FIFA.com takes a last look at Round 10 of the FIFA World Leagues Predictor before the approaching deadline. Remember to get those predictions in before 00:00 (GMT) on 30 October.

Match of the week
Mainz-Borussia Dortmund (Germany)
Germany’s top two clash on Sunday with only two points separating them in the Bundesliga. Both sides were knocked out of the German Cup this week by lower league opposition and will be looking to regain domestic pride by securing top spot. In their last six head-to-head league encounters - spanning from 2005 to 2010 - Mainz are undefeated against Dortmund with two wins and four draws.

Joust for the summit
Racing Genk-Anderlecht (Belgium)
The Belgian Jupiler League is also the stage for a battle between the top two. Current leaders Racing Genk host second-placed Anderlecht with five points separating the pair on the leaderboard. Genk lost their first match of the season last weekend in a 1-0 loss away to Kortrijk. Can reigning champions Anderlecht capitalise on Genk’s sudden slip and narrow the gap at the top to two points?

Unusual leaders
Palermo-Lazio (Italy)
With a 2-0 loss to Sampdoria in August their only 2010/11 Serie A defeat to date, Lazio are very much the team to beat in Italy. The Romans enter Sunday’s match after a comfortable midweek 3-0 win over Portogruaro in the fourth round of the Coppa Italia. Lazio may lead the league, but Palermo are faring better on the Top Scorers leaderboard. Josip Ilicic and Javier Pastore are on four goals each, only three goals shy of current top scorer Samuel Eto’o. The closest Lazio challenger is Sergio Floccari (three goals). Last season the sides drew 1-1 at Lazio and Palermo won 3-1 at home.

South African heavyweights
SuperSport United-Kaizer Chiefs (South Africa)
Only five games into South Africa's new Premiership season and defending champions SuperSport are already five points off the pace. SuperSport have averaged just one goal a game thus far and will have to step it up against a Chiefs outfit that has conceded only once in five games and is yet to be defeated this term.

Colombian clash
America-Cucuta (Colombia)
A midtable tussle takes place in Colombia’s top tier on Sunday. Visitors Cucuta have recorded only one point from their last five away games. In contrast, hosts America beat fourth-placed Nacional and drew with fifth-placed Quindio in recent home fixtures. Cucuta are the longshot choice, offering an 85 point return for a surprise win.

Round 10 fixtures (30 and 31 October)
Kastrioti-Dinamo Tirana (Albania)
Manchester United-Tottenham Hotspur (England)
Internacional-Santos (Brazil)
Barcelona-Sevilla (Spain)
Tigres-Jaguares (Mexico)
Palermo-Lazio (Italy)
SuperSport United-Kaizer Chiefs (South Africa)
Mainz-Borussia Dortmund (Germany)
Racing Genk-Anderlecht (Belgium)
America-Cucuta (Colombia)