Tottenham Hotspur v Burnley live stream, Sky Sports, Sunday 28 February, 2pm GMT
Tottenham will be looking to build on Wednesday’s win against Wolfsberger when they return to Premier League action this weekend.
Jose Mourinho’s side eased past the Austrian side in the second leg of their Europa League last-32 tie, winning 4-0 in north London to secure an 8-1 aggregate triumph. That will not be enough to remove doubts over Mourinho’s future as Spurs (opens in new tab) boss, though, with the Portuguese having come under pressure for his team’s poor Premier League form.
Indeed, while Spurs were sitting pretty at the summit of the standings just two and a half months ago, they could drop into the bottom half of the table if results go against them this weekend. Victory over Burnley (opens in new tab) is an absolute must as far as their dwindling top-four hopes are concerned.
Sean Dyche’s side have pulled clear of the relegation zone in recent months, although the Premier League’s longest-serving manager was not entirely pleased with his team’s performance in last weekend’s 0-0 draw with West Brom (opens in new tab). The Baggies were the better team on that occasion despite playing much of the match with 10 men, but Dyche will at least have been pleased with Burnley’s ninth clean sheet of the campaign. The Clarets will now hope to frustrate Tottenham’s attack on Sunday.
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Gareth Bale and Dele Alli have both performed well in recent matches, but it remains to be seen whether either player has done enough to force his way into Mourinho’s starting line-up for a Premier League. Neither Giovani Lo Celso nor Serge Aurier will feature here, with both players currently on the treatment table.
Burnley will hope to welcome back Chris Wood from a hamstring niggle, although the New Zealand international may have to settle for a place on the bench. Erik Pieters and Dale Stephens are both doubts, while Ashley Barnes, Robbie Brady and Johann Berg Gudmundsson will all miss out.
Kick-off is at 2pm GMT and the game is being shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League in the UK. See below for watching details where you are.
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