Charity #BetYourWay: West Ham v Wolves football tips
For every West Ham game this season, three well-known Hammers fans will give their tips to try to win and money for charity.
We've brought together three Hammers fans, who will provide #BetYourWay football tips for every West Ham game this season, in an attempt to win money for a charity that is close to their hearts.
We will place a £50 bet on each of their selections, with all profits donated to Isla’s Fight.
You can create your own bet for every Premier League match this season with #BetYourWay. Simply tweet us your request @betway using the hashtag #BetYourWay, and we'll get it priced up before kick-off.
@Baz1980WHU got the fund up and running last week with his £125 profit on the away game at Arsenal – remember that Betway will be matching all profits as a donation.
@Baz1980WHU: Both teams to score, Over 7.5 corners, Felipe Anderson to score
Baz is a home and away season ticket holder who has been raising money for #teamisla
"Saturday sees us back at the London stadium taking on Wolves who will be buzzing after picking up a point against Manchester City last weekend.
"This isn’t an easy game in my opinion but I feel we’re both good for a goal so I’ve selected BTTS. The game will be end to end I’m sure with both teams’ wide players seeing a lot of the ball and I believe this will lead to over seven corners in the match too.
"After a good performance for us last weekend at Arsenal and again when he came on Tuesday I’m going to go with Anderson to score at anytime too.
"Fingers crossed we get our first league win or the season. COYI"
@Hammers_chat: Goal in both halves, both teams over 2.5 corners, over 2.5 cards
Geo is representing Hammers Chat: a West Ham forum, made by fans for fans, with their own YouTube channel.
"Just one West Ham corner away from landing last weekend’s #BetYourWay but hopefully we can go one better this time around.
"Both sides were unlucky not to get more last weekend against Arsenal, and Man City but can take a lot of positives from the matches into this weekend.
"Wolves' midfield will cause West Ham problems, but the Hammers need to get something from this game after this defeats so you can expect goals.
"Chris Kavanagh, Saturdays referee, handed out 3.5 cards on average per game last season and these sides are no strangers to picking up cards!"
@theribman: West Ham to win, both teams to score, Aaron Creswell to score
Mark Gevaux - “The Ribman” - will be at the London Stadium for every West Ham United game.
"I’ve been lucky when I’ve selected Cresswell before and hopefully he’ll score again, he’s due a goal and getting forward well.
"This is such a big game before the international break and I fancy us to win."
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