Fulham vs Liverpool odds: Best bets for Sunday's Premier League games and FA Cup on BBC One

I’ve had two meaningful votes now and still can’t decide if this whole leapfrog title-race thing favours Liverpool or Manchester City .

There is a third option of course – the so-called Beery Amendment – which would seek to command a cross-party working majority for having a quick pint at this moment in our island story.

It’s a sobering thought as Jurgen Klopp’s side go to Fulham (2.15pm), that the Reds now ‘play first’ all the way to May, until the final two rounds of games.

This will surely be very important. Unless it isn’t.

In this fog of cluelessness and wtf rules, punters can only remain strong, stable and focused on facts.

Fulham have conceded 32 goals in their 11 games against Big Six sides this season.

But Liverpool have struggled with tiddlers on the road. They might need a Plan B. Klopp’s got a good one in set-piece weapon Virgil van Dijk.

Punt him each-way ‘first goalscorer’ at 18/1 (Bet365).

There’s no place like home, as Everton found out at St James’ Park last week.

Feebly surrendering a two-goal lead to lose at Newcastle looked bad, but in their defence it was 11 men against 50,000-odd.

There’s surely only two places where Toon’s ‘offside’ winner would ever be given – and the other’s Rafa Benitez’s back garden on his birthday with his dear old mum running the line while holding a glass of fizz.

Whether Everton fans can put some bubbles back in these Toffees for the visit of Chelsea (4.30pm) is such a key ‘unknowable’ that this one’s a real banana skin for punters.

Only the fruitiest prices appeal. Pick of that bunch is Michael Keane at 45/1 ‘first scorer’ and 19/1 ‘anytime’ (both Paddy) – his set-piece threat is a good fit today.

Millwall fans prepare to welcome the licence-fee payer as BBC One goes to the Den this afternoon (2pm).

But if offensive ‘songs’ by the rabid dogs of broken Tory Britain’s zombie apocalypse is your idea of family viewing you’ll have to turn over as The Voice UK is on ITV.

Chris Hughton and Brighton have all the right notes in the right places, but with extra-time, and the Den roaring, I’ll bet a 12/5 DRAW (90min) .