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Kick-off for the match is at 3pm at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. You can follow all of the action throughout the afternoon and evening with Alasdair Gold, who is live in N17. Tottenham vs Burnley

Alasdair Gold for live coverage of Tottenham's final weekend home Premier League game of the season as they welcome Burnley.

Ange Postecoglou has plenty of injury issues in his squad right now, with no fit left-backs and Brazil manager Dorival Junior said on Friday that Richarlison has a calf injury that means he will need to miss this summer's Copa America, which suggests that the striker might not be in the position to start for Spurs despite his goal and assist at Liverpool.

Kick-off for the match is at 3pm at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. You can follow all of the action throughout the afternoon and evening with , who is live in N17.

Lo Celso and Hojbjerg coming on for Maddison and Sarr.

Tottenham's new inverted left-back Micky van de Ven has just picked up the ball, run inside off the flank, Scarlett drawing away a defender, and he's slotted a lovely finish into the bottom left corner. The Flying Dutchman.

All Spurs at the moment and Romero is inches away from teeing up Scarlett before Sarr has a shot saved from the loose ball.

Dragusin, Bentancur and Scarlett on for Skipp, Bissouma and Kulusevski.

Kulusevski intercepts a pass across the Burnley box but curls his shot into the keeper's arms.

Johnson sends Maddison away but his shot is saved by the sprawling keeper.

The second half kicks off.

All square at the break and here are our first half Spurs player ratings:

Guglielmo Vicario

Pedro Porro

Cristian Romero

Micky van de Ven

Oliver Skipp

Pape Matar Sarr

Yves Bissouma

James Maddison

Brennan Johnson

Son Heung-min

Dejan Kulusevski

Chance for Johnson as he intercepts a pass in the Burnley box and tries to squeeze in an effort from a very tight angle with the pass to Son blocked off.

Pedro Porro scores a lovely goal to level the scores. He won the ball back then interchanged passes with Johnson before firing a rasping effort past Muric. 1-1.

Larsen latches on to a ball through the middle and slots home. Sarr, Johnson and Porro all failed to stop Berge in the build-up. Really poor.

Another chance for Spurs as Kulusevski curls in a cross that Johnson volleys at goal but Muric pushes it away.

Chance for Burnley as Vitinho is free at the back post to send a header at Vicario and then Romero did well to head the follow-up off away from the goal.

That would have been one of the best goals of Spurs season. It started in their own box and swept up the pitch with quick passing before Maddison fired a shot that was deflected over the bar.

We're up and running.

He may be injured, but Richarlison is in attendance, spotted down by the South Stand waving his flag.

Yeah, he picked up, in the last action of training yesterday, a calf injury and we're not too sure. He's gone for a scan so we'll wait and see what the outcome is, but not available for today.

Vicario; Porro, Romero, Van de Ven, Skipp; Sarr, Bissouma, Maddison; Kulusevski, Son, Johnson. Austin, Dragusin, Emerson, Hojbjerg, Bentancur, Lo Celso, Gil, Moore, Scarlett.

The Tottenham boss confirmed that Son will play a key part at Spurs next season, was not impressed by a suggestion he might give up on the top four, spoke his second season in Japan and believes Bissouma was outstanding against Liverpool. You can find all of that by heading right here.