Although five out of this week's top ten predictors hailed from Argentina, it was Colombian nhcubillos who topped the Round 27 standings with a formidable tally of 644 points.
As well as guessing the outcomes of seven games correctly, he was also spot on with the scoreline of Rosario Central's 2-1 win over River Plate, which earned him a massive 189 points.
Behind him finished Albiceleste trio TheCuervo, poncho64, and Eureka with 638, 608 and 603 respectively, while in sixth and seventh positions stand rogeoscar (587) and excursio21 (581). Ironically, all of these totals would have beaten last week's winner sumodd who earned 536 points - and signed shirt from a FIFA World Cup™-champion in the process.
However, this week it's only nhcubillos who gets the shirt, The Cuervo wins the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany book entitled 'The Final Day' together with the DVD 'The Grand Finale', as do the other winners from FIFA's other five confederations: detlefr from Germany (Europe), kiana2008 from Iran (Asia), charles555 from South Africa (Africa), halifax from Canada (CONCACAF) and elcoco from New Zealand (Oceania).
MPear11 extended his lead at the top of the standing by 32 points after gaining 290 points this week. DanielOlaf found himself forced out of the top three by Canadian jabulail, while it proved to be an excellent week for English tipster eyinmisan, who was one of Europe's top predictors this week with 492 points.
With three rounds left to play, could he be hitting form at just the right time?
Next week's games include a title decider in England as Chelsea and Manchester United meet at Stamford Bridge, David Beckham's LA Galaxy take on Chivas USA, while there will be thrills and spills in Turkey as Galatasaray and Fenerbahce go head to head.
Round 28 games - 26 and 27 April
Golden Arrows-Kaizer Chiefs
Kyoto Purple Sanga-Urawa Red Diamonds
Deportivo La Coruna-FC Barcelona
Daegu FC-Incheon United
Los Angeles Galaxy-Chivas USA
Bayern Munich-VfB Stuttgart
San Lorenzo de Almagro-Boca Juniors
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