Managers will need to focus to score high this round. Some games are sure-fire point festivals while others are set for unpredictable outcomes, and could cause some unexpected results on players' point scores.
In Round 4, a single point separated the top two, but victory belonged to duklapraha and his 3-4-3 combination. Romanian Iassy151 placed second favouring a 4-5-1 setup. Da.King and his Street Kings placed third with an impressive 200 points - more points than any of our top five managers managed in Round 4!
Only 16 points separate the top five overall managers and Round 5 could very well mean more changes in the top ten.
Top games this round
Group 2 of the North, Central America and Caribbean Zone will prove the most unpredictable for fantasy managers. Honduras is at home to Mexico and Jamaica play Canada at 'The Office'. With Jamaica favourites to win at home, a Honduras loss to Mexico could mean their exit from the tournament.
In Europe the Czech Republic will be looking for a convincing win against San Marino. Managers, there could be a goal spree on the cards for Czech strikers.
Japan and Australia - the strong holders of Asia's Group 1 are favourites to win their respective games. These two matches could earn you valuable fantasy points.
Asia's Group 2 is a less predictable affair. Korea Republic takes on Saudi Arabia in what promises to be a tough contest, while the United Arab Emirates is at home to Iran. Korea, Saudi Arabia and Iran are all on the same points; a win for Iran could give them a place at the section's summit.
With a FIFA World Cup™ trip for two on the line, the competition is fierce. Get involved, get picking and once your done, head on over to the World Cup predictor for more fantasy fun.
Your captain scores double points.
You can make unlimited transfers before a Round's deadline as long as you don't exceed your 100 points budget.
You can only chose two players (or one player and one manager) from each national team.
Deadline for Round 5 is 19 November 01:00 GMT.
Round Five Matches
United Arab Emirates-Iran
Saudi Arabia-Korea Republic
San Marino-Czech Republic
Trinidad and Tobago-Cuba
El Salvador-Costa Rica
LAST UPDATE: Thursday 07 May 2015
The current edition of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking reveals two changes in the top ten, with Belgium overtaking Argentina to move into second place, their highest-ever position since the launch of the world ranking.