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After getting the better of Brighton on Saturday, Burnley were handed a morale boosting victory to go alongside maximum league points and in addition to that, they also moved off the bottom of the table.
While this Wednesday sees them play host to Tottenham and with this being one of their all-important league games in hand, a second successive league win would only aid their Champions League quest further.
Although Tottenham have managed a pair of comprehensive home wins over Burnley in recent times, things have been a lot tighter at Turf Moor and in each of the last three encounters here, there have been under 2.5 goals in total.
Something that I feel will once again be the case after looking at the betting sites and with Burnley doing their best to batten down the hatches, they will not want to give much, if anything away to their travelling opposition,
Which means under 2.5 goals at Turf Moor will once again be the path to tread and if you think like me that will be the case, you can back this outcome at odds of 83/100 (bet365) - a rather tempting price for any midweek Premier League encounter.
After ending a miserable run of league results on Saturday, Burnley manager Sean Dyche will have felt that his players have finally got their just rewards and although the performances have been there recently, unfortunately for them the points have not.
Something that changed for them at the weekend, as they blew apart an in-form Brighton and in doing so, managed to leapfrog Norwich at the foot of the Premier League table. While it was a win that also sees just five points from safety.
While in addition to that, the Clarets still have two games in hand over the pair of Watford and Newcastle and this means at the time of writing, Burnley’s survival destiny is still very much in their own hands.
Of course, the visit of Tottenham is never an easy one and especially when you consider that Antonio Conte’s men have now ended their own barren run of Premier League losses - an end that came courtesy of a sensational win over Manchester City on Saturday.
However, Burnley’s new marksman Wout Weghorst has finally opened his account for the club and with the Dutch forward now getting that important monkey off his back, he will look to cause torment to the Tottenham defence on Wednesday.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Tottenham, Burnley boss Sean Dyche has a clean bill of health to call upon and after his squad got the better of Brighton last weekend, that starting eleven will look to hold on to their positions in the team.
After three successive Premier League defeats, there was no doubt that Tottenham needed to answer back in the best possible fashion and after getting the better of Manchester City last Saturday, they ended up doing exactly that.
Because with Harry Kane once again being a pain in City’s side, he reminded everyone that he is a forward to be feared and it was also a gentle reminder to Pep Guardiola, as the Spaniard tried to sign him last summer.
Of course, Kane will be in Tottenham colours to at least the end of season and if he can help Antonio Conte achieve his target of returning the North London club to the Champions League, it will only help in keeping Spurs’ talisman at the club.
Which is why the trip to Burnley is such an important one and with this also being one of Tottenham’s many games in hand, they know that a win would put them level on points with both West Ham and Arsenal.
Therefore, Tottenham will need to make sure that it is not a case of one step forward and two steps back - something that they have been largely guilty of this season, and this means that nothing less than a win will do at Turf Moor on Wednesday.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Burnley, Sergio Regullion has been struck down by COVID-19 and will miss the trip to Turf Moor, while both Oliver Skipp and Japhet Tanganga are still out injured.
Admittedly there is not the greatest amount of history between these two clubs. Although in recent years, there have been some interesting clashes at Turf Moor and none more so than when then Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino lost his temper with referee Mike Dean - a clash that some say has been the derailing of Spurs since.
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Burnley have won on 41 occasions, Tottenham 51 and there have been 28 draws
With Turf Moor being one of the more rustic stadiums within the Premier League, it is never a particularly nice place to go and because of that, the Clarets will look to use their stadium to an advantage on Wednesday night.
With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England, it means there is no longer the need to show a Vaccine Passport before attending the ground. Which means, match tickets are the only item that is required to be produced at the time of writing.
When looking at the Premier League odds for relegation, Burnley are currently placed at 4/6 and this means that they are currently one of the favourites to suffer the drop at the end of the season.
However, that price could change come the end of their encounter with Tottenham and with both they and their London opposition needing a win for far differing reasons, Turf Moor should certainly be an interesting place on Wednesday night.