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Charity #BetYourWay: West Ham v Liverpool football tips


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 Tom Edwards.

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. 

New boy Tom Edwards joined the team last season as We Are West Ham continue to deliver engaging features, well-connected journalists, and famous guests from East London and beyond. Come on you Irons.

On Sunday, the Hammers host Liverpool, who sit just one place above them in the table in fourth. A win for West Ham would take them above Liverpool and back into the top four.

All the lads are hopeful of a strong performance and they are all banking on both teams to score as part of their #betyourway selections.

Will Pugh: Both teams to score, a goal to be scored in each half, over 5.5 total corners 

Will says: “It looks an impossible game to call, but I do have an ominous sense of ‘it’s got to stop somewhere!’ However, I do think both teams will score. COYI!”

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James Jones: Match to be a draw, both teams to score, Pablo Fornals to score anytime 

James says: “It’s a good time to play Liverpool, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to be easy. Fornals just loves a goal against them, so here’s to hoping!”

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Tom Edwards: West Ham to win, both teams to score, Antonio to score first 

Tom says: “If Antonio remembers his shooting boots, I think we have every chance of continuing our brilliant form and claiming another big scalp.”

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