Canada, on the strength of wins over Bermuda and the Cayman Islands, has moved up three places to No. 70 in the FIFA world rankings.
Serbia (No. 25, plus-5), Nigeria (No. 32, plus-4), Scotland (No. 44, plus-4) and Ghana (No. 49, plus-3) all gained ground in the top 50 while Iceland slipped out (No. 52, -6).
The biggest movers were Guinea-Bissau (No. 108, plus-11), and Namibia (No. 111, plus-10).
The Canadian men, who rank seventh among CONCACAF countries, face No. 205 Aruba and No. 136 Suriname next in World Cup qualifying play in June.