The featured matches for Round 34 of FIFA World Leagues Predictor include titanic clashes in England and Italy, derbies in Chile and Bulgaria and what seems set to be an all-or-nothing brawl in the Bundesliga.
Match of the week: AC Milan-Juventus (Italy)
Juventus have dipped in form, fast and deep, of late. They are without a win in five games, were knocked out of the Coppa Italia in a semi-final against Lazio on 22 April and were forced to play their most recent Serie A match behind closed doors. This weekend, they take on an AC Milan defence that has only conceded one goal in their last six games and an attack that has returned five consecutive wins. At 61 per cent to win, everyone's money seems to be on Milan, but a win against second-place Milan could be just the thing to cure the current Juve blues.
Too close to call: Arsenal-Chelsea (England)
Arsenal's 3-1 loss to Manchester United in Tuesday's UEFA Champions League semi-final has been described by Arsene Wenger as the most disappointing moment of his career, and the players will be desperate to appease their manager after talks of an off-season squad shake up. Both Chelsea and Arsenal will be a little bruised from their massive mid-week games so this result could swing either way. The teams are at a statistical standoff at 35 per cent to win respectively.
Universidad Catolica-Universidad de Chile (Chile)
Fifth-placed Catolica will be looking to close within one point of second-placed Chile in the latest El Clasico Universitario. In their 158 matches, Universidad Catolica have won 42 to Chile's 62, while the teams have drawn 54 times. These two rivals last squared-off in October 2008, a night on which Chile enjoyed a 2-1 victory.
CSKA Sofia-Levski Sofia (Bulgaria)
Bulgaria's biggest derby takes place this weekend. Hosts CSKA are undefeated at home so far this season and have recorded only one loss in 25 games. Second-placed Levski will be eager to rewrite the season's statistics and climb within one point of the league leaders. The Sofia Derby has been played 166 times with Levski Sofia enjoying the majority of victories (70 wins). The visitors are, however, underdogs on this occasion with a 12 per cent statistical chance of winning.
The Bundesliga brawl: VfB Stuttgart-Wolfsburg (Germany)
In the Bundesliga, fourth-placed Stuttgart travel to league leader's Wolfsburg. Stuttgart have recorded recent home wins against big guns Hertha Berlin and Hamburg and are undefeated at home in six games. Meanwhile Wolfsburg are chasing down their first-ever Bundesliga championship, an achievable dream that they are ready to make a reality. But will their poor away record get the better of them? In 15 matches on the road, Wolfsburg have won 4, lost 6 and drawn 5.
Four rounds to go and there are still four signed FIFA World Cup™ winner's jerseys to be won. Can you predict your way to one of them?