Tomorrow West Ham United travel to the Emirates as both sides seek to gain their first point of the season and while neither have an impressive points tally, they don’t have an impressive defence either. Between them they have conceded 11 goals so far over 4 games and we agree with oddschanger that the bet of the game is for both sides to find the back of the net!  

Oddschanger provide football tips daily after comparing the odds on a daily basis


Aubameyang was unlucky against Chelsea and should really have found the back of the net, something he did regularly during pre season as well as at the end of the Wenger tenure and while 8/11 is perhaps small for an anytime scorer, it could be value. His team mate Mkhiraryan found the net at Stamford Bridge as well as providing the other for Iwobi as is perhaps the value at 21/10.


Graham Scott is the referee in the middle on Saturday as while he is one of the more lenient in the league, he might still be one man in particular a card. Last weekend West Ham picked up 6 bookings against Bournemouth and Wilshere will be under pressure to perform against his former side, particularly with Noble expected to be out and could be against two players who have impressed for the Gunners in Torreira and Guebdouzi. He is priced at 5/2 for a card at anytime or 9/1 to receive the first, with not many cards expected, it could be the value of the afternoon.


Our charity bet for this game is both sides to score, over 3.5 goals, Wilshere to be carded and both sides to have 3 or more corners, this is priced up at 7/1!


Keep your eye on Oddschanger for their daily football tips as well as recommended bets but with their both teams to score punt here, it is difficult to argue with this one!!


Oddschanger provide football tips daily after comparing the odds on a daily basis



Jon Pope

By Jon Pope

Use to sit in the BML for 10 years, been a West Ham fan all my life, and my great grandfather was a founder member of the TIW. I also help run the Hammer Chat website.

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