Only a few days ago, this game would have barely set pulses racing but massive victories over Brighton and Manchester City respectively have injected signs of life into the rest of their campaigns.
Sean Dyche’s side could put more pressure on those above them in the relegation battle while Spurs surely have to make the most of this opportunity to really underline their Champions League qualification challenge.
Initially snowed off a few months ago, conditions won’t exactly be perfect at Turf Moor under the floodlights but with both sides with big things to challenge for, it’s likely to be a thrilling contest.
Here’s everything you need to know about the game.
Date, kick-off time and venue
Tonight’s Premier League game is scheduled for a 7.30pm GMT kick-off time on Wednesday February 23, 2022.
Turf Moor will host.
Where to watch Burnley vs Tottenham
TV channel: The game will not be broadcast live on television in the UK.
LIVE coverage: You can, however, follow all of the action through Standard Sport’s dedicated LIVE match blog.
Burnley vs Tottenham team news
Burnley duo Maxwel Cornet and Wout Weghorst are both likely to play tonight despite suffering knocks during the win over Brighton in a big boost for the home side, although Charlie Taylor and Jóhann Guðmundsson are not quite ready yet.
Matej Vydra is also sidelined, while James Tarkowski and Ashley Westwood faces late fitness tests.
For Spurs, Japhet Tanganga remains out along with Oliver Skipp, who has yet to return to training after picking up an infection while rehabbing his groin injury.
Sergio Reguilon will miss out after testing positive for Covid-19, though Antonio Conte has no concerns over Harry Kane after the England captain appeared to hurt his back during Saturday’s heroics at the Etihad.
Burnley vs Tottenham prediction
Burnley’s big win might have raised fresh hope of survival but two victories in 22 games does not speak to a team capable of putting a run together.
Tottenham, meanwhile, look to have got through their latest crisis and that incredible last-gasp win at City will have done wonders for their confidence.
Spurs to win 2-0.
Head to head (h2h) history and results
Burnley wins: 41
Tottenham wins: 51