The Brasileirao title race has never been so wide open since it adopted its straight league format in 2003. With ten rounds remaining, just four points separate the top five. The question wants you to answer is: who will lift the trophy aloft on 7 December?

1. Palmeiras (53 points)
2. Gremio (53)
3. Cruzeiro (49)
4. Flamengo (49)
5. Sao Paulo (49)
6. Coritiba (44)
7. Vitoria (43)
8. Goias (43)
9. Botafogo (43)
10. Internacional (42)

An impressive run of form has propelled Palmeiras into the driving seat, but Vanderlei Luxemburgo's side, which comprises 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan™ winners Marcos and Denilson, and forwards Kleber and Alex Mineiro, must still face six top-ten teams. Gremio, for their part, have had their challenge revitalised by recent signing Richard Morales and exciting teenager Douglas Costa.

With Ramires and Guilherme leading their assault, it is impossible to discount Cruzeiro, while Brazil wingbacks Leo Moura and Juan, along with the brilliant Marcelinho Paraiba, hope they can thrust Flamengo to glory. The chances of holders Sao Paulo, unbeaten in eight games, rest on the shoulders of Rogerio Ceni, Hernanes, Hugo and Jorge Wagner.

So, what will be the conclusion of this intriguing title race? It's up to you to decide. Click 'Add a comment' to have your say, remembering to keep your posts clean, respectful and in English.