Easter European football tips
FootyOn have picked out five Easter European football tips for April 15-16, ahead of a number of tasty clashes this weekend.
Top domestic leagues in Italy, Germany, Spain and Germany all feature, including the Milan Derby.
The likes of Bayern Munich, Barcelona and AC Milan are all in action on British TV screens.
So, read on to find our Easter European football tips across Saturday and Sunday…
Matches are in order of kick-off time.
Share of spoils in Milan Derby
Live at 11:30 BST on Sky Sports 1
The designated ‘home’ team of these San Siro sides has not won since Inter Milan back in 2012.
They drew earlier this season, while the Nerazzurri are behind the Rossoneri by two points and one place after losing their last two in Serie A.
Back a share of the spoils, therefore, once more at 13/5 with Paddy Power.
Bayern to beat Bayer but both score
Live at 17:30 BST on BT Sport 2
Bayern’s good form has slowed down in recent weeks, having suffered losses to Hoffenheim and Real Madrid in the Bundesliga and Champions League respectively.
Thankfully for them, Leverkusen are way down in 12th and on a much worse run.
It could be close, though, like Bayern’s 2-1 victory over Bayer earlier this season.
Back Carlo Ancelotti’s men to win with both teams scoring once more at 21/10 with betway.
Barca to edge Sociedad
Live at 19:45 BST on Sky Sports 3
Catalonia club Barca and Basque boys Sociedad have had a few intriguing duels in recent years.
The latter have caused much trouble for Barcelona too, having taken points off their much richer opponents in half of their last 12 meetings.
Barca come into this clash on the back of a thumping by Juventus too, while they also lost to Malaga last time out in La Liga.
Still, back Luis Enrique’s men to edge this match by one goal at 10/3 with Sky Bet.
Both teams to score in Bats win
Live at 15:15 BST on Sky Sports 3
Back-in-form Los Che have a great chance of beating Sevilla at the Mestalla on Sunday afternoon.
With three victories in their last three in La Liga, they go into this clash with more confidence than the Bathtubs, who’ve won just one of their previous six.
Valencia have beaten Sevilla at home in each of their last five meetings – with the past four of those involving both teams scoring.
So back that outcome again at 3/1 with Sky Bet.
Marseille and St-Etienne to draw
Live at 20:00 BST on BT Sport 2
A draw (at 5/2 with Paddy Power) is written all over this game.
Marseille are just one place and three points above St-Etienne, who have a game in hand.
Meanwhile, L’OM have drawn each of their last three fixtures in Ligue 1, and Les Verts have done so in three of their past four.
If that’s not all, the duo have also shared the spoils in their last two meetings, and four of their previous six.