Guangzhou vs. Wuhan Three Towns (Thursday, 10.30am)
The hosts are looking to avoid a sixth defeat in seven outings so far while the away side set out to record a fourth consecutive victory.
We say: Guangzhou 0-4 Wuhan Three Towns
Wuhan look unstoppable at the moment and Guangzhou are the latest team to try to prevent the juggernaut from rolling on. We are backing the away side to cruise to a comfortable win, scoring plenty of goals en route.
Beijing Guoan vs. Chengdu Qianbao (Thursday, 12.30pm)
The Imperial Guards, on the other hand, head into the game unbeaten in each of their last five outings and will look to keep the ball rolling.
We say: Beijing Guoan 2-1 Chengdu Qianbao
While Beijing Guoan are unbeaten in five straight outings, Chengdu Qianbao are one of just three sides yet to taste victory this season. Given their contrasting form, it is hard to envisage any other outcome than the Imperial Guards coming out with all three points on home turf.
Hebei vs. Wuhan (Thursday, 12.30pm)
On a run of 10 consecutive defeats across all competitions, Hebei play host to Wuhan at the Puwan New District Stadium in round seven of the Chinese Super League on Thursday.
The Han Army, on the other hand, have suffered a slump in form in recent weeks, losing each of their last three outings, and will be looking to end this dry spell.
We say: Hebei 0-2 Wuhan
Hebei and Wuhan head into the game in need of a pick-me-up following their recent string of poor results. Two of the Han Army's three wins this season have come on the road and we are backing them to arrest their slump and return to winning ways against the floundering hosts.