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Last Updated: Monday, 10 November, 2003, 09:02 GMT
All Blacks top rankings
New Zealand's players celebrate their passage into the semi-finals
The weekend win lifted the All Blacks to number one
New Zealand have surpassed England as the number one side in the world in the latest International Rugby Board rankings.

England, meanwhile, have slipped back to second place after a lacklustre World Cup campaign to date.

France, who have shone throughout the tournament to date, have jumped up to third place overall in the latest standings unveiled on Monday.

As a result, Australia slip to fourth while South Africa are fifth.

Wales have to make do with eighth place - one spot behind Argentina - despite strong performances against both New Zealand and England.





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