After a break for international football FIFA World Leagues Predictor returns this week with Round 29. And what a return it is, with one of the most anticipated matches of the season – the Milan derby - stealing the spotlight.

There are only seven rounds remaining in the latest season of FIFA World Leagues Predictor. That means seven national teams kits still up for grabs and one massive Grand Prize for our overall winner - a trip for two to the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ in Brazil!

Match of the week
AC Milan-Internazionale (Italy)
With only eight games left in the 2010/11 Serie A, AC Milan, Inter and Napoli are pressed tightly together at the summit. Milan are currently in first place, a position they have held for some five months now. The hosts, however, will have to fend off the defending European and Italian champions, if they plan to be in first place after the weekend. Inter are on a hot-streak under the leadership of Leonardo and with the former AC Milan man at the helm Inter have won 14 of their 19 games. The pair last met in November, with AC Milan enjoying a 1-0 victory - their first win against their rivals in four games.

The derby
Benfica-Porto (Portugal)
Portugal is also the stage for a massive European derby this weekend with Lisbon giants Benfica hosting Porto. Undefeated in 24 games, Porto hold a commanding 12 point lead over second-placed Benfica with only six games remaining in the season. The comfortable cushion will do little to dissuade either side from seeking out a win in this derby. The pair last met in February in the semi-finals of the Portuguese Cup with Benfica winning 2-0.

MLS newcomers
Vancouver Whitecaps-Sporting Kansas City (USA)
MLS newcomers Vancouver Whitecaps host Sporting Kansas City on Saturday in their third match of the 2011 MLS season. Both sides have won one and lost one in their opening two games. A Whitecaps win would carry a slightly larger return, while a Kansas City victory would return roughly 53 points.

Round 29 Fixtures (2 and 3 April)
Levante-Malaga (Spain)
Everton-Aston Villa (England)
Timisoara-Steaua Bucharest (Romania)
Twente-PSV (Netherlands)
AC Milan-Internazionale (Italy)
Vancouver Whitecaps-Sporting Kansas City (USA)
Fenerbahce-Bursaspor (Turkey)
Monarcas-Pachuca (Mexico)
Benfica-Porto (Portugal)
Boca Juniors-Estudiantes (Argentina)