Union vs. Platense (Saturday, 6.00pm)
On the other hand, the away side make the trip to Santa Fe aiming to record consecutive victories having returned to winning ways last time out.
We say: Union 1-1 Platense
Union have struggled to get themselves on the scoresheet of late, but we can see them bucking that trend in this one. However, we also back Platense to find the back of the net and come away with a point come the end of the 90 minutes.
Racing vs. Rosario (Saturday, 8.00pm)
The visitors, meanwhile, returned to winning ways against Central Cordoba in their last match.
We say: Racing Club 1-1 Rosario Central
Both sides have drawn plenty of games in recent times, and we can envisage them sharing the spoils once again when they meet this weekend.
Racing will be hoping to go the distance in the Copa Libertadores this season, while Rosario will fancy their chances in the domestic cup, but both managers will be determined to ensure that their league campaigns do not fizzle out with plenty still to play for.
River Plate vs. Estudiantes (Saturday, 11.00pm)
The visitors, meanwhile, will be hoping to return to winning ways after failing to win any of their last five league games.
We say: River Plate 2-1 Estudiantes
River Plate have proven to be an irresistible force at the Estadio Monumental, and we think they will edge out Estudiantes to claim a 10th successive home victory in the Primera Division.