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Burnley v Spurs – how to follow, team news, key information

Sat 27 November 2021, 21:06|Tottenham Hotspur

We make our second trip of the season to Turf Moor on Sunday to face Burnley (kick-off 2pm UK).

Having beaten Sean Dyche’s men 1-0 on their own patch in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup last month, we now return to Lancashire in the Premier League, looking to bounce back from the shock midweek defeat to NS Mura in the Europa Conference League.

The Clarets drew 3-3 at home to Crystal Palace last weekend, but are perched just inside the relegation zone in 18th with nine points from their 12 league matches so far. We’re seventh with 19 points from the same amount of games.

Here’s all you need to know ahead of Sunday’s match...

How can I watch the game?

Our trip to Burnley has not been selected for live broadcast in the UK, but you can follow every kick of the action wherever you are in the world via our live Match Centre here on the website and app, complete with live text and audio commentary, goal alerts and stats (kick-off 2pm UK).

Alternatively, join our official Watchalong on Twitch with hosts Rebekah and Matt from 1pm UK.

You’ll be able to watch post-match highlights on the website and app on Sunday evening from two hours after the game.

If you’re following us from outside the UK, check out the overseas broadcast listings to see if the match is being shown in your area.

How will the teams line up?

Central midfielder Oliver Skipp is available again after serving a one-match ban last time out in the Premier League against Leeds United.

Defender Cristian Romero remains out with a hamstring injury while Giovani Lo Celso and Dane Scarlett have also been sidelined since the international break.

Burnley’s James Tarkowski and Ashley Westwood are suspended for Sunday’s match, having both amassed five yellow cards in the top flight.

Ashley Barnes (thigh) and Dale Stephens (ankle) are missing through injury.

Who is the referee and what colours will the teams be playing in?

Peter Bankes will officiate the game at Turf Moor, assisted by Neil Davies and James Mainwaring.

Kevin Friend serves as the fourth official, with Craig Pawson and assistant Lee Betts on VAR duty.

Although we wore our away kit at Burnley in the Carabao Cup last month, we’ll be in our 2021/22 home kit of Lilywhite shirts, navy shorts and navy socks on Sunday. Our goalkeeper will play in yellow.

As for Burnley, they’ll be in claret and blue shirts with blue shorts and blue socks, with their keeper in green.

What will the weather be like?

Wrap up warm if you’re heading to Turf Moor – wind and sleet showers are forecast in Burnley, with temperatures just above freezing at one degree when the game gets underway.

What happened the last time we faced Burnley?