With Round 5 just around the bend it's time to get those predictions in. Remember, it's never to late to start playing. There are fantastic prizes to be won every matchday, and by season end, one lucky predictor will have won a trip for two to the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ South Africa.
Victory in Round 4 was bittersweet for Mexicano1. The 91 points the American claimed for envisioning a USA defeat to Trinidad and Tobago were crucial for his win.
Runner-up, DRAGONSOR had an impressive round and enjoyed the added pride of correctly predicting his country to upset South American greats - Argentina. Another Chilean dragon - dragonxnival - tied with Tito91 from Costa Rica for third spot.
New predictors at the top
The Round 4 results shook up the overall points table. After two runner-up rounds, pasiONazul17 finally claimed top spot. German Supercoach fell hard from first to third, while Argentine bichon blazed into second place from 17th. Countryman Ronyma flew into fourth from 22nd place and China's Danyu87 rounded off the top five shuffle by climbing 53 places this matchday.
The weekend's hot matches are Honduras-Mexico and Jamaica-Canada. Teams have everything to play for in the final stage of their semi-final qualifying round. Can Honduras beat Mexico at home to book their passage to the next stage? Can Jamaica sneak in the back door or will Canada destroy Caribbean FIFA World Cup dreams?
Do your homework. Browse the FIFA site for breaking news, latest scores and check the predictor statistics. Use your joker to correctly predict a scoreline and claim a bonus 100 points. Get those predictions in before GMT 00:00 on 19 November.
Round 5 (19 & 20 November)
San Marino-Czech Republic
Trinidad and Tobago-Cuba
United Arab Emirates-Iran
Saudi Arabia-Korea Republic
Practice makes perfect. Sharpen your McDonald's FIFA World Cup Predictor skills by playing the weekly FIFA World Leagues Predictor game.
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.