All Blacks extend their lead at the top of the World Rugby Rankings
The world champions moved further clear following a 12th back-to-back win
Australia remains fourth despite humbling in Sydney
New Zealand have increased their advantage at the top of the World Rugby Rankings following their 42-8 victory against Australia in Sydney last Saturday.
The world champions increased their advantage over England at the top of the table to 6.81 points after their 12th successive triumph.
New Zealand gained two tenths of a rating point to make their overall tally 96.30 with England on 89.49 points. Australia remain fourth.
The Springboks stay in third place after a marginal gain of nine hundredths thanks to beating Argentina, who remain unchanged in ninth.
(Previous position in brackets)
1(1) New Zealand 96.30
2(2) England 89.49
3(3) South Africa 86.41
4(4) Australia 84.23
5(5) Wales 82.49
6(6) Ireland 81.67
7(7) France 80.75
8(8) Scotland 80.44
9(9) Argentina 80.12
10(10) Fiji 75.49