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Spurs New Stadium opens its gates to Sean Dyche’s plucky Burnley side this December. The Clarets certainly exceeded expectations last season, notching a seventh-placed league table finish and a spot in the Europa League. Pochettino, however, will be confident in his side’s capability to unhinge Dyche’s highly disciplined backline with a wealth of attacking options available.
Be at the heart of the action for Spurs vs Burnley this season at Spurs New Stadium and enjoy the very best in Tottenham Hotspur hospitality and tickets. With luxury padded match seats, found within a reserved premium section of the stadium, you can rest assured of enjoying the game in style. Complimentary food and drinks as well as access to a host of VIP facilities are just some of the other fabulous perks to this exclusive hospitality package.
VIP luxury aside, the spectacle on the pitch promises to be equally enticing. Spurs, who have enjoyed a good run of form against the Clarets in recent years, will be eager to impress in front of a 62,000-strong crowd. The two sides have clashed over 100 times since their inaugural fixture in 1906 but it is Spurs who hold the current bragging rights, having remained unbeaten against the Lancashire-based club for the past 8 years. Here are some of our favourite Spurs vs Burnley moments below:
Spurs vs Burnley (2-1), Sat 20 December 2014, Premier League
It was a moment to savour for Spurs fans at White Hart Lane, as £30 million signing, Erik Lamela, netted a stunning first half winner, his first in Spurs colours, to move his side further up the Premier League table. Spurs had taken an early lead thanks to a Harry Kane header, but the host’s momentum was quickly halted when Burnley’s Ashley Barnes equalised with a thunderous 25-yard strike Burnley players, however, were left to stand and admire as the Argentinian Lamela came up with an impressive strike of his own to restore Spurs’ lead 10 minutes before half time. It was an impressive win against the Clarets, who had lost just one of their previous games under Sean Dyche. The game also signified another impressive individual performance from forward, Harry Kane, who was pushing for his first senior England call-up. How far he has come since then…
Spurs vs Burnley (4-2), Wed 14th January 2015, FA Cup Third Round
Spurs secured an emphatic second-half fight back from 2-0 down to seal a place in the fourth round of the FA Cup against Leicester. Early goals from Burnley in the 3rd and 7th minute gave the hosts a mountain to climb, but a consolation from Paulinho followed by strikes from Capoue, Chiriches and Rose saw Spurs runaway as unlikely winners. It was a vital win for Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino who credited the character and endeavour of his players to fight until the end. Sean Dyche, however, suggested this side’s demise was down to a catalogue of preventable errors.
Spurs vs Burnley (1-1), Sun 27th August 2017, Premier League
Chris Wood scored a dramatic injury-time equaliser to deny Spurs a first Premier League win at Wembley Stadium. It looked like plain sailing for Mauricio Pochettino’s men after Dele Alli put them ahead with a calm finish following a set piece. Harry Kane then came close to doubling the lead but saw his effort well struck effort saved by keeper Tom Heaton in the Burnley goal. However, it was Burnley new boy, Chris Wood, who ensured the Clarets would leave Wembley with a point after he latched onto Robbie Brady’s through ball to slot calm past a helpless Hugo Lloris in the second minute of added time. A dream moment for Sean Dyche’s Burnley side. A moment to forget for Pochettino’s Spurs.
Burnley vs Spurs (0-3), Sat 23rd December 2017, Premier League
It was a fixture to remember in December for Spurs’ and England’s goal scoring maestro, Harry Kane. The forward, who equalled Alan Shearer’s record for the most Premier League goals scored in a calendar year thanks to his impressive hat trick, was certainly the major talking point on the day. He broke the deadlock in just 6 minutes, converting from the spot after Spurs were handed a contentious penalty decision after a Kevin Long foul. Kane added to his account midway into the second half, racing onto a Moussa Sissoko pass before sliding the ball past Burnley keeper Nick Pope. He completed his hat tick late on, tucking in a trademark finish at the far post.
What will happen this year? The Spurs vs Burnley fixture takes place on Saturday 15th December 2018. Can Spurs continue in their rich vein of form against Sean Dyche’s Clarets? Make the most of this Premier League fixture with the very best hospitality at Spurs New Stadium.