Liverpool have the opportunity to overtake Manchester City at the top of the Premier League table on Sunday and are highly unlikely to stumble at lowly Fulham.
The Reds have won the last five meeting of the two sides, scoring 16 goals in the process, and in-form Sadio Mane will surely be relishing a chance to add to the six goals he has netted in his last four games.
Mane has scored twice in a game on three occasions in those last four outings, so offers decent value to do so again on Sunday, especially when you consider Mohamed Salah is priced at 9/4 in the same market.
Everton are also in action on Sunday when they welcome Chelsea to Goodison Park, with the visitors unbeaten in the last six meetings of the two teams.
The last two clashes between the two sets of Blues have both ended goalless and the Toffees have kept two clean sheets in their last three games, so another low-scoring encounter could be on the cards.
Meanwhile, the west Londoners have conceded just two goals in their last seven games in all competitions, scoring 16 goals during that time, so they should have the goal power needed to edge the win and boost their hopes of a top-four finish.
On Saturday, Bournemouth, having ended a five-match run without a win, play host to Newcastle United, who have won three of their last four to move six points clear of the drop zone.
The Magpies have earned a win and a draw on their two previous Premier League visits to Dean Court and their current upturn in form suggests they are capable of grabbing at least a share of the spoils this weekend.