One has to go back to December 2010 for the last time Tottenham lost a football match against Burnley. Both sides have met nine times since that clash on the final day of the 2009/10 campaign, with Spurs winning six of those games and avoiding defeat in the other three
The pendulum tends to swing in Spurs’ side when Burnley’s poor home record against the ‘big six’ is brought to the fore.
Since beating Liverpool in August 2016, the Clarets have only taken two points from an available 42 against big six opponents in the Premier League (W0, D2, and L12).
However, matches between these two sides in recent years have failed to produce goals aplenty. For context, every of the last five matches between the two outfits have failed to produce more than three goals.
Therefore, punters can expect Pochettino’s men to avoid defeat at Turf Moor with nothing more than three goals emanating from the clash on Saturday. It’s an outcome priced at lofty odds of (1.63) with NairaBet.
Having said all of that, the home side who started off this campaign on a wrong footing look to have turned a corner. Sean Dyche’s men are unbeaten in their last seven league games and they would be looking to ride on the back of that form to get a win in this fixture at (5.30) odds with the same betting outfit.
Tottenham have won their last four league games heading into this clash. They are (1.71) odds to extend their current winning streak.
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