Charity #BetYourWay: West Ham v Arsenal 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 from the We Are West Ham podcast who will provide #BetYourWay football tips 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 three Hammers fans: Will Pugh, James Jones and Reece Bayliss.
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 Isla’s Fight, DT38 and Bobby Moore Fund.
The We Are West Ham podcast was born out of a live Hammers radio show that James Jones and Will Pugh used to broadcast to the nation.
On Sunday afternoon, West Ham host Arsenal at the London Stadium. The Gunners come here in flying form having beaten Man Utd last Saturday and will arrive in east London fresher than the Hammers, who played on Thursday night in the Europa League.
Will Pugh: Over 3.5 goals, over 0.5 goals in each half, a penalty to be awarded in the match
Will says: "I really don’t know how this could turn out. With our focus clearly on the Europa League, we could end up resting lots of the first team and it could be a little easier for Arsenal than we’d like."
James Jones: Both teams to score, over 2.5 goals, Said Benrahma to have 2+ shots on target
James says: "Benny was silky when he came on against Frankfurt and nearly scored a cracker from outside the box. I think he’ll start on the left and will look for more of the same to try and earn a place in next Thursday’s starting XI."
Reece Bayliss: Over 2.5 goals, Tomas Soucek to have 2+ shots on target, over 9.5 Arsenal corners
Reece says: "Soucek didn’t show up on Thursday, but that’s not to say that he can’t be of huge importance to us on Sunday. We know he’s good in the air and I think he’ll get forward a bit more, especially if he plays and we’re resting a few other players."