Are you tired of fatiguing week? Just breathe deeply and remember: Easter weekend has started. Now it’s time to relax with your relatives and as well to have some betting fun on OneHash! Read another episode of “Your weekend with OneHash”, our column with the most interesting sport events previews of upcoming three days of April.

  • Can Man Cit gather up after Champions League’s exile?
  • Will Neymar’s return finally give PSG the title?
  • Are days of upsets in the NBA numbered?

Orlando Magic - Toronto Raptors, Saturday 1:00 CEST, Amway Center (Orlando)

The team from Toronto somehow bounced back after shocking Game 1 loss and dominated Orlando in Game 2 by 29 points. Now the series is heading to Florida and Magic are hoping for at least one more surprise. This hopes might be vain because it’s hard to imagine Raptors playing again as bad as in Game 1. Highly criticized Kyle Lowry silenced a public opinion in Game 2, scoring 22 points with seven assists and four rebounds. Nevertheless remember how good Magic have been at their homeground. They have won all of their last nine games at Amway Center.  This series might only heat up in upcoming matches. Including next one.

OneHash prediction: Raptors

Manchester City - Tottenham, Saturday 13:30 CEST, Etihad Stadium (Manchester)

It’s time for a third act of rivalry between City & Tottenham. Two teams have played against each other in the Champions League’s quarter-finals which ended with a big surprise. The Spurs eliminated The Citizens on Wednesday, after breathtaking seven-goal thriller at the Etihad Stadium. The match ended with a VAR controversy that denied City a place in Europe’s best four. Yes, it was very entertaining clash between those two and there is no indication that Saturday’s hit will be different.

Now, when the Champions League’s dreams are dead and gone, Premier League becomes City’s priority. Bearing in mind Liverpool’s easy-peasy-trip to Cardiff, Pep Guardiola’s players have to win on Saturday to uphold title’s race. Nevertheless, are they going to forget the nightmare from Wednesday? Leaving behind those kind of trauma won’t be a piece of cake.

Yep, it gets better with Titanic musi.

Bayern Munich - Werder, Saturday 15:30 CEST, Allianz Arena (Munich)

Niko Kovac’s side whalloped Borussia Dortmund 5:0 at the beginning of April and then overtaken their rivals at the top of the Bundesliga's table. Since Der Klassiker Bayern played only once, clinching an easy 4:1 victory against Fortuna Duesseldorf last weekend. Bavarians are on their way to seventh consecutive domestic title. Is there any team in Germany that could stop them? On Werder we would rather put a big question mark. It doesn’t matter that Bremen’s side is only one point from sixth place and still didn’t lose a game this year. What matters is that Bayern has finally smell blood and again started to dominate German football. Kovac’s boys have won 15 from their last 17 games in the Bundesliga. The 18th one is in the making.

OneHash prediction: Bayern two goals difference

Newcastle United - Southampton, Saturday 18:30 CEST, St. James Park (Newcastle)

It will be a very interesting clash towards the bottom of the Premier League’s table. Newcastle and Southampton are separated only by just one place and two points. Rafael Benitez’s side is currently at 15th place with 38 points, seven ahead of the relegation zone. Southampton has five more points than 18th-placed Cardiff but still has one more game in hand. After this weekend there will be only three rounds left so winning side from Saturday will be practically safe of staying in the Premier League. You can expect a knife fight St. James Park. No doubt.

OneHash prediction: Draw

Inter - AS Roma, Saturday 20:30 CEST, San Siro (Milan)

Two teams that suffered a half of the season but still managed to be in-top-three-contest in Serie A. Two Italian giants will meet at the San Siro in a battle for the Champions League’s spots. They are separated only by two places and six points, with Inter at the lowest platform of the podium and Roma at 5th position. Both teams have real problems with repeatability. They can easily win a big clash with another Italian giant only to be surprised by average team in the next round. Now, with six games to play, it should be different. Both teams are in at least decent form,  both gaining seven points from their last three matches.

OneHash prediction: Draw

Getafe - Sevilla, Sunday 14:00 CEST, Coliseum Alfonso Perez (Getafe)

This will be a massive game in the race for 4th place in LaLiga. Last Champions League’s spot in Spain is currently occupied by Andalusians but they are only point above Getafe. Since Joaquin Caparros became Sevilla’s coach, the team won four out of five games in LaLiga, including city derby against Real Betis last weekend. Getafe on the other hand is in the middle of a wonderful campaign which surpassed everyone’s expectations at Coliseum Alfonso Perez. Sunday’s hosts are not going to surrender all of a sudden but current form is not on their side. Getafe got only one win from last five domestic matches.

OneHash prediction: Sevilla one goal difference

Paris Saint-Germain - AS Monaco, Sunday 21:00 CEST, Parc des Princes (Paris)

It’s hard to say what happened to players from Paris but it was for sure something really bad. The team dominated has faced a chance to clinch the title in the last three games, failing every time. PSG drew with Strasbourg and lost to Lille & Strasbourg and because of that championship race continues. On Sunday Parisians’ agony might finally end. Everything’s due to planning return of Neymar. Brazilian star has reportedly confirmed he is ready to face Monaco. Neymar’s been out action since January but prior to his leg injury he showed how much he means for PSG. The 27-year-old bagged 20 goals and 11 assists in 23 appearances in this season.

It's way harder without Neymar, right PSG?

Los Angeles Clippers - Golden State Warriors, Sunday 21:30 CEST, Staples Center (Los Angeles)

Californian derby are already heading to Game 4. Clippers were able to overcome largest-in-playoffs-history 31-point deficit in Game 2 but when the two met for the first time at Staples Center, there were no doubt who is the favourite of this tie.

Warriors won by 29 points in LA, confirming that historical blown was only an accident. Now reigning champs want to reclaimed homecourt advantage in the series and probably nothing can stop them from doing it. Not even Demarcus Cousins’s season-ending-injury. Dubs seem to be way over the hump.

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