When, where, and how to watch Tottenham vs Burnley in the Premier League

Tottenham Hotspur must arrest the slide and get back to winning ways this weekend as they take on relegation-threatened Burnley. Here’s how to watch Spurs v Burnley, and team news for both sides.

It is now four games without a win for Tottenham, after Liverpool piled on the misery for Ange Postecoglou‘s men with a 4-2 win at Anfield on Sunday afternoon.

That result capped off a poor week for the Lilywhites, during which they also lost to London rivals Chelsea and Arsenal.

Spurs are currently fifth in the Premier League table. However, they have a mountain to climb if they are to catch Aston Villa and secure a place in the top four.

Burnley, meanwhile, are five points from safety with two games to go. It’s not looking good for the Clarets and defeat against Spurs this weekend would seal their return to the Championship.

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When and where is the Spurs v Burnley game?

The game will be hosted at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday afternoon as part of the 3 pm kick-offs.

How to watch Spurs v Burnley

Unfortunately, there is no way to watch the Spurs v Burnley game live. Your best bet is to wait for Match of the Day to watch the highlights and analysis.

Due to the 3 pm blackout across the English Football League, no games are permitted to be broadcast live. If you want to keep up with the scores as they happen, you could watch Sky Sports’ Soccer Saturday.

Team news for Spurs and Burnley

There are no fresh injuries for Tottenham, but the Lilywhites have six players who will not play again this season.

This list includes Ben Davies, Timo Werner, Destiny Udogie, Fraser Forster, Ryan Sessegnon, and Manor Solomon.

Burnley also have six players out injured. Luca Koleosho has the best chance of being fit for the weekend, but his knee injury will likely keep him out.

Maxime Esteve, Ameen Al-Dakhil, Nathan Redmond, Jordan Beyer, and Aaron Ramsey will be unavailable.

The Spurs Web prediction

We simply have to win this game. At home, against a team that is all but relegated, and with our players hopefully knowing they have a lot to prove, we should take this one. I’ll go for a 2-0 Spurs win.

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