Burnley and Tottenham will be desperate to capitalize on their huge weekend wins when they face off in their revamped Premier League game.
Sean Dyche’s side ended their 11-game winless streak in the top flight against Brighton as Spurs stunned Manchester City on Saturday.
Burnley hadn’t claimed three points since beating Brentford 3-1 in October before a priceless 3-0 win over the Seagulls.
Antonio Conte’s men, meanwhile, reignited their quest for a Champions League place by bouncing back energetically from three successive defeats to win 3-2 away at champions City.
Burnley v Tottenham: date and time
This Premier League match will take place on Wednesday, February 23.
The Turf Moor match kicks off at 7:30 p.m.
These two sides met in the Carabao Cup Round of 16 in October, where Lucas Moura’s header sealed a 1-0 win for Spurs in Nuno Espirito Santo’s penultimate game in charge. club.
Burnley v Tottenham: talkSPORT commentary
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Adrian Durham will be your presenter while commentary will come from Sam Matterface and former Manchester City defender Danny Mills.
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Burnley v Tottenham: Team news
The hosts are expected to field Maxwel Cornet and Wout Weghorst despite the duo receiving knocks in the win over Brighton.
Charlie Taylor remains in doubt, as does the availability of COVID-positive pair James Tarkowski and Ashley Westwood.
Johann Berg Gudmundsson is still on the sidelines while Matej Vydra is Burnley’s only long-term absentee following hernia surgery.
Tottenham, meanwhile, are missing academy graduates Oliver Skipp (groin) and Japhet Tanganga (knee) through injury.
Sergio Reguilon is also out after testing positive for COVID, but Emerson Royal is expected to be fine after suffering a blow on Saturday.
Burnley v Tottenham: what was said?
Conte was quizzed on whether Harry Kane was the best striker he had worked with following his two-goal heroics against Man City.
The Italian said: “Harry is sure we are talking about a world-class striker. He works, he works very well.
“I think he’s also improving physically and I’m working with him too to become a benchmark for us.
“Becoming more attacking because sometimes in the past he liked to go off the beaten track to play. He is also very good at doing that.
“Also with Harry, we are working a lot on many aspects. I think my aspiration, I repeat, is to get to the end of the season and see every player improve after the work we do.
“It means our team is going in the right direction and going to be more competitive to try and fight for something important.”