Burnley's home form this season is the sole reason the Clarets find themselves seven points above the relegation zone heading into the final stretch of the season and Saturday sees Tottenham become the latest side to try and win at Turf Moor.
Burnley are unbeaten at home since November with only four sides winning more than their nine home matches in the Premier League. Their last home league game saw them hold champions-elect Chelsea to a 1-1 draw, and with Spurs winning only one of their last four away matches in the top flight, this could be another chance for Burnley to pick up points.
Central to Burnley's excellent home record has been their ability to find the back of the net and Sean Dyche's men have scored in each of their last nine league games at Turf Moor.
For their part, Spurs have a strong scoring record in the Premier League, netting in 11 of their last 13 games. And while the north Londoners will be missing Harry Kane, the side has seen plenty of different scorers this season.
The price of 19/20 (1.95) for both teams to score therefore looks extremely tempting, and becomes almost unmissable when considering that this selection has paid out in five of the sides' last six meetings - including their most recent one at White Hart Lane back in December.
Furthermore, Burnley have scored at home in their three games against other sides currently in the top four (Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City) while Spurs have found the back of the net in four of the six away games they have contested against sides currently in the bottom half of the Premier League table.