Derbies in Belgium, Brazil and Chile, along with a heavyweight duel in England, headline Round 7 of the FIFA World Leagues Predictor. takes its customary look at the big games.

Match of the week
Chelsea-Liverpool (England)
The last time these teams met in London, spectators were treated to an unforgettable 4-4 draw. That result proved enough to send Chelsea into the semi-finals of the 2008/09 UEFA Champions League, but it will be Premier League points at stake on Sunday. The Blues are second, largely thanks to the irresistible form of Didier Drogba, while Fernando Torres has been thriving for the third-placed Reds. Although Chelsea are the favourites, a Liverpool victory would return 27 more points.

The derbies
Club Brugge-Anderlecht (Belgium)
The winner of this derby will finish the weekend top of the Jupiler Pro League. Leaders Anderlecht will be looking to dent second-placed Club Brugge's unbeaten home record (four games without loss). The odds are relatively even, with a draw offering the highest return of 73 points.

Flamengo-Fluminense (Brazil)
It's time for another Fla-Flu derby. The last one ended in a 0-0 draw, but this time round the odds are stacked against Fluminense, who are currently propping up the Brasileirao having won just four times in 26 outings. Flamengo, in eighth, are therefore the heavy favourites, although a draw would earn its backers almost 90 points.

Colo-Colo-Universidad de Chile (Chile)
Despite occupying a mid-table spot in comparison to Universidad de Chile's sixth place on the Primera Division table, Colo-Colo are favourites in El Superclasico. Their last meeting on 19 June saw Colo-Colo enjoy a comfortable 3-1 win in front of the La U faithful.

African duel
Kaizer Chiefs-Ajax Cape Town (South Africa)
Both Chiefs and Ajax have started their season with mixed results. Chiefs appear to be the weaker side at the moment, having lost four times in eight games. Back Amakhosi to surprise in Cape Town and you could claim 82 points.

Next week
Another series of 2010 FIFA World Cup South™ qualifiers steal the show next week. Be sure to play the next round of the McDonald's FIFA World Cup Predictor and Fantasy games.