Four rounds are all that remains in Season 4 of FIFA World Leagues Predictor and challengers are giving it their all as they vie for the Grand Prize - a trip for two to the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™! Not in the running for the Grand Prize? Don’t despair, we still have four incredible weekly prizes left which will be awarded to each individual winner of the four remaining rounds.

The challengers
There has been some frantic movement in the overall top ten after Round 31. At the summit, rob2501 has supplanted former No1 david150982. Current runner-up compaq94 is only 25 points behind the new leader and roughly 200 hundred points separate the top ten challengers. At this stage, it looks like we might be in for an incredible race to the finish line!

Match of the week
Rangers-Celtic (Scotland)
With only a handful of games remaining in the Scottish Premier League, Sunday’s highly anticipated Old Firm Derby looks set to decide the outcome of the league title. Celtic are on a formidable run of form, having recently secured a place in the Scottish Cup Final and suffering only one loss to Rangers in the League Cup final in the past 11 games. The big question: will you back blue or green?

Title tussle
Partizan Beograd-Crvena Zvezda (Serbia)
With only seven games left to play in Serbia’s 2010/11 Superliga, Partizan Beograd and Crvena Zvezda are locked at the top of the table on 59 points. The pair meet on Saturday much to the delight of third-placed Vojvodina Novi Sad, who are only three points off the pace. Defending league champions Partizan are strong favourites to win at home, while a Crvena Zvezda coup would return roughly 82 points.

K-League battle
Suwon Bluewings-Gyeongnam FC (Korea Republic)
Gyeongnam edged out Suwon Bluewings by seven points during the regular 2010 K-League season to qualify for the championship playoffs. The Bluewings, however, have already laid down a marker this season by fighting their way into second place. Gyeongnam, meanwhile, have had a checkered start to the new K-League season with three wins and three losses in their opening six games.

Round 32 fixtures (23 and 24 April)
Partizan Beograd-Crvena Zvezda (Serbia)
Bari-Sampdoria (Italy)
Wolverhampton Wanderers-Fulham (England)
Club Rubio Nu-Guarani (Paraguay)
Suwon Samsung Bluewings-Gyeongnam (Korea Republic)
Rangers-Celtic (Scotland)
Feyenoord-PSV (Netherlands)
VfL Wolfsburg-Cologne (Germany)
Sevilla-Villarreal (Spain)
America-Atlante (Mexico)