Burnley vs Tottenham Hotspur: How to live stream, time, venue, where to watch, who will win and all pre-match buzz around EPL fixture
Burnley is right at the back in 18th place while the Spurs will look at this game as an opportunity to make it to the top five
It's a game of opportunity for both Tottenham Hotspur and Burnley when they meet on Monday, October 26, at the Turf Moor Stadium. It's almost David vs Goliath, except the latter is the favorite to clinch this. And for good reason. The Spurs have looked a formidable unit this season and barring that defense that backfired in their last game against West Ham, Jose Mourinho's men have had a terrific start. Their Champions League outing saw them dominate KASK 3-0 and now they gear up to take on the underdog Clarets.
The kick-off is slated for 4 pm ET on Monday, October 26, 2020.
Both sides will meet at the Turf Moor Stadium in Burnley.
Where to watch?
The game can be streamed live on Peacock Premium.
How to live stream?
NBC Sports App, Peacock, FuboTV (7-day free trial) are the best platforms to watch the English Premier League across the United States. Users with access to NBC Gold and Peacock, the network's new subscription streaming platform, can also catch the games. The Spanish language broadcast is available on Telemundo Deportes. Peacock will showcase 175 live matches throughout the season. In addition, it will also have full-game replays available on-demand for all slated 380 matches of the 2020-21 season. These replays will be available after 9 pm ET the day of the match, according to Cnet. Prices for Fubo vary based on the plan and selected add-ons. The streamer's most popular plan in the US includes 100+ channels at $59.99 per month.
Burnley is right at the back in 18th place while the Spurs will look at this game as an opportunity to make it to the top five. They would have probably been sitting in one of the five slots if not for the paltry defense against West Hame after Son Heung-Min and Harry Kane's brace put them in the cruise control last week. It all went down in the second half with Fabien Balbuena finding one for the Hammers in the 82nd minute, followed by Davinson Sánchez's own goal that dented the Spurs. To make matters worse, it was a Manuel Lanzini goal in the 90 + 4th minute that saw West Ham equalize.
However, Mourinho's men will look to exterminate those errors and with the confidence juice flowing in after their clinical 3-0 win against LASK, they will be looking to bag those three points. For the Clarets, there's still hope as they will take heart from the fact it's a home game. Turf Moor has become their fortress and they will be keen on looking at the Spurs minor flaws and capitalizing on it. Ahead of the game, gaffer Sean Dyche said the side will play hard. "We will look to play effectively and a style that is awkward and hard to get a grip of," Dyche said ahead of the game against Spurs on Sky Sports Premier League.
Who will win?
With the Spurs being the obvious choice, Burnley will have to do something special to pull off a favorable result.