Round 14's matches play out from 27 to 29 November to accommodate Monday’s highly anticipated Clásico between Real Madrid and Barcelona. Get your predictions in before the round deadline and stand a chance to walk away with USD 300 worth of coupons for use in the official FIFA online store.

Match of the week
Barcelona-Real Madrid (Spain)
With only one point separating them on the league table, and a combined tally of 38 goals (Barcelona 21; Madrid 17) in their respective past five league games, the first Spanish Clásico of the season looks set to be a scorcher. Will Jose Mourinho employ a safety first approach to ensure Madrid hold their position at the summit, or will Los Merengues try to cut loose on the Catalans for a potentially title-winning three points?

Lions face Dragons
Sporting-Porto (Portugal)
Porto seem unstoppable this season with the likes of Falcao, Hulk and Silvestre Varela leading the attack and helping the Portuguese giants to 11 wins and one draw in 12 league games. Traditional rivals Sporting currently sit in fourth place and have the opportunity to cut Porto’s lead to ten points on Saturday. Will the Lisbon side inflict the first defeat of the season on their Northern rivals, or will Porto pull even further ahead of the chasing pack?

Penultimate round in Brazil
Corinthians-Vasco da Gama (Brazil)
With only two games left in the Brasileirao, Fluminense and Corinthians are still only separated at the top by a single point. While Flu travel to tenth-placed Palmeiras on Sunday, Corinthians have a seemingly easier task, facing a Vasco da Gama side that have lost their past four away games. A win is crucial for Corinthians, while Vasco are massive, but enticing, outsiders at 90 points to win.

Giants recover in France
Marseille-Montpellier (France)
Marseille have the chance to break into the top four when they host second-placed Montpellier - a team that have never managed to beat the defending champions in a league match played in Marseille. The last time these two sides met in Marseille (September 2009) the hosts enjoyed a 4-2 win. Their Ligue 1 head-to-head record stands at: Played 30, Marseille 10 wins, Montpellier 5 wins and 15 draws.

Tottenham Hotspur-Liverpool (England)
While they may seem to have recovered from their dismal start to the season, there is still no telling which Liverpool is going to show up to play these days with the Reds firing hot and cold in equal measure. They beat defending champions Chelsea 2-0 earlier this month only to then draw with Wigan and lose at Stoke. Hodgson’s team face a difficult test when they travel to Tottenham, who defeated Arsenal 3-2 at the Emirates last weekend.

Wellington Phoenix-Melbourne Victory (Australia)
Melbourne Victory travel this weekend to face 2009/10 third-place finalists Wellington Phoenix. Victory appear to be grappling with a poor run of form that has seen them draw one and lose two of their past three games - the club has just four wins from 16 games, a far cry from past A-League seasons. Wellington have suffered a dip in form of their own. After the New Zealand-based club strung together a record-breaking run of 25 home matches without defeat, they succumbed to Brisbane Roar and then Newcastle earlier this month.

Round 14 fixtures (27-29 November)
Wellington Phoenix-Melbourne Victory (Australia)
AEK Athens-Olympiacos (Greece)
Marseille-Montpellier (France)
Sporting-Porto (Portugal)
Corinthians-Vasco da Gama (Brazil)
Newell's Old Boys-Boca Juniors (Argentina)
Bloemfontein Celtic-Santos (South Africa)
Tottenham Hotspur-Liverpool (England)
Bursaspor-Kayserispor (Turkey)
Barcelona-Real Madrid (Spain)