There are only five rounds remaining in Season 4 of FIFA World Leagues Predictor. That means five chances left to win a weekly prize and, for some challengers, five more chances to try and muscle their way into first place on the overall leaderboard. Our Season 4 winner will walk away with a trip for two to the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ in Brazil. Will it be you?

Leader stumbles
The biggest surprise in Round 30 was overall leader david150982's failure to make his predictions before the deadline. The No1 recorded a 0 score for Round 30 and saw his lead cut from 216 points to only 35 points. There are now a number of challengers within range of the Spanish leader and the final five rounds could be incredibly tight.

The classic
Real Madrid-Barcelona (Spain)
Saturday’s El Clasico will be the first of four upcoming derbies between Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona. (The pair will meet in the Copa del Rey final at the Mestalla next Wednesday and then again in the two-legged semi-final of the UEFA Champions League in late April-early May). The last derby between the two European giants saw a comfortably superior Barcelona win 5-0 at the Camp Nou.

Russian league resumes
CSKA Moscow-Rubin Kazan (Russia)
As a new Russian season gets underway, 2010/11 runners up CSKA Moscow host Rubin Kazan - last season's third-place finisher. CSKA edged out Rubin Kazan in head-to-heads last season defeating them 1-0 away and drawing 0-0 at home.

Italian wishes
Napoli-Udinese (Italy)
Second-placed Napoli, who haven’t won the Serie A in over two decades, continue to breathe down the necks of current leaders AC Milan. Napoli must next defeat a formidable Udinese outfit that are pushing for a place in Europe’s premier competition. The pair’s last league meeting in Naples ended in a 0-0 draw.

Round 31
Moroka Swallows-Vasco da Gama (South Africa)
West Ham United-Aston Villa (England)
Real Madrid-Barcelona (Spain)
CSKA Moscow-Rubin Kazan (Russia)
Union La Calera-Universidad de Chile (Chile)
Bayern Munich-Bayer Leverkusen (Germany)
Napoli-Udinese (Italy)
Paris Saint-Germain - Lyon (France)
Chicago Fire-LA Galaxy (USA)
FC Midtjylland-OB (Denmark)