English Premier League match today at EPL Maskani on K24 TV 2-9-2023


On Saturday, September 2, there will be four matches in the English Premier League that begin at 3 p.m., featuring the match between Burnley and Tottenham Hotspur.

The game will take place at Turf Moor, and as of this weekend, the hosts are in 18th place with 0 points, while the guests are in third place with 7 points.

Burnley enters the match fresh off a 1-0 League Cup second-round victory away at Nottingham Forest on Wednesday evening.

After being promoted from the Championship, Burnley scored the game's lone goal in the 90th minute, giving them their first win of the season.

Burnley's Premier League season got off to a bad start at home against the reigning champions, Manchester City, losing 3-0.

The Clarets trailed 2-0 at the break and had a player sent off late in the match. Burnley played their second league match of the season last weekend after having a game pushed back, and they lost 3-1 to Aston Villa at home.

After 20 minutes, the visitors were up 2-0, and although Burnley scored first in the second half, they gave it up again just after the hour mark.

Burnley's previous four home fixtures in the Premier League have all ended in losses, and each of those games saw more than 2.5 goals.
Tottenham Hotspur leaves the League Cup after losing to Fulham on penalties and heads up to Turf Moor.

Due to a missed opportunity in the 19th minute, the host team took the lead. However, the Spurs quickly tied the score after the break. 


Fulham remained composed from the penalty spot as the score remained tied at one.

The setback at Fulham marked Spurs' first defeat in a competitive game this year.
They drew at Brentford to open their Premier League season, 2-2, and then played well at home to defeat Manchester United, 2-0, in their subsequent league match.


 Last Saturday, Spurs defeated Bournemouth 2-0 on the road in the Premier League, with a goal in each half.

The Spurs have only won two of their last 13 road games in all leagues, according to trends. Spurs have scored at least one goal in each of their previous 16 games in all tournaments.

Burnley's attacker Anass Zaroury is banned, according to team news. Hjalmar Ekdal, Aaron Ramsey, and Vitinho, who were hurt on Wednesday, are questionable about participating. Jordan Beyer, Darko Churlinov, and Michael Obafemi are also injured.

Alfie Whiteman, Bryan Gil, Ryan Sessegnon, and Hugo Lloris are all out due to injuries, leaving Spurs with four players on the treatment table.

Burnley has had a difficult time adjusting to life in the Premier League, and this might be yet another forgettable game.

  The match will be live on K24 TV, Kameme TV and K24 Plus.

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