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Charity bet builder for West Ham v Wolves

15 Dec | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Charity bet builder for West Ham v Wolves
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 an home game against Wolves.

James Jones – We Are West Ham Podcast – 9/2


Penalty awarded

Kudus anytime

James says “It was great to get back to winning ways in Europe this week and I thought Kudus looked a real, real talent in that game. I’m backing the Ghanaian to score again this weekend in front of a noisy London Stadium crowd. After West Ham’s shocker last time out in the league to Fulham I can unfortunately envisage Wolves finding the net, so both teams to score has to go on my bet slip. Finally with VAR’s ever watching eyes, I complete my bet with a punt on a spot kick being awarded at some point during proceedings.”

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

Soucek any time


More than 6.5 corners

Will says “There can be no doubt West Ham have been untidy at the back recently, conceding seven in our last three league outings. The injury to our number one hasn’t helped matters, and it would not surprise me to a see a side as technically good as Wolves are get on the scoresheet here. Thomas Soucek has had a real impact so far this season, finding the net four times, and always looking dangerous from open play and set pieces. West Ham have one of the highest corner counts per match in the Premiership and I’m backing that to continue in this one.”