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Here are Tom Clee's football betting tips for AFC Wimbledon v West Ham on Saturday night.

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West Ham to win & BTTS

West Ham have already beaten Wimbledon 3-1 in the EFL Cup this season, and that result looks like a good marker for Saturday.

The Hammers have only kept clean sheets in two of their nine away games since then, while Wimbledon – who are bottom of League One – have been involved in the joint-most BTTS home games in their division.

Angelo Ogbonna to score 

All but one of Ogbonna’s six goals for West Ham have come in cup competitions, including one on this ground in August.

He’s one of the few players who will surely be exempt from rotation, so this feels like it’s worth a punt.

Robert Snodgrass to be carded

Snodgrass is likely to get a run-out, having started the last three games on the bench.

With seven yellows already, West Ham’s most-carded player could easily get another while trying to force his way back into Manuel Pellegrini’s first-team plans.

Anthony Wordsworth to be carded

Wordsworth has also picked up seven cautions this season, as well as a straight red against Chelsea Under-21s in the EFL Trophy.

Four of those have come in his last four starts, so whether he plays from the off or is sent on to shake things up a bit, he’s a great bet to have his name taken.

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