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Charity bet builder for West Ham v Crystal Palace

01 Dec | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Charity bet builder for West Ham v Crystal Palace
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 Crystal Palace.

James Jones – We Are West Ham Podcast – 7/1

West Ham Win

Over 7.5 corners

Paqueta anytime

James says “Roy Hodgson is in trouble after back-to-back defeats against relegation-threatened Everton and Luton, and I can’t see his situation improving away to West Ham. He will be desperate for the win though and therefore I think we will see plenty of efforts at goal from both sides. Plenty of corners keep coming in our games this season and I am jumping on the Over 7.5 line in this fixture. With Bowen still potentially out injured I am backing Paqueta to score at any point in the 90 minutes.”

Will Pugh – We Are West Ham Podcast – 13/2


Souceck anytime

Over 6.5 corners

Will says “This is a big game for Palace and they will come to London Stadium for a result. Despite the fact that Eberechi Eze will be missing for the away side this weekend I envisage a wide open game with chances at both ends. Soucek has been a star performer recently and I hope that continues here. In a game that is likely to involve plenty of end to end action I complete my bet this week with a punt on Over 6.5 corners.”