Godoy Cruz vs. Platense (Wednesday, 7.30pm)
The hosts are currently unbeaten in nine home matches, while Platense will be hoping to bounce back from a narrow defeat at home last time out.
We say: Godoy Cruz 1-0 Platense
Godoy have enjoyed a good recent run of form, and they should be confident of taking their momentum into a home match against Platense this Wednesday.
The Calamar are enduring an inconsistent spell at the moment, and we feel they will be edged out narrowly at Estadio Victor Antonio Legrotaglie in this one.
Tigre vs. Banfield (Wednesday, 9.00pm)
The hosts, meanwhile, will attempt to claim consecutive victories after edging out Argentinos Juniors in their most recent outing.
We say: Tigre 1-0 Banfield
Tigre may have lost four of their last five league matches, but we think they may take advantage of Banfield's poor away record to claim a narrow victory in Wednesday's contest.
Rosario vs. Estudiantes (Wednesday, 10.00pm)
The hosts could leapfrog the visitors in the table with a victory, which could see them move up to fifth in the table, depending on results elsewhere.
We say: Rosario Central 2-2 Estudiantes
Both teams have not been at their best in recent weeks, and they are only separated by two points in the league table, so the most likely result is a draw.
Given that Rosario have struggled defensively so far this season, keeping just one clean sheet in their last seven games, it would not be a surprise if it is a high-scoring game.
Racing vs. San Lorenzo (Wednesday, 11.30pm)
The away team are battling towards the top of the league, but they will need to be wary of dropping even more points against the hosts, who are unbeaten in their last five league games.
We say: Racing Club 2-1 San Lorenzo
Despite San Lorenzo's recent return to winning ways in the league, their overall impressive season seems to be faltering, while Racing Club have been in brilliant form, securing significant victories in their last two matches. The hosts have a slight advantage in this clash, which should give them the edge to secure all three points.
River Plate vs. Colon (Thursday, 1.30am)
The hosts saw their lead at the top of the league trimmed to nine points following an unexpected 3-1 loss to Barracas Central last weekend, while the visitors suffered a deflating 4-0 home defeat to Racing Club.
We say: River Plate 2-0 Colon
Colon have not won any of their last five away matches and failed to score in four of them, while the champions-elect are on an eight-match winning streak at home and have kept six clean sheets during that run.
With such contrasting forms, it is unsurprising that the hosts are the clear favourites coming into this match, and we expect that they will record a fairly straightforward win in this one.