Burnley continue their search for a first Premier League win of the season when they take on Tottenham Hotspur on Monday night at Turf Moor.

The Clarets collected a point at West Brom last time out and Sean Dyche will hope to use that as a springboard to kickstart the season given his side opened the top flight campaign with three straight defeats.

Jose Mourinho's Spurs are in freescoring form and could hand Gareth Bale a first league start since he rejoined the club.

Burnley will be without Ben Mee, Jack Cork and Bailey Peacock-Farrell while Erik Pieters is a doubt. But Matt Lowton could return after not featuring since the Carabao Cup defeat to Man City in September.

The game will again be played behind closed doors but the Premier League fixtures remain staggered to give supporters the chance to watch their team.

Here's everything you need to know about Burnley vs Spurs.

When is the match?

Burnley are back in action on Monday, October 26.

The match at Turf Moor is an 8pm kick off.

Is it live on TV?

It is indeed. Burnley fans can watch the action as it unfolds live on Sky Sports.

The game is the final match of the Premier League weekend.

You can watch the action with a Now TV pass available here.

Can I live stream the game?

Yes. Sky Sports is available to watch online through three different platforms: Sky Go, Sky Sports Mobile TV and Now TV, although a subscription or payment will be needed.

What are the odds?

Spurs start this match as favourites, priced at 8/13 with the bookies, with Burnley 9/2. The draw is 3/1. Odds courtesy of The Pools.com