After a miserable showing in the North London derby, Tottenham have bounced back in the best possible way after getting the better of both Southampton and Leicester. Those two wins have not only restored pride within the Spurs camp but has also seen them take back third place in the league.

This weekend sees them play host to Burnley at Wembley and Tottenham fans will be certainly looking to use a pointsbet promo code or two, especially as they’ll be confident that their beloved team can deliver all three points.

Something that Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino will be confident of also as he and his players look to earn the win that will keep them on the fringes of what is setting out to be a very exciting race this season.

Their opponents Burnley will be looking to pick up maximum points themselves, albeit for far differing reasons. Sean Dyche’s men have struggled this season, but they will at least be boosted by events last weekend.

That’s because they ground out a hard fought 1-0 win over Brighton at Turf Moor, a result that more importantly sees them subsequently move out of the bottom three. The challenge now for the Clarets, is to make sure they continue to keep their heads above water.

Last season Wembley proved to be a happy hunting ground for Burnley as they earned a point here in the opening few weeks of the campaign. It looked as if Tottenham were cruising to victory, however a lack of pragmatism late on soon put paid to that.

That’s because after being 1-0 up and with seconds on the clock remaining, they chose to try and kill the game off by scoring a second. A decision that soon backfired as New Zealand international Chris Wood raced up the other end and scored a breakaway goal in injury time.

That meant the game ended all square and if the same happens on Saturday, then it will be the first draw that Tottenham have earned all season. Not only that, but they are currently the only team in any of the four English leagues not to have drawn a game this season.

And winning 75% percent of the Premier League matches that they have played in since the opening day means that they find themselves six points off of Liverpool the top of the table, a margin they feel that they can most definitely erode over the next few weeks.

Looking at Tottenham’s next 10 games a lot of them will be viewed as winnable on paper. Now of course football matches aren’t played on paper, but at the same time it is certainly a more favourable run of games.

Add into the mix the possibility of finally moving into their new stadium at the turn of next year and it could well be the shot in the arm that the club needs in the final few months of this campaign, something that could make them bona fide title contenders.

However, those dreams will be for nothing if they don’t put wins on the board and that is an objective that starts this weekend against Burnley. Whether their midweek exploits effects them, we shall have to wait see but at the same time they should have enough to earn all three points.