Rugby World Cup 2019: Springboks take fourth from England after All Blacks draw

The Springboks' last gasp 16-16 draw against the All Blacks in Wellington has lifted them above England in the latest World Rugby rankings.

They're up to fourth place, ahead of England by just three-hundredths of a point and they have Handre Pollard's injury-time conversion to thank for that.

The Springboks looked set to lose a topsy-turvy contest at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, before Herschel Jantjies' try gave the Boks the chance to level which they did. 

The result means the last four tests between the two nations have all been decided by two points or less.

The All Blacks remain atop the standings with Wales and Ireland also in the top four. There were no other changes inside the top 10. 

World Rugby rankings:

1. New Zealand 91.54

2. Wales 89.96

3. Ireland 88.69

4. South Africa 86.30

5. England 86.27

6. Australia 81.91

7. Scotland 80.17

8. France 79.42

9. Fiji 76.98

10. Argentina 76.81