Spurs have lost just one of their eight games against Burnley in the Premier League (W5 D2), with that lone defeat coming back in May 2010 (2-4 defeat under Harry Redknapp).
Burnley are looking for their first away win against Spurs in any competition since January 1983 (4-1 in the League Cup quarter-final).
Just 33 per cent of Tottenham’s Premier League points this season have been won in home games (12/36) – the lowest ratio in the division.
Tottenham have lost two of their last five Premier League home games, as many defeats as they had in their previous 39 at home in the competition (W31 D6 L2).
Burnley have picked up just six points from their last 30 available away from home in the Premier League (W1 D3 L6).
None of Tottenham’s 16 Premier League games this season have ended in a draw – only Bolton Wanderers in 2011-12 (18) and Manchester United in 2012-13 (17) have had a longer run without a draw from the start of a Premier League campaign.
Spurs striker Harry Kane has scored four goals in five Premier League appearances against Burnley, including a hat-trick in the most recent of those (3-0 in December 2017).
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