The final round of FIFA World Leagues Predictor Season 4 has arrived. By the end of the weekend one talented predictor will have claimed our Grand Prize, a trip for two to the 2014 FIFA World Cup™ in Brazil!

Also up for grabs this weekend is our final weekly prize of a full national team kit of the round winner’s choice. The Round 35 menu promises a spectacular end to the season and includes a classic derby, a Dutch title decider and a European qualification battle in England.

A new face in first place
After two weeks in second place djps150 has lunged into the lead as the finish line approaches. Clipping at the Venezuelan predictor’s heels, however, are a number of powerful contenders. Can djps150 hold on to win the Grand Prize? Only 308 points currently separate first place from tenth on the overall leaderboard and any number of predictors could come out on top!

Match of the week
Ajax-Twente (Netherlands)

The league title will be decided on the final day of the season much to the delight of Eredivisie fans. Defending champions Twente hold a one-point lead over Ajax going into the match at the Amsterdam ArenA. The pair met on Sunday in the KNVB Beker final. Twente striker Marc Janko was the hero of the day, coming off the bench to score an extra-time winner in the 3-2 thriller. Will Twente do the double or can Ajax snatch the league?

Battle at the Bombonera

Boca Juniors-River Plate (Arsenal)
Argentina’s Superclasico grips Buenos Aires on Sunday. In their last ten meetings - reaching back to 2006 - the bitter city rivals head-to-head record stands at: Boca Juniors (3), River Plate (3), Draws (4). River Plate defeated Boca 1-0 in their last meeting back in November 2010. Which side will you back in the upcoming Bombonera battle?

European hopefuls
Liverpool-Tottenham Hotspur (England)
Liverpool’s 5-2 demolition of Fulham on Monday and Tottenham’s 1-0 loss to Manchester City on Tuesday have seen Spurs surrender fifth place in the league table. Spurs will have to defeat the Reds at Anfield if they plan to qualify for next season’s UEFA Europa League. Spurs are massive underdogs on the road returning roughly 85 points for a win.

Round 35 fixtures (14 and 15 May)
Hapoel Tel Aviv-Maccabi Tel Aviv  (Israel)
Getafe-Osasuna (Spain)
Vegalta Sendai-Jubilo Iwata (Japan)
Standard Liege-Anderlecht (Belgium)
Boca Juniors-River Plate (Argentina)
Ethnikos Olympiakos Volos-Panathinaikos (Greece)
Seattle Sounders-Portland Timbers (USA)
Ajax-Twente (Netherlands)
Liverpool-Tottenham Hotspur (England)
Napoli-Internazionale (Italy)