Tottenham Hotspur‘s defeat to Chelsea at Wembley Stadium last week has got the Premier League viewing public pontificating over whether the North Londoners are incapable of winning at their temporary home.
Mauricio Pochettino's men by no means played badly against Antonio Conte's Blues and outperformed the Premier League champions in most metrics, even shooting for goal twice as much as the visitors.
But, ultimately, Spurs were once again unable to secure a favourable result under the arch, and they will be desperate to dispel the hoodoo against Sean Dyche's Burnley on Saturday.
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The Spurs manager will have to decide whether to stick with the 4-3-2-1 formation he trialled against the Blues last week or revert to his customary 4-2-3-1 set-up, or even 3-4-2-1.
Right-back Kieran Trippier faces a late fitness test ahead of the game but Pochettino might decide to give 20-year-old Kyle Walker-Peters another chance to shine after impressing against Newcastle United on the opening weekend of the season.
Spurs are hopeful that new signing Davinson Sánchez, who joined this week for a club-record £40million fee from Ajax, will receive his work permit in time to be considered for selection against the Clarets, although he will likely have to settle for a place on the bench.
The visit of Burnley, who have defied expectations once already this season by defeating Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, presents the opportunity for Tottenham to get back to winning ways after last week's disappointment and secure three points at the national stadium.