England have climbed from fourth to third in the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) women's world rankings following their victory in this month's SheBelieves Cup.
The Lionesses won the tournament having beaten Japan and Brazil and drawn with the United States, resulting in them swapping places with France in the rankings.
This is the fourth successive edition of the rankings in which England and France have swapped places behind the leading duo of the US and Germany.
A group stage exit from the Algarve Cup saw the Netherlands drop to eighth, with Japan taking their spot in seventh.
Poland, surprise Algarve Cup finalists, moved up six places to 28th.
Belgium and Portugal have both achieved their highest-ever positions, with Belgium shifting up to 20th and Portugal improving to 30th.
The rankings table has also increased from 152 teams to 155.
The next rankings will be released on July 12, five days after the final of the FIFA Women's World Cup in Lyon.
Hosts France will kick off the tournament on June 7, with the final on July 7.