Flamengo vs. Juventude (Wednesday, 11.00pm)
The home side are currently second in the division, 11 points behind leaders Atletico Mineiro, while Juventude currently occupy 15th, having picked up 28 points from their 25 league games this term.
We say: Flamengo 1-0 Juventude
Flamengo will again be missing some key players for this match, and there is no question that this is a potential banana skin for the home side. Juventude are capable of picking up a positive result, but we believe that Flamengo will just about do enough to secure an important three points.
Atletico Mineiro vs. Santos (Wednesday, 11.00pm)
The visitors sit just two points above the relegation zone and have a need to extend their two-game undefeated streak.
We say: Atletico Mineiro 4-0 Santos
This is the type of game that Atletico Mineiro will be expecting to win if they want to lift the title at the end of the season, and they will likely do it in a dominant fashion.
The league leaders head into this one with immense confidence, while Santos continue to struggle, and the attacking qualities of the hosts should be far too much on this occasion.
Chapecoense vs. Athletico PR (Wednesday, 11.00pm)
The hosts have won only one of their 25 Brasileiro matches so far this term, while the visitors will be looking to secure their 11th victory, as they aim to finish inside the top six.
We say: Chapecoense 1-3 Athletico Paranaense
Paranaense have struggled to break down Chapecoense in their last four meetings against them, though that run could end on Wednesday as the hosts have several players out injured.
With the visitors having more to play for at this stage of the campaign, we expect them to claim all three points away from home.
Fortaleza vs. Gremio (Thursday, 12.30am)
The Lion of the Pici have failed to win any of their last five fixtures on home soil, while the visitors have lost eight games on the road so far this term, which can only be matched by Athletico Paranaense.
We say: Fortaleza 2-1 Gremio
The last three meetings between the two sides have ended as draws, and another closely-fought contest could be played out at the Castelao.
However, as Fortaleza are almost at full strength, in stark contrast to Gremio, we feel that they should have enough quality to return to winning ways here with a narrow victory.
Corinthians vs. Fluminense (Thursday, 1.00am)
The hosts are unbeaten in their last five league matches at the Corinthians Arena, while the visitors have claimed just one victory in their last eight games across all competitions on the road.
We say: Corinthians 2-2 Fluminense
With both sides keeping only one clean sheet in their last eight matches across all competitions, goals are to be expected on Thursday.
Corinthians cruised to a five-goal victory in this fixture last season, though we do not expect such a convincing result this time around. There is little to separate the two teams here and so a score draw could be on the cards in Sao Paulo.
Internacional vs. America Mineiro (Thursday, 1.30am)
The visitors will make the trip on Thursday and they are currently enjoying an eight-game unbeaten streak that has seen them climb into the top half of the table.
We say: Internacional 1-1 America Mineiro
These two teams drew 1-1 last time they played each other, and it could easily be the same result on Thursday as well, with both of them heading into the game in good form.
Each club have been hard to beat in recent weeks and the confidence within the squads will be clear to see in this match, which could lead to them cancelling each other out.