Burnley vs Tottenham – Premier League: live score and updates

LIVE: Burnley vs Tottenham – Gareth Bale on the bench as Jose Mourinho’s men look to bounce back from their three-goal collapse against West Ham with winless Clarets aiming for an upset

  • Burnley host Tottenham at Turf Moor this evening at 8pm BST
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  • Premier League table – as it stands 

Tottenham make the trip to Burnley for Premier League action tonight as Jose Mourinho’s men look to avoid another collapse which saw West Ham make a three-goal comeback against them.

Spurs hope to climb to fifth with a win but will do so without Dele Alli, who has reportedly been left out of the 18-man squad that made the trip up north. The home side are languishing in 18th with just one point and will be desperate to spring a shock victory.

Sportsmail’s CIAN CHEESBROUGH will provide live coverage of Burnley vs Tottenham including score, lineups and updates.

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West Brom’s 1-1 draw with Brighton tonight means Burnley have a chance to climb out of the relegation zone with a surprise win at Turf Moor.

Burnley have the unenviable task tonight of trying to prevent a side who has scored 31 goals in their first 10 games of the season. 

Such form has led Jose Mourinho to once again dismiss the ‘unadventurous football’ tag he is often labelled with.

Burnley’s man in charge has a bit of a hard-man reputation but his trusted number two has suggested otherwise.

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Spurs will welcome fans into their £1billion stadium for the first time since March tonight. 200 fans will watch the Turf Moor clash in their stadium’s hospitality area.

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Jose Mourinho has rung the changes since Spurs’ draw with West Ham as he continues to manage their fixture pile-up.

Sergio Reguilon surprisingly drops to the bench with Ben Davies stepping up, while Matt Doherty, Eric Dier and Lucas Moura also come in.

As was widely reported, there is no place for Dele Alli in the 18-man squad, but new arrivals Gareth Bale, Joe Rodon and Carlos Vincius all make the bench.

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Spurs have made an encouraging start to the season but will be hoping to bounce back from their three-goal collapse against West Ham last time out. Burnley are still on the hunt for their first win of their campaign but can climb out of the drop zone if they can spring a shock upset.

Team news coming shortly…

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