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Toon in training: United looking to earn their Spurs

Newcastle United are determined to claim their first Premier League win of the season against last season's Champions League finalists Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.

Steve Bruce's side lost to Norwich City last weekend and that followed an opening day defeat to Arsenal. The games don't get any easier but, ahead of a first ever visit to Spurs' new stadium, the players looked to be in a positive frame of mind as they look to kickstart their campaign.

Joelinton - who picked up a hip injury at Carrow Road - was fit enough to train and while Allan Saint-Maximin did not take part in Tuesday morning's session, he could still be involved against Spurs depending on his progress over the next couple of days.

In another boost for Bruce, Andy Carroll and Florian Lejeune were both training outside and although they have yet to resume full training, both are getting closer under the guidance of the club's medical staff.

Club photographer Serena Taylor brought nufc.co.uk this gallery from United's Benton base. 

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