There’s a weekend of fantastic football action taking place ahead of us, but it’s Tottenham’s visit to Manchester City which is catching the eye of talkSPORT Weekend Sports Breakfast Presenter Georgie Bingham.
Her exclusive bet with Ladbrokes this weekend is a wincast of Harry Kane to score and Tottenham to win at 7/2, with Help For Heroes’ Georgie’s charity of choice.
The Spurs striker has been in sensational form with nine goals in as many games, and he heads to the Etihad this weekend as part of a Lilywhites side who have won their last three meetings with Manchester City.
This weekend Georgie’s up against former Chelsea star Tony Cascarino, who’s also gone for a Tottenham wincast – but on a different player.
For Tony, it’s all about Christian Eriksen. He may have been a little quiet in front of goal of late, but having netted five times in as many games at the close of 2016, the former Republic of Ireland international is backing the 24-year-old to get back among the goals – and lead his side to victory at 11/2.
Tony’s bet is in aid of Cancer Research, so he’ll be hoping Eriksen can do a good deed for more than just the travelling Spurs support.
Are you in agreement with Georgie and Tony’s wincasts? Can Spurs and their star creative men do the damage against Pep Guardiola’s men?
Whatever your verdict on that front, check out the fantastic work done by @HelpForHeroes, who continue to provide fantastic support for our wounded, injured & sick Service personnel, veterans and their families.
And why not do the same for Cancer Research – @CR_UK – who pioneer incredible scientific research in the quest to find a cure for cancers.
Ladbrokes PR Manager Jessica Bridge (@LadsJess) will be joining Georgie on the show tomorrow morning. So make sure you tune in to find out who’s hot, who’s not, and what’s being backed this weekend.
Click here to back Georgie’s selection and here to get on Tony’s.
Don’t forget to tune into the Weekend Sports Breakfast, every Saturday and Sunday morning on talkSPORT.
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