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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.

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.

Hammers Chat got the 2019/20 fund up and running with a 9/2 winner on the 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 20/1 winner on the 1-1 draw with Sheffield United, winning £1000, which was doubled by Betway for a running total of £2450 for the season.

Here are the three fans' football tips for Wolves v West Ham:

@WestHamFansFC: Both teams to score, Andriy Yarmelenko to score anytime and Declan Rice to be carded

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.

Manager Matt Dilworth says: "I expect there to be a few changes in the starting XI, but I’m hoping we can use Saturday as a springboard for another unexpected result.”

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@hammers_chat: Match to be a draw, both teams to score, Aaron Cresswell to be carded, over 1.5 Wolves cards and over 2.5 corners for each team

Geo is representing Hammers Chat, a West Ham forum made by fans, for fans with their own YouTube channel.

Geo says: "Aaron Cresswell will find himself against one of the fastest and strongest players in the league in Adama Traore on Wednesday, which may lead to a card.

"With a bit of confidence from the win at Chelsea, we could and possibly should be looking to walk away with a share of the points.”

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@theribman: West Ham win, both teams to score, Michail Antonio first goalscorer and over 8.5 corners

Mark Gevaux,'The Ribman', is back outside the stadium and now he’s also inside! He will be outside Hackney Wick overground station near the London Stadium for every West Ham United game, in the Boleyn Lounge and block 110.

Mark says: "I must admit even being as optimistic as I am, I really didn’t expect Saturday’s result. I really hope we can get another three points in this tough game.”

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