All of the information you need to know ahead of The Claret’s trip to Spurs, with both sides looking redeem a shaky league start
TOTTENHAM will be looking to avenge their Wembley woes when they host Burnley on Sunday afternoon.
Spurs suffered a defeat in their first home game of the season to the same Chelsea side that The Clarets beat 3-2 to kick off their top-flight campaign.
The North London club are using the national stadium as their home for a year whilst the new White Hart Lane is completed.
However, last term’s runners up are failing to find their form at the prolific ground.
After beating Chelsea on the opening day of the season, The Clarets suffered a disappointing 1-0 defeat to West Brom at Turf Moor.
Here’s all the information you need to know about the clash.
What time is kick-off between Tottenham vs Burnely?
The clash at Wembley will take place on Sunday August, 27.
The action will kick-off at 16:00
What TV channel is showing Tottenham vs Burnley?
The match will not be shown live on TV.
Burnley have no new injury worries, with Dean Marney the only predicted absence.
Record signing Chris Wood will be available to play for The Clarets on Sunday following his switch from Leeds for a fee of £17million.
Questions still stand regarding the fitness of Kieran Trippier after the 26-year-old was replaced during the latter stages of the 2-1 defeat to Chelsea.
However, Pochettino has claimed that he is not concerned and believes that he will feature against Sean Dyche’s side.
Spurs have recently shaken up their tactics and reverted back to a safe back four, with Eric Dier and Victor Wanyama creating the central midfield partnership.
Tottenham have won four and lost just one of their previous six Premier League meetings with Burnley
(W4 D1 L1).
o Burnley have suffered a defeat in all three of their Premier League away games at Tottenham Hotspur;
the last two of which have ended 1-2.
o The Clarets’ last league win against Tottenham Hotspur in London came back in October 1974 in the top-
o Burnley will be making their first appearance at Wembley Stadium since the 2008-09 Championship play-
off final, which they won 1-0 against Sheffield United.
o Following their 1-2 defeat to Chelsea on MD2, Tottenham Hotspur have lost seven of their last 10
matches at Wembley Stadium (W1 D2 L7).
o Burnley failed to attempt a shot on target in their MD2 defeat to West Brom. This is the third occasion
since the start of last season that they haven’t attempted a single shot on target in a Premier League
match; no team has failed to do so on more occasions in this period.
o Burnley have won their last two Premier League away matches in London; 2-0 at Crystal Palace in April
and 3-2 vs Chelsea on MD1 – before these two games, they’d picked up just two points in 15 Premier
League trips to the capital (W0 D2 L13).
o Sean Dyche’s side won just one game and seven points from their 19 Premier League away games in
2016-17, but equalled their away win total in 2017-18 on MD1 at Chelsea (3-2).
o Harry Kane has now had 34 shots and played 12 games in the month of August without scoring in the
o Tottenham’s all-time top scorer in games at Wembley is own goals, with Michy Batshuayi’s last weekend
being the fifth netted in favour of them at the Stadium.
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