Atletico GO vs. Chapecoense (Saturday, 9.00pm)
The visitors have not recorded a single victory in the league this season, and Pintado's new side are currently 12 points adrift of safety at the foot of the table.
We say: Atletico Goianiense 2-1 Chapecoense
Chapecoense will be desperate to build on the point which they earned last time out and under new manager Pintado, the visitors could pose a threat to the home side.
However, given the sides' league positions, Atletico GO should overcome anything their visitors throw at them and have enough quality to perpetrate a defence which has conceded the most goals in the Brasileiro this season.
Gremio vs. Bahia (Saturday, 11.00pm)
After a poor start to the season, the hosts have started to improve under Luiz Felipe Scolari and will now look to find more consistency, while their visitors go in search of an elusive win after six league outings without a victory.
We say: Gremio 2-0 Bahia
While still struggling for consistency, Gremio have certainly shown signs of improvement recently, and should put another victory on the board to begin rising up the table.
Bahia's confidence will have taken a huge hit following their poor run of league form, and we see them being outclassed by a strong Gremio squad that arguably belongs further up the division.
Juventude vs. Fortaleza (Sunday, 1.00am)
The hosts pulled off an impressive victory over former league leaders Bragantino last time out, while their visitors played out a 1-1 draw after defeating Palmeiras 3-2.
We say: Juventude 1-2 Fortaleza
Juventude have quickly improved to climb the league table, but we expect them to fall just short on Sunday.
Their visitors have consistently looked strong this season, and with the requirement to stay within touching distance of the top two, they should make a quick return to winning ways.