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Tottenham confirm quartet out of Newcastle clash, availability of Spurs duo unclear

14 August 2017

Full-back DeAndre Yedlin will miss Newcastle's opening Premier League fixture against Tottenham on Sunday through injury.

Newcastle's Shelvey was sent off early in the second half at St James' Park for stepping on Alli's ankle while the England playmaker was lying on the pitch. He was later joined on the bench by Florian Lejeune following a heavy challenge from Harry Kane that resulted in a booking for the Spurs striker.

To make matters worse, Newcastle were already relegated and played the last 23 minutes with 10 men.

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Kane struck the woodwork late on having gone one-on-one with Elliot, as his run of failing to score in August went one game longer.

The Citizens then padded their lead when Brighton's Lewis Dunk scored an own-goal just five minutes later. "We'll try to sign a few players more, we're trying hard to bring some new energy".

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Fittingly, it was Alli who opened the scoring with a clinical finish from Christian Eriksen's sublime pass before Ben Davies wrapped up the points.

It looked like the last 20 minutes would be an exercise in damage limitation for the home side, but they actually had their best spell of the game with 10 minutes remaining when Atsu had two shots at goal and their intensity nearly threw Spurs, but the visitors held on.

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Tottenham confirm quartet out of Newcastle clash, availability of Spurs duo unclear