Premier League In Focus – Tottenham vs Burnley Preview

When? Sunday 27th August, 16:00 (UK)

Where? Wembley

Are tickets still available?

Tottenham -

Burnley – Sold out

Last five head-to-head meetings - Tottenham W3, D2.

Tottenham have not lost any of their last five encounters with Burnley, with the last defeat they suffered at the hands of the Lancashire outfit being in 2010. On that day, an already relegated Burnley finished with a flourish against a Tottenham side that had just qualified for the Champions League for the first time just three days prior.

There have been 110 previous matches between the two clubs. Tottenham have won 44 of them, while Burnley have won 40 in amongst 26 draws.

In the Premier League era, Tottenham have faced Burnley six times, winning four of them and drawing one, with Burnley’s sole victory being the aforementioned win above.

Tottenham are still looking for their first Premier League victory at Wembley, while they have only won once in their last 10 outings there; that win came against CSKA Moscow in last season’s Champions League.

Harry Kane has never scored in the month of August for Tottenham and is on 99 goals for the club. Neither was he on the scoresheet in either of Tottenham’s wins last season over Burnley.

Burnley only won once away from home last season and they have already equalled that tally this term after an opening weekend win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

The last ever encounter at White Hart Lane between these two clubs took place in December 2016. After going behind early on, Tottenham went on to earn a 2-1 win.