With no fewer than five classic derbies taking place this coming weekend, the Round 11 menu provides a feast of predicting. Get your predictions in before the weekend deadline and try to claim the weekly prize!

Reds against Blues
Liverpool-Chelsea (England)
Two was the magic number for Chelsea against Liverpool last season. The Blues beat Liverpool 2-0 at Stamford Bridge and then visited Anfield on 2 May 2010 - on the cusp of being crowned league champions - to claim another 2-0 win result. In fact, on three recent occasions that Chelsea have completed the double over Liverpool - 2004/05, 2005/06 and 2009/10 - the Blues went on to win the Premier League. Can Liverpool break the recent trend or will Chelsea inch that bit closer to a successive league title?

The Majestic

Sao Paulo-Corinthians (Brazil)
With only six matchdays remaining on the Brasileirao calendar, rivals Sao Paulo and Corinthians meet for a high-stakes Clássico Majestoso (Majestic Classic). Sao Paulo currently sit just outside the qualification zone for the Copa Libertadores, while Corinthians remain in the hunt for the title and are just three points from the summit. The pair's last meeting, at Corinthians, resulted in a 3-0 win for the home side.

Madrid derby
Real Madrid-Atletico Madrid (Spain)
The odds are against Atletico Madrid when they travel to the Bernabeu and face the only team still undefeated in the 2010/11 La Liga. Atletico have not beaten their arch-rivals in a league match in over a decade (Real Madrid 1-3 Atletico Madrid, 30 October 1999). However, Los Colchoneros are enjoying a rich vein of form under Quique Sanchez Flores, winning the 2009/10 UEFA Europa League and, more recently, the UEFA Supercup.

Portuguese classic
Porto-Benfica (Portugal)
Portugal’s most keenly-anticipated fixture takes place on Sunday. Hosts Porto are undefeated this season and have a seven-point lead on second-placed Benfica. Porto defeated the reigning champions on their last league visit to the Dragao Stadium.

Edinburgh set to erupt
Hibernian-Heart of Midlothian (Scotland)
With a rivalry dating back to 1875, the Edinburgh Derby is a historical fixture in the Scottish football calendar. Hibernian may have finished above their rivals last season - a comfortable fourth-place finish - but they have had a difficult start to their recent campaign. The Hibees currently sit second from the bottom, while Hearts are in fifth.

Argentina’s Superclasico
River Plate-Boca Juniors (Argentina)
Boca Juniors and River Plate meet this weekend for another Superclasico in Buenos Aires. River Plate have struggled to kill games off in recent weeks and have drawn their past five matches. The rivals' last meeting at El Monumental ended in a 1-1 draw.

Round 11 fixtures (6 and 7 November)
Rennes-Lyon (France)
Atlante-America (Mexico)
Gyeongnam-Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma (Korea Republic)
Utrecht-PSV (Netherlands)
Hibernian-Heart of Midlothian (Scotland)
Liverpool-Chelsea (England)
Sao Paulo-Corinthians (Brazil)
River Plate-Boca Juniors (Argentina)
Real Madrid-Atletico Madrid (Spain)
Porto-Benfica (Portugal)