Round 19 of Predictor proved tough and a number of results surprised even the most accurate of predictors. Osasunaale claimed the round with 498 points but only scored on five of the nine available fixtures. How did you fare in one of the more challenging rounds of the season? Let us know by submitting a comment at the bottom of this article.

With Round 20 upon us, it’s time to look at some of the high-profile fixtures.

Champions pick up pace
Udinese-Internazionale (Italy)
Defending Italian champions Internazionale have been playing catch up after taking a leave of absence from league duty in December to compete at the FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2010. Inter currently sit in fourth, six points behind Serie A leaders AC Milan. The Nerazzurri, however, have a game in hand. New Inter coach Leonardo has enjoyed five wins in his five matches since taking over. Will Inter make it six on Sunday?

English hopefuls
Blackpool-Sunderland (England)
The pair last met in late December with Blackpool beating hosts Sunderland 2-0. This time around visitors Sunderland will be hungry for the win perched as they are just outside the European qualification zone. They will however have to brush aside their poor away record this season - just two wins from 11 starts. As the hosts proved in a 2-1 win against Liverpool earlier this month, they are not to be taken lightly at home.

Quarter-final repeat
Cruz Azul-Pumas UNAM (Mexico)
Cruz Azul and Pumas UNAM last met at the quarter-final stage of Mexico’s 2010 Apertura. The two-legged affair saw Cruz Azul win the first leg 2-1. UNAM fought back, however, winning the second-leg 2-0 and progressing to the semi-finals thanks to a 3-2 aggregate. A Pumas win at Cruz Azul is a risk many predictors will surely be willing to take, considering the potential return is about 82 points! A home-side win only returns around 36 points.

Round 20 fixtures (22 and 23 January)
Gold Coast United-Newcastle Jets (Australia)
Blackpool-Sunderland (England)
Cologne-Werder Bremen (Germany)
Lens-Caen (France)
Cruz Azul-Pumas UNAM (Mexico)
Udinese-Internazionale (Italy)
Bloemfontein Celtic-Kaizer Chiefs (South Africa)
UD Almeria-Osasuna (Spain)
AA Gent-Lokeren (Belgium)
Deportivo Anzoategui-Deportivo Tachira (Venezuela)