Independiente vs. Huracan (Sunday, 7.00pm)
The hosts are two points above their forthcoming opponents having averaged exactly one point per game from 21 matches.
We say: Independiente 2-0 Huracan
Huracan's form has been miserable of late, with Battaglia's side failing to even score on numerous occasions, and we can envisage Independiente making it 10 points from 12 from their last four league games at home.
Colon vs. Racing (Sunday, 9.00pm)
With just three points between the two teams in the Argentine Primera Division, there is plenty to play for in this match as the visitors aim to extend the gap.
We say: Colon 0-2 Racing Club
Colon might have the home advantage heading into this match, but Racing Club showcased a brilliant performance in their most recent outing which should allow them to kick on and take all three points this weekend.
Instituto vs. Belgrano (Sunday, 11.00pm)
While the hosts occupy 22nd position in the Argentine Primera Division table, Belgrano currently reside in seventh place after collecting 34 points from 21 matches.
We say: Instituto 1-1 Belgrano
Although Belgrano are 12 points better off than their opponents, they have lost their last four away games, and as a result, we think the visitors will settle for a draw in Sunday's contest.
Banfield vs. Argentinos Jrs (Sunday, 11.30pm)
The hosts are aiming to avoid a fourth consecutive defeat, while the visitors have won their last three league outings.
We say: Banfield 0-2 Argentinos Juniors
Banfield have one of the worst home records in the league and are on a terrible run of form at the moment, so we think the away side will take all three points here.
Argentinos have won their last three and do not look to be slowing down any time soon.
Defensa vs. Tigre (Sunday, 11.30pm)
The teams head into this one off the back of contrasting results in their last outings, but a keenly-contested affair is expected nonetheless.
We say: Defensa y Justicia 2-1 Tigre
Defensa's impressive home record of late makes them big favourites to come out on top here and while we expect anything but a straightforward affair, we are backing the hosts to get the job done come the end of the 90 minutes.
Boca Juniors vs. Sarmiento (Monday, 1.30am)
Israel Damonte's men will head into the game aiming to get one over the hosts, having failed to win any of the last five meetings between the sides since July 2015.
We say: Boca Juniors 2-0 Sarmiento
While Boca Juniors have struggled to get going in the league, they will be backing themselves to see off a Sarmiento side who have failed to win their last five encounters. We predict Almiron's men will pick up from where they dropped off against Monagas and claim all three points in front of their home supporters.