Bingham and Cascarino are back with two huge Premier League shouts
Georgie Bingham and co-presenter Tony Cascarino are back with another selection each for this weekend.
The talkSPORT Weekend Sports Breakfast pair have each chosen a top bet for the Swansea City v Everton game – and here’s what they’ve gone for…
Kicking things off this week is Georgie herself, who is making a massive shout…
Despite Manchester City being massive favourites (2/9) to take all three points, she’s fancying Sam Allardyce’s Crystal Palace side to cause an upset.
The Eagles are priced at 10/1 to win this Etihad clash, although she’s bumping up those odds by throwing a Christian Benteke goal into the mix too.
It’s 14/1 for that bet to come in, and were Benteke to lead the visitors to victory, we’ll be giving all returns to Georgie’s chosen charity, Inspire Suffolk.
As for Tony, he’s fancying Swansea to win and Gylfi Sigurdsson to score – something that’s happened on four occasions already this season.
And this might not actually be a bad bet in truth. The Swans are heading into this clash knowing that defeat will see them some five points off safety with two games left to play.
However, Paul Clement’s men head into this tie having picked up four points from their last two games to give themselves a chance at staying up.
That includes a hard-fought draw with Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Failure to pick up three points against the Toffees this weekend could mean their last two performances will count for nothing come the end of the season.
We’re offering odds of 10/3 about that bet landing and, as always, any winnings will be going straight to Tony’s charity of choice, Cancer Research UK.
Ladbrokes’ Nicola McGeady (@NicolaMcGeady ) will 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