governing body for rugby, announced the latest world rankings on its website on the 18th.
As a result, the Japan that lost to England in the second leg of the first round of the World Cup remained in 1th place.
The other four teams in the same Pool D as Japan remain unchanged, with England in sixth, Argentina in 2th, Samoa in 14th and Chile in 4nd.
Fiji, who have won the first Pool C twice in the first round, moved from ninth to eighth, while Wales, who have won two consecutive Pool C titles, moved up from eighth to seventh.
Australia dropped two spots from seventh to ninth.