IT SPEAKS FOR TOTTENHAM
Tottenham (No. 3 last season) is No. 5, gained promotion Burnley No. 13 Goalscorer: 27-11 and 15-26 …
No one has closed fewer goals than Spurs (and Chelsea). Counter to the number of allowed terminations in the box, the only Saints and Chelsea better.
After a bad period in October, Spurs lifted their offensive game tremendously. The trick with United last weekend, but was well again Wednesday.
Here Spurs won 3-0 at home to Hull. Third PL-home win in a row with total goal difference 11-2. Total says PL-home State: 6-2-0 (17-4).
2 goals of DK-creator Eriksen showing the mold growth. Also such good game of ‘right man Sissoko – arguably the team’s best recent matches.
Burnley is 0-1-6 (1-16) away – and only Swansea have allowed multiple endings within target. Clarets have allowed an average of 10 per away game.
The last 4 away games (an extremely lucky 0-0 at Man Utd followed by 3 losses) are Clarets gone speechless from the field.
Burnley have doubts about winger Gudmundsson (out since end-November). Spurs midfield driving force Dembélé should be back.
IT SPEAKS FOR BURNLEY
Due Champions League (where the club also fell through) the Spurs had a tough program this fall.
Luck or not: Burnley got 0-0 at Old Trafford 29/10: Spurs lost the same place last weekend.
Here the Spurs immensely difficult to break down a well-organized defensive. Burnley are not United, but might succeed in packing up.
Spurs top scorer Kane is gone goalless off the pitch in the last two matches. Replaces Janssen is still injured.
Spurs missing (since 25/10) offensive man Lamela – replace Sissoko has, however, made it better and better.
Burnley can win (3-2 of Bournemouth in the last home game) and keep it close (1-2 against Man City in the previous home game, 0-1 loss at West H later).
Burnley might winger Gudmundsson ready after injury. Spurs have doubts about the midfield man Dembélé.
Clarets-keeper Heaton was part of the explanation behind 0-0 at Old Trafford: Gorgeous battle!
|Prediction:||Over 2,5 goals|