A surging Tottenham side are looking to build on their impressive start to the Premier League season as they face a trip to Turf Moor to take on Burnley.
Burnley currently sit 18th in the Premier League having lost both of their opening two games of the season.
The Clarets were firmly put to the sword in a 0-3 defeat by champions Manchester City on the opening day of the season before falling to a 1-3 loss to Aston Villa last weekend.
The defeat to City on the opening day was expected and Vincent Kompany's side showed a number of encouraging signs in defeat but Sunday's loss at the hands of Villa was slightly more concerning.
Burnley were fairly easily rolled over at times, albeit against a good side, in a game that showed how far they have to go in order to become a good Premier League side.
A high volume of players have been signed over the summer, in addition to a few loans expiring from last season, so it's going to take a while for Kompany to mould a coherent outfit but at present the job is looking like a big one.
The more expansive style of pay that Burnley deploy is much more fan-friendly than what we saw when the club were under the guidance of Sean Dyche but at this level it can, at times, make them an easier proposition for the better sides due to the open nature of their play and that's exactly what we saw at the weekend.
Burnley's start has been difficult on paper, bar their postponed fixture against Luton, and it's not about to get any easier here as they face a Spurs side that have been impressive.
Tottenham Hotspur currently sit 3rd in the Premier League with two wins and one draw from their first three games of the season.
Spurs began their campaign with an entertaining 2-2 draw away at Brentford before registering successive 2-0 wins against Manchester United and most recently Bournemouth.
There were a number of question marks surrounding the North London club coming into the season amidst a new manager in Ange Postecoglou taking the reigns in addition to captain and talisman Harry Kane leaving for Bayern Munich.
It's early days admittedly, but the early evidence from their opening fixtures is overwhelmingly positive with Spurs playing a renewed, entertaining brand of attractive passing football with a number of new faces catching the eye.
New signing James Maddison settled in excellently in midfield and has been pulling the strings alongside a rejuvenated Yves Bissouma and Pape Matar Sarr while Destiny Udogie has looked an exciting talent at left-back.
Postecoglou's men have been a beacon of professionalism in their wins against Man United and Bournemouth, managing the game in a mature manner while never fully conceding control.
There's a long way for Spurs to go in terms of both maintaining and building on their early showing, of course, but it's hard to pick fault in the way they have started.
They face a side here that have shown difficulty in dealing with two good sides so based on that Tottenham should really back themselves to take three points from this one.
For our Burnley vs. Tottenham prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the away side.