Atletico Mineiro vs. Cuiaba (Sunday, 8.00pm)
Mineiro put together a convincing 4-0 win over Fortaleza in the first leg of their Copa do Brasil semi-final encounter, while Dourado lost in a penalty shootout to Brasiliense in their Round of 16 game at the Copa Verde.
We say: Atletico Mineiro 1-0 Cuiaba
Thanks to their big victory in midweek, Cuca and his side can put all of their attention into maintaining their lead atop the Brasileiro standings, so we should see most of their regulars featuring on Sunday and likely getting a rest in their second Copa do Brasil leg next week.
Cuiaba know how to defend, and they have done so brilliantly all season, shutting out the likes of Flamengo and Palmeiras already this year, but Mineiro are just as good in that department, conceding the fewest goals this season (19) and with so many attacking options they should be able to bury at least one of their chances.
Internacional vs. Corinthians (Sunday, 8.00pm)
The hosts head into the weekend in sixth position, while Corinthians sit a place lower, and both sides are aiming to finish in the top four to qualify automatically for next season's Copa Libertadores.
We say: Internacional 1-1 Corinthians
With the sides on the same number of points, this is close contest, but given the fact that five of the previous six meetings between the two have ended all square, we think this encounter will end in a draw.
Bragantino vs. Sao Paulo (Sunday, 10.15pm)
The six-time Brazilian champions are unbeaten in eight straight league matches, while Massa Bruta have not lost in Serie A since late September and are currently unbeaten in seven consecutive fixtures in all competitions.
We say: Bragantino 2-1 Sao Paulo
Bragantino have been somewhat under the radar this month, and that seems to suit them just fine as they are playing a lot looser and finding a way to earn points regularly.
Sao Paulo are still searching for their identity and discovering what that is may take longer than most fans would like.
Bahia vs. Chapecoense (Monday, 12.30am)
Chapecoense are rooted to the foot of the table, having only won once this season, and their fate is looking likely to end in relegation as they are 15 points behind Bahia.
We say: Bahia 1-1 Chapecoense
Despite Chapecoense picking up slightly fewer points than Bahia in their last six games, the bottom-placed side have tested some of the top teams in the Brasileiro, which they can take confidence from.
Bahia are expected to be more nervous for this encounter as they arguably have more to lose, with Chapecoense already likely to be relegated, which suggests that the visitors could earn a point from Monday by taking advantage of any nerves from their hosts.