Every round for all 35 rounds of FIFA World Leagues Predictor Season 4, we are giving away $300 USD  in gift vouchers for use in the official FIFA online store. Two weekly prizes have already been claimed, can you predict your way to number three? Here‘s our preview for Saturday’s big games in Round 3 of FIFA World Leagues Predictor.

Spanish newcomers
Hercules-Athletic Bilbao (Spain)
After 13 years outside of Spain's top flight, Hercules return to the bright lights of La Liga this weekend. First up for the team from Alicante is a home fixture against Athletic Bilbao - last season’s eighth-place finishers. Bilbao proved weak on the road in 2009/10 with 10 losses, 4 wins and 5 draws from 19 away games. Will the newcomers start off their big season with a bang, or will the La Liga veterans prove to be to experienced?

Finale repeat
Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma-Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors (Korea Republic)
Fans are in for a repeat of the 2009 K-League final on Saturday. The two-legged 2009 final kicked-off with a tense 0-0 draw in the first leg (played in Seongnam). Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors proved to strong at home and won the second-leg by a convincing 3-1 score-line to claim the 2009 league title. The pairs’ most recent meeting was a 1-1 draw in Jeonju earlier this season.

Greek minnows may prove hard to swallow
Iraklis-Olympiacos (Greece)

They may have finished in the bottom-half of the Greek Super League table last season, but Iraklis are a tough team to crack with a home crowd behind them. The club from Thessaloniki beat Olympiacos 1-0 and reigning champions Panathanaikos 3-1 at home last season. They also recorded home draws against PAOK, AEK Athens and Aris, making them undefeated at home against the top five in 2009 league action.

Brazilians take on Birds in South Africa
Mamelodi Sundowns-Moroka Swallows (South Africa)

Sundowns will be taking no prisoners in the new PSL season; they narrowly missed out on the 2009/10 league title, finishing just one point behind champions’ Supersport United. Swallows meanwhile, have lingered in mid-table anonymity for the past three seasons. A win against the mighty Brazilians could be just the jump-start The Birds need. The pairs' last match at Super Stadium in Attridgeville resulted in a thrilling 3-3 draw.

Finish line in sight for MLS 2010
Columbus Crew-FC Dallas (USA)
In Match 2 of the 2010 MLS Season, FC Dallas held Columbus to a 2-2 draw at home. The teams’ next meet in Columbus, Ohio. Dallas, who failed to qualify for the play-offs in 2009, will want to continue their strong run of form (11 consecutive games without defeat) as the end of the regular MLS season approaches.

Round 3 matches (28 and 29 August)
Hercules-Athletic Bilbao (Spain)
Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma-Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors (Korea Republic)
Iraklis-Olympiacos (Greece)
Mamelodi Sundowns-Moroka Swallows (South Africa)
Columbus Crew-FC Dallas (USA)
Internacional-Botafogo (Brazil)
Universidad de Chile-Santiago Wanderers (Chile)
Motherwell-Celtic (Scotland)
VfB Stuttgart-Borussia Dortmund (Germany)
Fiorentina-Napoli (Italy)