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Toon in training: It's Hammer time!

After taking ten points from the last 12 available, Newcastle United will be looking to add to their tally against West Ham United on Sunday (kick-off 2.15pm BST).

And Steve Bruce has plenty of options for the match, with Jamaal Lascelles training despite an ankle injury and Allan Saint-Maximin looking sharp after featuring in all four of the Magpies' matches since football restarted last month.

The United head coach will need to decide whether to restore the likes of Matt Ritchie and Isaac Hayden to his starting line-up, or whether to give an opportunity to Valentino Lazaro, who impressed after coming from the bench at AFC Bournemouth in midweek, and Andy Carroll, who could face his former club at the weekend.

Florian Lejuene also took part in Saturday's training session, as did new signing Mark Gillespie, and Serena Taylor brought nufc.co.uk this gallery from Newcastle's Benton HQ. 

 

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