With only six rounds to go, Season 4 of FIFA World Leagues Predictor is building to an exciting finale. The Grand Prize for this season is a trip for two to the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ in Brazil! There are also still six weekly prizes up for grabs. Finish in first place for any of the remaining rounds and you can claim a full national football team kit of your choice.

The contenders
david150982 has held onto the summit for the past nine rounds, making him a strong favourite to claim the Grand Prize. He enters the next round 216 points ahead of his closest challenger. In second place, SUPERSTOFFEL continues to clip at the heels of the leader. The Belgian predictor has held onto second place since Round 25. Only two other predictors have crossed the 7,000-point mark: Brazil’s rob2501 (third place) and compaq94 (fourth).

As the weekend rapidly approaches, let's take a look at a few of the big games on the Predictor menu for Round 30.

European dreams
Valencia -Villarreal (Spain)
Valencia and Villarreal are both sitting comfortably in third and fourth place respectively in La Liga. With only three points separating the pair, their match on Saturday could very well determine who qualifies directly for next season’s UEFA Champions League and who will have to go through the preliminaries.

Early leaders
Pumas UNAM-Tigres (Mexico)
Pumas and Tigres have had equally solid starts to Mexico’s 2011 Clausura. Both sides have lost only one of their opening 12 games. Pumas have the slightly better record; their seven wins and four draws puts them two points ahead of Tigres. The hosts are undefeated at home thus far. Will Tigres blemish the Pumas campaign or can the hosts pull even further ahead?

Risky business for Swiss
FC Zurich-Grasshoppers (Switzerland)
Zurich's Stadtderby provides predictors with an enticing longshot. Grasshoppers are massive underdogs away to city rivals FC Zurich. Should the upset their hosts, they would return backers around 90 points. The visitors have managed only five wins from 26 games this season, perching them precariously above the relegation zone. Hosts Zurich, meanwhile, are in second place, seven points behind current leaders and defending champions Basel.

Round 30 fixtures (9, 10 and 11 April)
Valencia-Villarreal (Spain)
Hannover-Mainz (Germany)
Lorient-Sochaux (France)
River Plate-Banfield (Argentina)
Pumas UNAM-Tigres (Mexico)
Philadelphia Union-New York Red Bulls (USA)
Aragua-Caracas (Venezuela)
FC Zurich-Grasshoppers (Switzerland)
Club Brugge-Anderlecht (Belgium)
Liverpool-Manchester City (England)