Charity #BetYourWay: West Ham v Brighton 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 Wednesday evening, West Ham host Brighton at the London Stadium. The Hammers need to bounce back from two league defeats against a side who haven’t won in the Premier League since 19 September. All three lads are sounding confident that West Ham will fly past the Seagulls on this cold December evening.
Will Pugh: BTTS: No, Under 3.5 goals, Arthur Masuaku to score or assist
Will says: "We played well against a very good Man City side on Sunday and we had chances, too. This Brighton side haven’t won for months and I think we’ll find plenty ways through them."
James Jones: West Ham to win, Jarrod Bowen to score anytime, Michail Antonio to have 2+ shots on target
James says: "It should be a clear-cut success for us. We’re much the better side on our best form and we should just have too much for them, with our pace and power-driven front line."
Reece Bayliss: West Ham to score in both halves, Pablo Fornals to score anytime, Over 6.5 West Ham corners
Reece says: "We’ll be looking to attack from the off and we’ll put them under too much pressure. They don’t really score that many, so as long as keep the pressure up, we’ll find ways to score and see them off."
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