Our final look at Round 3 of FIFA World Leagues Predictor focuses on this coming Sunday's fixtures. Get your ten predictions in before the 00:00 GMT 28 August deadline and stand a chance to win our Round 3 prize - USD 300 in gift certificates for use in the official FIFA online store.

Kings face contenders
Internacional-Botafogo (Brazil)
Fluminense are enjoying a strong lead at the top of the Brasilerao, but that’s not stopping third-placed Botafogo and fifth-placed Internacional from doing their best to keep up the pace. Both teams scraped 1-0 wins in midweek action. Botafogo are on the better run of form at the moment; they are undefeated in eight games and have conceded only one goal in the last five. Internacional at home will not easy though; the recent Copa Libertadores winners have proved they can beat the best.

Bundesliga brawl
VfB Stuttgart-Borussia Dortmund (Germany)
In their 84 meetings to date, Stuttgart have the better record: Stuttgart (38), Dortmund (27), Draws (19). The pairs’ last meeting at the Mercedes-Benz Arena took place on 31 January 2010 with Stuttgart dominating proceedings to claim a 4-1 win. The head-to-head record for the pairs’ last six league games stands at: Dortmund (3), Stuttgart (2), Draws (1).

Tough time for Wanderers
Universidad de Chile-Santiago Wanderers (Chile)
Santiago Wanderers, who were on the wrong end of a 4-0 scoreline at Deportes La Serena this past Sunday, face a tough test when they travel to third-placed Universidad de Chile. Their last meeting ended in a 3-3 draw.

Steelmen take on the Bhoys
Motherwell-Celtic (Scotland)
Motherwell may have finished well behind Celtic in the 2009/10 Scottish Premier League Season, but there was little between the teams’ when they clashed. Motherwell lost 2-3 at home to Celtic and played to a 0-0 draw in Glasgow. The Steelmen drew more games than they won last season - Played (38), Wins (13), Draws (14), Losses (11) - a pattern they will have to break if they aim to upset The Bhoys.

Serie A starts up
Fiorentina-Napoli (Italy)
In an unusual twist to their 2009/10 Serie A seasons, Fiorentina and Napoli suffered home defeats while enjoying away wins against each another. Fiorentina went down 1-0 at home and beat Napoli 3-1 in Naples.

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)