In his first round of FIFA World Leagues Predictor raulkoll returned over 700 points to claim a signed FIFA World Cup™ winner’s jersey. Not only did the Brazilian set a new round record for the season but he also proved that it’s never too late to win. There are now only three signed FIFA World Cup winner’s jersey’s left for Season 3.

Weekend highlights
Sampdoria damaged Roma’s Serie A title dreams this weekend with a 2-1 win (89 points). The loss puts Inter Milan two points clear at the top. Giampaolo Pazzini’s 85th-minute winner sent Roma tumbling into second-place while Sampdoria pushed up into a potential UEFA Champions League qualification spot. Similarly in Chile, Colo Colo knocked Universidad de Chile from the summit with a 1-0 win (54 points).

Meanwhile goalless draws in our featured Russian and Turkish fixtures returned over 80 points each. In Korea Republic, Ulsan Hyundai Horangi managed to endJeonbuk Hyundai Motors’s perfect home record with a 2-1 win (75 points).

In Spain, Getafe sunk Sevilla 4-3 (81 points) thanks to an injury time penalty by Daniel Parejo. The surprise win puts Getafe just outside the top six. In England, the action was closer to the bottom of the league table. West Ham beat Wigan 3-2 much to the relief of Gianfranco Zola. The win pushes them six points clear of the drop zone with only two fixtures remaining.

Global leaderboard
As we enter the three final rounds of FIFA World Leagues Predictor Season 3, 689908manutd appears to be making a move for first place. The current No2 gained 182 points on the leader this round. dannyvilla now carries a 312-point lead into the final stages.

Round 33 (1 & 2 May)
New England Revolution-FC Dallas (USA)
Vissel Kobe-Albirex Niigata (Japan)
Schalke 04-Werder Bremen (Germany)
Sligo Rovers-Sporting Fingal (Ireland Republic)
Porto-Benfica (Portugal)
LDU de Quito-Deportivo Cuenca (Ecuador)
Villarreal-Barcelona (Spain)
Banfield-Huracan (Argentina)
Liverpool-Chelsea (England)
Montpellier-Lyon (France)