Burnley v Tottenham betting tips: Clarets keep putting on a show
Odds and preview for Sunday’s Premier League match
Burnley’s only defeat in the last seven matches was against Manchester City so they are in decent form as we pick out some Burnley v Tottenham betting tips.
The Clarets are still in the relegation zone with just one win though, while Tottenham start the weekend in seventh after beating Leeds last weekend but suffered a shock defeat against NS Mura in the Europa Conference League on Thursday.
Sunday’s match, which is not being televised, kicks off at 2pm at Turf Moor.
Burnley v Tottenham match odds
Burnley are hardly known as one of the most entertaining teams in the division but maybe that reputation is about to change.
They were involved in a six-goal thriller last weekend when they shared a 3-3 draw at home with Crystal Palace, with all the goals being scored within the first 50 minutes.
Burnley have now scored nine goals in their last four matches, all of which have had goals at both ends, and both teams to score can be included in Burnley v Tottenham betting tips at 8/11.
Last week’s result was Burnley’s sixth draw of the season, five of which have been score draws including three in their last four games.
Spurs were booed off at half-time last weekend when they trailed 1-0 at home to Leeds but were much improved after the break and came back to win 2-1.
Burnley v Tottenham head-to-head
This is Tottenham’s second trip to Turf Moor this season having won 1-0 here in the Carabao Cup last month when Lucas Moura scored the only goal in the 68th minute.
Spurs have also won to nil in four of the last five meetings so that is an option for Burnley v Tottenham betting tips at 13/5.
Burnley v Tottenham key battles
Much has been made of Harry Kane’s struggle to reproduce his international form for his club but the Tottenham captain has a good record against Burnley.
Kane has scored seven goals in his last seven league games against the Clarets, including a hat-trick at Turf Moor in December 2017, and is the obvious favourite at 14/5 to score first or 17/10 to be on target in a Spurs win.
Burnley are not short of a goal threat themselves though and Chris Wood reached 50 Premier League goals against Palace while summer signing Max Cornet made it five for the season with his superb volley.
All odds and markets correct as of date of publication