Internacional vs. Fortaleza (Sunday, 3.00pm)
The Lions of the Pici currently occupy the final automatic Libertadores spot, whilst their hosts remain hopeful of a place in the Copa Sudamericana group stage.
We say: Internacional 1-2 Fortaleza
Fortaleza are chasing history this season and as an underdog in Serie A, it is easy to underestimate how big of an achievement it would be for them to qualify for the Libertadores.
It will not be easy for them against Internacional, who have continental dreams of their own, yet expect the Lions of the Pici to put up a strong fight.
Sao Paulo vs. Atletico GO (Sunday, 8.00pm)
The visitors' revival has seen them rise back up to 10th spot in the Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A table, while the hosts were recently brought back down to earth after previously recording three straight league wins.
We say: Sao Paulo 1-2 Atletico Goianiense
While Atletico Goianiense have built plenty of confidence with their recent run, their hosts have struggled, and we see those trends continuing with an away win on Sunday.
Barroca's established starting XI boasts plenty of quality and works as a well-oiled machine with limited changes, potentially seeing them outclass a Sao Paulo side lacking momentum as a result.
Corinthians vs. America Mineiro (Sunday, 10.15pm)
The hosts currently occupy the final relegation spot, whilst Corinthians remain confident of qualifying for next season's Copa Libertadores.
We say: Corinthians 2-1 America Mineiro
America-MG have proven in recent times that they are able to get a result over Corinthians and Mancini's men will be confident of causing an upset when they travel south.
However, while their opponents may be enjoying a two match winning streak, Corinthians should be too strong for America-MG, as they look to push on and qualify for the Libertadores.