Bingham and Cas are torn between Tottenham and Chelsea this weekend

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It’s no surprise to see the biggest game of Saturday is the subject of talkSPORT duo Georgie Bingham and Tony Cascarino’s weekend charity bets.

And it seems the pair have differing views on how said game will pan out.

Cascarino has had a solid 2017 as far as winning wincasts are concerned, and he’s Team Tottenham for the evening kick-off at Wembley Stadium.

But he’s making things interesting and upping the odds a tad by throwing in a goal from Harry Kane too.

That’s currently available at 10/3, but there’s plenty of sense in picking that outcome. After all, he’s already netted three goals in two Emirates FA Cup outings this year.

And should Kane steer Spurs to the final, we’ll be giving any returns to Tony’s chosen charity, Cancer Research UK.

But what’s Georgie gone for?

Bingham is backing a different outcome, and it concerns a Chelsea victory with Cesc Fabregas getting on the scoresheet.

He does already have four goals to his name this season – not too shabby for a player who’s started just nine top-flight games.

He’s been used in three of Chelsea Emirates FA Cup games so far this year, so it’s likely he’ll feature at some stage at Wembley.

And we’re going 13/2 about the former Arsenal ace grabbing a goal in a Blues win against their London rivals.

We’ll be giving Georgie’s potential winnings away to Cure for Dylan.

Ladbrokes’ David Williams (@magicsignmanwill be joining Georgie and Tony live on air on Saturday morning, so make sure you’re listening to find out who’s hot, who’s not, and where the money is going this weekend.

Don’t forget to tune into the Weekend Sports Breakfast, every Saturday and Sunday morning on talkSPORT.

Click here to get on either selection.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing

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Alex Apati

Having graduated from Birmingham City University with a degree in Creative Writing with English, Alex joined the News team following a three year stint working for Ladbrokes behind the counter. When he's not watching darts, he's throwing them. Failing that you'll find him YouTubeing Thierry Henry's greatest Arsenal goals.