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  1. Tuesday talking point: Now we'll see if Spurs have really turned a cornerpublished at 12:32 17 May

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    Anna, Spurs XY, external

    I was hoping that the north London derby result would have an impact on both clubs as we entered into the last two games of the season - and so far it seems to be that way.

    The win spurred Tottenham on to victory against Burnley - a game that was always going to feel like an event after the Lord Mayor's show, given the atmosphere and performance on Thursday.

    Burnley were always going to play it safe, but Kane did what Kane does best, blasting the ball past a motionless Nick Pope to secure three crucial points.

    And so over to Arsenal, now two points behind before their trip up to Newcastle.

    Historically, that fixture favoured the team in red. However, the Magpies won convincingly to do us a huge favour.

    Now fourth spot is all in our hands. Now we will truly see if Spurs have turned a corner under Conte.

    What do you think, Spurs fans? Are you going to finish the job off on Sunday and claim Champions League football? Have your say here

  2. Dier and Kane picked out by Garthpublished at 18:22 16 May

    Eric Dier and Harry Kane make it into Garth Crooks' team of the week after their performances in the north London derby and Burnley victories.

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    Dier: Ever since the arrival of Antonio Conte, Dier has been ever present in the Tottenham line-up.

    I can't say he's my favourite defender, but his performance against Arsenal in the north London derby remained professional when some around him were starting to lose their heads.

    It would appear that Conte has built his defence around Dier in a three-man line that seems to be working for Spurs at the moment.

    Kane: Two superbly taken goals against Arsenal in the north London derby are not to be sniffed at.

    Neither was the penalty scored against a superb Nick Pope in the Burnley goal to clinch the game and give Spurs a top-four spot.

    Whether Tottenham can retain that position rather depends on their neighbours, who were badly wounded by Kane and then totally destroyed by Son Heung-min.

    Kane has given Spurs a great chance of playing Champions League football next season.

    Find out who else made it into Garth's team of the week

  3. Catch up on Sunday's Premier League actionpublished at 12:00 16 May

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  4. Spurs 'have Conte to thank' for vital victorypublished at 11:45 16 May

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    Tottenham should be thanking Antonio Conte for providing the energy to help them eke out a narrow win over Burnley on Sunday, according to former Premier League midfielder.

    Spurs needed a Harry Kane penalty in first-half stoppage time to see off their struggling visitors and, after a raucous atmosphere at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium three days previously against Arsenal, there were plenty of nerves among home fans.

    "Spurs got the job done and they should give Conte all the plaudits," Reo-Coker told BBC Radio 5 Live's Football Daily podcast.

    "But I find it hard to understand - how could the fans not get behind the team knowing what's at stake?

    "It took the manager being on the touchline trying to energise the fans. I'm worried about that."

    Spurs fan and presenter Ben Haines disagreed, arguing that the very fact Tottenham had won the north London derby only 60 hours earlier contributed to a flatter feeling in the ground.

    "Spurs against Arsenal was one of the most electric atmospheres I've ever experienced," he said. "The noise was unbelievable.

    "It's so tough when you have an emotionally-charged game like that and then you're back in three days less playing at midday."

    Listen to reaction and analysis from Spurs from 16'49 over here on BBC Sounds

  5. Tottenham 1-0 Burnley: Pick of the statspublished at 08:37 16 May

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    • Tottenham have won 13 Premier League games at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium this season; only in 2009-10 (14) and 2016-17 (17) have they won more home games in a single campaign in the competition.

    • Burnley have lost nine of their past 10 away league games at Spurs (D1), including seven of eight in the Premier League. It’s their most away defeats against a single opponent in the competition.

    • Antonio Conte's side have now gone 10 consecutive Premier League games without conceding more than once in a match, their longest such run since March-August 2017 (run of 12).

    • This was Burnley’s first Premier League match to feature neither Ben Mee nor James Tarkowski since September 2020 against Southampton, ending a run of 71 consecutive league matches in which at least one of the pair had played for the club. Indeed, before today, one or both of Mee and Tarkowski had played 248 of the Clarets’ last 250 Premier League games.

  6. Son sweeps uppublished at 07:50 16 May

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  7. Spurs dig in as Burnley left frustratedpublished at 07:14 16 May

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    Chris Bevan, BBC Sport at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

    This Tottenham performance brought none of the euphoria that had greeted their win over Arsenal on Thursday - but they dug in to ensure it brought the same result.

    They got it despite four of their players suffering from a stomach bug - goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, who played the 90 minutes, plus his deputy Pierluigi Gollini, winger Dejan Kulusevski and midfielder Harry Winks, who were all on the bench.

    Tottenham's bid to finish fourth is still not in their own hands but they have put the pressure on the Gunners now, with only seven days of the season to go.

    The Burnley bench understandably reacted angrily when Tottenham were belatedly awarded the penalty that undid all of the Clarets' good work in the first half.

    Michael Jackson's side had arrived with a game plan to defend in numbers and pack their own box and, after surviving that frantic start, it had seemed to be working.

    After taking 10 points from his first four games in charge, caretaker boss Jackson has now lost two matches on the bounce.

    His side still have a game in hand over Leeds, their closest relegation rivals, as well as a vastly superior goal difference - but they go into the final week of the season with their fate still uncertain.

  8. Follow Tottenham v Burnley livepublished at 11:07 15 May

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  9. Tottenham v Burnley - confirmed team newspublished at 11:06 15 May

    It’s less than 72 hours since Tottenham beat Arsenal here on Thursday evening but Spurs make only one change from the side that beat the Gunners.

    Lucas Moura comes in for Dejan Kulusevski, who drops to the bench.

    Tottenham XI: Lloris, Sanchez, Dier, Davies, Emerson, Bentancur, Hojbjerg, Sessegnon, Moura, Son, Kane

    Subs: Gollini, Austin, Winks, Rodon, Kulusevski, Bergwijn, White, Scarlett, Craig

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    Burnley make three changes from the side that lost to Aston Villa last weekend.

    James Tarkowski has not recovered from the hamstring problem that he suffered in that game, so Kevin Long comes in at centre-back, for only his second start of the season.

    Ashley Barnes will operate as a lone striker, so Maxwel Cornet and Matthew Lowton replace Wout Weghorst and Aaron Lennon, who are both on the bench.

    Burnley XI: Pope, Roberts, Collins, Long, Taylor, McNeil, Cork, Brownhill, Lowton,Cornet, Barnes

    Subs: Hennessey, Weghorst, Lennon, Bardsley, Mancini, Thomas, Dodgson, Costelloe, McGlynn

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  10. Lawro's predictions: Tottenham v Burnleypublished at 18:27 13 May

    Mark Lawrenson takes on mixed martial arts legend Paul 'Semtex' Daley in the latest round of Premier League predictions.

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    Lawro's prediction: 3-0

    Mike Jackson made a brilliant start as Burnley boss but they did not have any kind of spark when they lost at home to Aston Villa last weekend.

    They didn't really put up much resistance, which was very unlike them. It is going to be very interesting to see how they react here, and whether they can make life difficult for Tottenham.

    Spurs' top-four hopes are still not in their own hands but they are very much alive after their win over Arsenal on Thursday and I think they will put in another big performance here.

    Whatever happens, Burnley are going to be watching anxiously when Leeds play Brighton a little later on Sunday.

    Paul's prediction: Tottenham showed they are a top team with their win over Arsenal. 2-0

    Find out how Lawro and Paul 'Semtex' Daley think the rest of the weekend Premier League fixtures will go

  11. Your thoughts on Spurs' top-four chances after Arsenal winpublished at 17:29 13 May

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    We asked for your reaction to the north London derby win over Arsenal and where that leaves Spurs in the race for the top four.

    Here are some of your comments:

    Cane: What a performance. Every player put in a top shift. It couldn’t have gone any better. Sets up an awesome finale to the season. We HAVE to do the business against Burnley, plus, I never realised until now that I’m also a Newcastle fan...

    Terry: What an atmosphere inside the ground last night. Players responded after the first 20 minutes. Now three points against Burnley is essential. All down to last two games, hard to predict way the season has gone so far.

    James: Obviously depends on Spurs winning both matches which is not a given. Similarly Arsenal have to drop points in at least one of their games. The most likely is a draw on Monday against Newcastle and provided that Spurs have won the previous day they would be under a degree of pressure to perform. Best scenario I can imagine. Arsenal's to lose.

    Martin: I don’t think Arsenal will slip up but it all depends on whether they can play their best players.

    Let us know how you think the race for the top four will end up

  12. Tottenham v Burnley: Team newspublished at 16:37 13 May

    Cristian Romero and James Tarkowski

    Tottenham defender Cristian Romero will miss the final two games of the season because of a hip injury.

    He has joined Matt Doherty, Sergio Reguilon, Oliver Skipp and Japhet Tanganga on the sidelines.

    Burnley defender James Tarkowski faces a fitness test on a hamstring issue he suffered against Aston Villa.

    Ben Mee, Jay Rodriguez and Johann Berg Gudmundsson are not expected to be fit, while Ashley Westwood and Matej Vydra are out for the season.

    Who replaces Romero in your Spurs XI?

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  13. Conte '100% and more' committed to Spurspublished at 15:44 13 May

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    Antonio Conte says he is "100% and more" committed to Tottenham and hinted that he is likely to stick around.

    The Italian has been vague on his future in the past, even suggesting that he may not be the right man to manage the club.

    But, after Spurs' 3-0 win over Arsenal on Thursday, he said: "From the moment I came into the club, and in every club I worked in in the past, I go totally with my heart, mind and head.

    "Totally. 100% and more. This is my characteristic. I'm a passionate person. I think I showed this passion.

    "I think to see me afterwards sometimes on TV, it's not simple to see me in this way. I'm very passionate, I'm this way. I like to go totally into the club where I work.

    "I know that only in this way I'm able to give everything. And also, to find the way to receive everything from my players, my club and the fans.

    "Because if I'm the first person to give 200%, then for sure I can ask for this [in return]."