Callum Wilson and Michail Antonio could find themselves involved in a dance battle should they both find the net this weekend.
Newcastle, who are still flying high from their incredible 4-1 win over Paris Saint-Germain earlier this week, head to the London Stadium this weekend to face West Ham this Sunday.
Wilson has a habit of scoring against the Hammers, netting a mammoth 12 goals in 13 appearances with Newcastle and his previous club Bournemouth.
It’s fair to say he’s backing himself to do so once again should he make his return following his hamstring injury, too.
Speaking on the The Footballer’s Football Podcast ahead of the clash, Wilson laughed: “Just like the sun rises in the morning, Wilson scores against West Ham!
“Walking over West Ham for years young buck.”
But his co-host Antonio simply smiled and replied: “You ain’t walking right now, man’s limping.”
“You know what, that’s the best bit of banter you’ve had on here all season,” Wilson laughed.
Antonio will also be hoping to score his third goal of the season this weekend, adding to his previous two goals in nine games against the Magpies.
But there was one more pressing issue that the two strikers were then quizzed on – their potential celebrations.
And Antonio grasped the chance to have a cheeky dig at his pal’s side.
“I’m going to do the Kevin Nolan dance, yeah? The chicken dance,” Antonio laughed. “But it’s not going to be a chicken, it’s going to be a magpie.”
Wilson shooked his head, though, replying: “Magpies don’t dance, big man. Have you got any celebrations for me is the question.”
“My go to, the Carlton,” Antonio said.
After a bit of research on what exactly the Carlton dance from the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air was, Wilson accepted the challenge.
“Here we go, I’m going to YouTube it right now,” he said. “Ooo! I’ll do some of that. Is that what you want yeah?”
See you on the dance floor, sorry, football pitch, guys!
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