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Burnley vs Tottenham English Premier League 2016-2017 IST Indian Time Live Stream and Telecast Channels

Burnley get back to home for the first time since Gameweek 25, but their opponent for Saturday are the high-flying Tottenham Hotspur. The fixture will be held on April, 1st.

Burnley vs Tottenham English Premier League 1st of April 2017 Details

Tottenham have won four, drawn two, and lost one of their last seven meetings with Burnley, but they have drawn two and lost two of their last four at Turf Moor and haven’t beaten them there since 2004. Burnley have avoided defeat in 79% of their home games this season and haven’t lost by more than one goal in any of them. Tottenham have only won 31% of their away matches this season.

Dates, Fixtures, Schedule

United States of America (EST Eastern Standard Time) 1.04.2017 10:00 EST
England (GMT Europe Time) (United Kingdom) 1.04.2017 15:00 GMT+0
India (IST Indian Time) 1.04.2017 19:30 IST

Match Venue

Turf Moor

Turf Moor photo

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TV Channels, Telecast Online

USA TV Viewers watch broadcast at: Premier League Extra Time, NBC Sports Live
UK TV Viewers watch broadcast at: BBC Radio
Indian TV Viewers watch broadcast at: Star Sports HD 4

Burnley vs Tottenham Live Online Commentary

Burnley played away from home for their last 4 successive league fixtures and failed to grab a single victory during the period. However, the Clarets have 2 draws to their name as positives, but the long search for an away win this season continues. On the other hand, their home record this season is a massive one for a newly promoted team. They are sixth in the seasonal home form table after picking 29 points from their 14 matches so far. As regards Burnley team news: Scott Arfield is a slight doubt for this one, whilst Dean Marney and Kevin Long remain sidelined.

Meantime, the Spurs will be involving in their first fixture away from home in all tournaments since February. And the first away game in the Premier League since the 2-0 loss at Liverpool on 11th February. That loss to Liverpool was the only once in 13 league outings as they registered 10 victories and 3 draws during that period. Poccettino’s men are the only team that haven’t lost a home match in Premier League so far, in this campaign. But they have some problems away from home. They haven’t won in the last three matches on the road and there are only 4 wins to their name all season. Lefr-back Danny Rose is a doubt for this match, whilst the key striker Harry Kane and winger Erik Lamela are definitely sidelined.

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Maxim Mikhaylov

Maxim Mikhaylov born in Russian Federation. He Studied at Saratov State University at the Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technologies. Earned a master degree in 2012. He worked as a journalist for 5 years before joining Footballwood. Maxim worked on a wide variety of news and entertainment stories. He loves writing about football matches, events and most popular superstars like Ronaldo, Messi, Neymar, and others.

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