Tottenham v Brentford live stream, Amazon Prime, Thursday 2 December, 7.30pm
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Antonio Conte has had to wait longer than expected for his third league match as Tottenham boss, after his side’s trip to Burnley was snowed off at the weekend.
Spurs welcome Brentford to London on Thursday, still waiting for the opportunity to make up for an embarrassing 2-1 Conference League defeat to NS Mura in Slovenia a week earlier.
Before then, Conte earned his first win as Tottenham boss by beating Leeds 2-1 to end a three-match winless run.
The Italian said after the Mura game that “the level of Tottenham is not so high”, but he will be hoping to draw a good performance out of his side to take them back into top four contention.
Spurs are currently seventh, four points behind West Ham in fourth with a game in hand.
One of their main problems has been in attack. They’ve scored just 11 goals this season - only second-bottom Norwich have a worse record – and they’ve had fewer shots than any team in the league bar the Canaries.
Spus’ record of 10.3 shots per game is their lowest record in a Premier League season, and Conte will want to see some attacking verve from his players.
Brentford are coming off a 1-0 win over Everton, which ended a five-match winless run to take them up to 12th place.
It was the Bees’ first home league win and clean sheet since beating Arsenal on the opening day of the season.
The last meeting between the sides ended in a 2-0 win for Spurs, in a League Cup match in January.
Kick-off is at 7.30pm GMT on Thursday 2 December, and UK viewers can watch live on Amazon Prime Video. See below for international broadcast options.
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