Round 17 of the FIFA World League's Predictor ushers in a two-week break as leagues around the world stop for the holidays. Can you claim the last Predictor prize of 2010? Make sure you get your predictions in before our deadline.

Premiership showdown
Chelsea-Manchester United (England)
Three draws and two losses in the last five games are not quite the results you would expect from reigning Premier League champions. Chelsea have a chance to put their slump behind them however, when they host Premier League leaders Manchester United. Chelsea trail United by three points, and even more critically, the Red Devils are carrying a game in hand. The Blues will know that this result could play a pivotal role in deciding the league title. Can they bounce back from their recent poor form and hand United their first loss of the season?

Challengers travel
AC Milan-Roma (Italy)
Last season's Serie A runners-up Roma travel to the San Siro on Saturday with ten points separating them from league leaders AC Milan. With the likes of Inter and Sampdoria pressed up against the sixth-placed team, the Romans can ill afford to lose if they want to play European football next year.

French derby
Marseille-Lyon (France)
Didier Deschamps and Claude Puel face selection headaches for Sunday’s massive Ligue 1 game in Marseille with several key players already ruled out due to injury. Lyon are unbeaten in ten league games, while defending champions Marseille have taken a mere two points from their last three league matches. Last season’s clash at the Stade Gerland finished 5-5, while Marseille ran out 2-1 victors when the pair last met at the Velodrome.

Saudi showdown
Al Shabab-Al Qadisiyah (Saudi Arabia)
AFC Champions League semi-finalists Al Shabab are undefeated in five games and enjoyed a 4-1 win against Al Taawun on Tuesday. They will be looking to end their week with a win against relegation threatened Al Qadisiyah. Will Shabab make short work of the visitors?

Old rivals
Ajax-Feyenoord (Netherlands)
Sunday’s De Klassieker has fans in Rotterdam and Amsterdam eagerly anticipating the latest match-up. Ajax are battling it out amongst the Eredivisie’s top four, and are only three points behind league leaders PSV. Feyenoord, meanwhile, are languishing in 13th just five points clear of the relegation zone. Will we see a predictable Ajax win, or can Feyenoord stun the Amsterdam club, gifting backers 93 points.

Round 17 matches (18 and 19 December)
Hapoel Beer Sheva-Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel)
North Queensland Fury-Brisbane Roar (Australia)
Schalke 04-Cologne (Germany)
AEK Larnaca-Apollon Limassol (Cyprus)
Al Shabab-Al Qadisiyah (Saudi Arabia)
AC Milan-Roma (Italy)
Real Sociedad-Valencia (Spain)
Ajax-Feyenoord (Netherlands)
Chelsea-Manchester United (England)
Marseille-Lyon (France)