Charity #BetYourWay: West Ham v Wolves football tips
For every West Ham game this season, three well-known Hammers fans will give their football tips to try and win money for charity.
We've brought together three Hammers fans who will provide #BetYourWay football tips for every West Ham Premier League game this season, in an attempt to win money for a charity that is close to their hearts.
Along with Geo from Hammers Chat and The Ribman, we welcome our friends from West Ham Fans FC as new tipsters for this season.
We will place a £50 bet on each of their selections, with all profits donated to Isla’s Fight.
Betway will be matching all profits as a donation, with last year's total getting boosted to £5,000 and presented to Isla’s family before the charity match at Aveley in May.
Hammers Chat got the 2019/20 fund up and running with a 9/2 winner on the excellent victory at Watford in August. His profit of £225 will be doubled by us to make a starting total of £450.
The Ribman then found a spectacular 20/1 winning selection on the 1-1 home draw with Sheffield United in October, winning £1000 which was doubled by Betway to make £2000.
Hammers Chat added another £175 (matched by Betway to make £350), with a 7/2 winner in the home defeat to Liverpool. He then pulled off the same feat in the return fixture with a 9/4 winner, adding £112.50 (matched by Betway to make £225).
Not content with landing that huge 20/1 winner earlier in the season, The Ribman took his tipping to new levels with an astonishing 33/1 winning #BetYourWay in the 3-1 win over Southampton, adding £1650 (matched by Betway to make £3300).
This makes a running total for the season of £6325, smashing last year’s haul with plenty of games remaining.
The Premier League is back and here are the three fans' football tips for West Ham v Wolverhampton Wanderers:
@WestHamFansFC: Over 2.5 match goals, Sebastien Haller and Raul Jimenez both to score at any time
West Ham Fans FC are the official West Ham United supporters' team and starred in Betway’s Academy of Football. They play fans from other teams throughout the season and you can follow their progress on their Twitter account. New players are also welcome to get in touch.
Manager Matt Dilworth says: “I think we could see lots of goals as football returns in an unfamiliar atmosphere.”
@hammers_chat: Match to be a draw, over 3.5 Wolves corners, BTTS, Aaron Cresswell to be carded
Geo is representing Hammers Chat, a West Ham forum - made by fans for fans - with their own YouTube channel.
Geo says: “I think the enforced break will act as a bit of a leveller and I wouldn’t be surprised to see this game finish level as well.”
@theribman: West Ham to win by two or more goals, Manuel Lanzini to score first, BTTS, over 9.5 match corners
Mark Gevaux “The Ribman” has served many Hammers’ fans on matchday and sells ‘the best ribs in London’ via his website www.theribman.co.uk.
Mark says: “It’s paid off this season for me to be optimistic with some nice priced winners, I’m going for another big win here.”
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