Tottenham Hotspur will be looking for a result at Turf Moor this weekend after suffering a shock defeat in Europe.
It is fair to say that Spurs fans do not want to be reminded of Thursday’s defeat against minnows NS Mura in the Europa Conference League. But when you lose to a side who were 28/1 to win, it needs highlighting.
Antonio Conte must be looking and demanding answers from his side but the January transfer market may provide a couple of solutions – but there is plenty of football to play before then.
The Italian will be hoping his side get a result at Turf Moor against Burnley – who have only picked up one win in their last 12 league matches against the north London side.
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Over the course of the season so far, Burnley have a 50% return rate on over 2.5 goals in the Premier League while Spurs have 58%, slightly above average. Over 2.5 goals is 22/25.
Both sides are both consistent in terms of total corners with Spurs averaging 10.8 per league game while Burnley average 10.6. Over 10.5 total corners is 22/25.
Burnley has the joint-third best return rate on both teams to score with 67% of their league matches finishing that way, equal with Leicester City.
Tottenham, meanwhile, have finished 33% of their league matches with both teams scoring and it is 8/11 to finish that way at Turf Moor.
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Honestly, after the performance I saw at NS Mura, I am not backing anyone from Tottenham.
However, they will need to keep an eye on Chris Wood though as the striker has netted twice in his last three appearances and is 2/1 to score anytime.
This will be the 121st with Spurs picking up 51 wins to Burnley’s 41 and 28 draws.
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