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Charity bet builder for West Ham v Aston Villa

15 Mar | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Charity bet builder for West Ham v Aston Villa
West Ham United Charity Bet Builder

For every West Ham game this season, the We Are West Ham Podcast will give their football tips to try and win money for charity.

We’ve brought together two Hammers fans from the We Are West Ham podcast who will provide their football bets for every West Ham game in the Premier League this season in an attempt to win money for a charity that is close to their hearts.

The podcast is run by two Hammers fans: Will Pugh and James Jones.

We will place a £50 bet on each of their selections, with all profits donated to the charity of their choice. 

This year, the lads will be donating to DT38 and Bobby Moore Fund. Next up for the Hammers is a home game against Aston Villa.

James Jones – We Are West Ham Podcast – 4/1


Bowen anytime

Over 2.5 goals

James says: “Villa have had a terrific season and despite a set back last time out against Spurs I fear a bounce back in this fixture. I think it will be a fairly open game with both sides still playing for something this season. Bowen scored in our mid week thumping of Freiburg and I fancy him to grab another here in what will probably be a high scoring encounter”

Will Pugh – We Are West Ham Podcast – 33/1

Luiz to score anytime

Bowen to score anytime


Will says: “Villa will want to make immediate amends for their heavy defeat by Spurs and I think they will score. I was going to bet on Watkins to find the net, but with a question mark over his fitness to appear this weekend, I instead turn to Douglas Luiz to find a goal in the 90. I think the Hammers will have their chances, and I am backing Bowen to get his 15th league goal of the season. As much as I would love the 3 points and continue the drive for more European football next season, I think it’s going to be tight affair. and so I finish this week’s bet by backing the draw.”