Burnley vs. Tottenham LIVE! premier league

The sheer display of personality of the former Chelsea boss was a key factor in last weekend’s thrilling comeback victory over Leeds following an opening draw at Everton.

However, Conte has no doubts about how much work remains to be done at Tottenham after a fringe side were embarrassed by Slovenian minnows NS Mura in the Europa League.

The Italian made nine changes for that game on Thursday and is expected to reverse Lancashire’s this afternoon, with his second string not in the least impressed.

Burnley, 18th, has won just one of his last 12 league games against his opponents today and has recorded just one of 15 wins overall, though their fortunes have started to turn. recently with a win and three draws in a foursome. invincibility streak.

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Tottenham team news

Conte made nine changes for Thursday’s trip to Slovenia and looks likely to reverse them after such a horror show.

The Italian revealed this week that defender Cristian Romero’s hamstring injury suffered while on international duty with Argentina is “serious”, while compatriot Giovani Lo Celso remains a big doubt.

Oliver Skipp is back from suspension, although youngster Dane Scarlett (ankle) is still sidelined.

Tottenham XI predict: Lloris ; Tanganga, Dier, Davies; Emerson, Hojbjerg, Skipp, Reguilon; Lucas, Kane, son.

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How to watch Burnley vs. Tottenham

Today’s game will not be shown live on UK television.

However, you can watch the matchday 2 match highlights tonight at 10:30 p.m. on BBC One.


Welcome to the Burnley vs Tottenham LIVE coverage!

Hello and welcome to Standard Sport’s latest LIVE coverage of the Premier League!

There is an exceptional Sunday schedule today with Chelsea v Manchester United at Stamford Bridge later, but here we focus on the events at Turf Moor as Tottenham travel to face Burnley.

Antonio Conte started his life at Spurs with an encouraging four points in two matches, including last weekend’s frenzied return to see Leeds, although the first honeymoon period was somewhat sour after a much changed squad was humiliated by Slovenian minnows NS Mura in Europe League Conference Thursday.

A more familiar formation will be largely favored to beat a side of Burnley, 18th, who have won just one of their last 15 league games, although Sean Dyche’s side are on a four-game unbeaten streak. and therefore could prove difficult to resolve.

Kick-off this afternoon is at 2 p.m. GMT, so stay tuned for match preparation, the latest squad news and live updates with expert analysis from the correspondent in Standard Sport chief football officer Dan Kilpatrick.


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