The final menu for Season 3
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Here it is, the final menu for Season 3 of FIFA World Leagues Predictor. Can you grab the last remaining signed FIFA World Cup™ winner’s jersey or are you in with a shot at the Grand Prize? FIFA.com takes a customary look at the biggest games on the menu for Round 35.

Match of the week
AC Milan-Juventus (Italy)

While their respective positions on the 2009/10 Serie A table are secure, rivals AC Milan and Juventus still have something to play for in their final match of the season. Juventus take to the field having recently suffered a record 14th loss in a Serie A season and will be eager to appease their supporters. Milan meanwhile, have only lost two games at home this season and Juventus will have to deliver something special if they want to beat the big Milan club. A Juventus win would return backers almost double, while a Milan win is worth roughly 44 points.

Brazilian clash
Gremio-Corinthians (Brazil)
A late winner by Ronaldo set Corinthians on the right track in their first 2010 league match, will he be the decisive factor again this weekend when Corinthians travel to Gremio? When Corinthians last visited Porto Alegre in the Brazilian Serie A they were beaten 3-0.

Title decider in Turkey
Bursaspor-Besiktas (Turkey)
The Turkish league title will be decided on the final day of the season. Second-placed Bursaspor must draw or beat fourth-placed Besiktas and hope for current leaders Fenerbahce to lose against fifth-placed Trabzonspor. A Bursaspor home win or draw would return around 75 points while a Besiktas away win is worth roughly 48 points.

Big finish in France
FC Lorient-Lille (France)
After recently stunning champions Marseille 3-2, Lille will be looking to win their final game of the season and thus secure direct qualification for next season’s UEFA Champions League. Lorient have lost only two home games the entire season and will be hoping to stun a Lille team that has proved weak on the road (Wins 7, Losses 7, Draws 4).

Relegation rumble
Racing Santander-Sporting Gijon (Spain)
The final matchday of the La Liga 2009/10 season will decide whether Racing Santander stay in the Spanish top flight. Gijon will be the lesser motivated of the two sides with little to play for after recently ensuring their survival thanks to 1-1 draws against Malaga, Getafe and Atletico Madrid. A Gijon win is therefore worth around double that of a Santander victory.

Round 35 (15 & 16 May)
Tom Tomsk-Spartak Nalchik (Russia)
New York Red Bulls-Seattle Sounders (USA)
Vegalta Sendai-Urawa Red Diamonds (Japan)
FC Lorient-Lille (France)
Racing Santander-Sporting Gijon (Spain)
Colon Santa Fe-Estudiantes La Plata (Argentina)
Bursaspor-Besiktas (Turkey)
AC Milan-Juventus (Italy)
Gremio-Corinthians (Brazil)
Breiðablik-Fram (Iceland)