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Newcastle United players are quietly confident about getting something out of their trip to Turf Moor.

Rafa Benitez has quickly brushed off any fears that being back in the Premier League would require a settling in stage and Newcastle are going into games with a genuine belief they can get something.

The key for Newcastle in the next few weeks is getting points on the board with some tougher tests, against the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, and Arsenal, lying in wait.

And the game against the Clarets is certainly classed as a fixture that could help Newcastle edge closer to their first target of the season, which is the 40-point mark.

Motherwell vs Aberdeen

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Aberdeen tried to sign Motherwell striker Louis Moult during the summer and the Englishman has five goals in his last four games.

The Steelmen are unbeaten in their last four winning three and coming back from two goals down on Saturday to draw 2-2 with Hibs at Easter Road.

The front-man will be destined to start along with Cedric Kipre, Richard Tait and Chris Cadden.

While the Well are in good form the Dons haven’t lost in their last six in all competitions.

Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock at Pittodrie dragged McInnes’ side two points behind Celtic in the Premiership table as they made it two draws in succession.

The Well defender was sent off against Ross County in the previous round.

Aberdeen midfielder Greg Tansey has delayed a groin operation to be available to play, but is likely to be on the bench for a third game in a row.

Midfielder Craig Storie and defender Danny Harvie remain sidelined through injury.

Both sides drew their Premiership games on Saturday, Motherwell 2-2 away to Hibernian and Aberdeen 1-1 at home to Kilmarnock.

The Dons, who last won the League Cup in 2014, were runners-up to Celtic last season.

Motherwell, whose only League Cup success was in season 1950-51, last reached the quarter-finals in season 2010-11, when they went on to lose 2-1 to Rangers in the semi-finals.

British Grand Prix 2017 Live

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Formula 1 reaches the halfway point of the 2017 season at Silverstone this weekend with the British Grand Prix, and the race for the championship is becoming more open than ever.

Valtteri Bottas’ controlled victory for Mercedes in Austria last weekend drew him to within 35 points of points leader Sebastian Vettel, appearing to disrupt the belief that just two drivers were capable of winning the drivers’ title this year.

Bottas has proven to be a strong teammate to partner three-time champion Lewis Hamilton, whose recent lull – two podiums in the last seven races – has caused him to fall 20 points shy of Ferrari’s Vettel at the head of the standings.

Hamilton arrives at his home grand prix chasing a fourth straight success at Silverstone – but with the competition tougher than ever, he will require every extra boost from the home faithful to make it happen.

2017 British Grand Prix – Talking Points

Bottas bids to continue march, gatecrash title race

Maybe it was premature to assume Bottas was out of contention for the F1 title. Maybe it was even a little disrespectful. The truth of the matter is that F1’s newest flying Finn is definitely in contention – and had it not been for a 15-point loss with his DNF in Spain, he’d even be level with Hamilton for points.

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Formula 1 reaches the halfway point of the 2017 season at Silverstone this weekend with the British Grand Prix, and the race for the championship is becoming more open than ever.

Valtteri Bottas’ controlled victory for Mercedes in Austria last weekend drew him to within 35 points of points leader Sebastian Vettel, appearing to disrupt the belief that just two drivers were capable of winning the drivers’ title this year.

Bottas has proven to be a strong teammate to partner three-time champion Lewis Hamilton, whose recent lull – two podiums in the last seven races – has caused him to fall 20 points shy of Ferrari’s Vettel at the head of the standings.

Hamilton arrives at his home grand prix chasing a fourth straight success at Silverstone – but with the competition tougher than ever, he will require every extra boost from the home faithful to make it happen.

2017 British Grand Prix – Talking Points

Bottas bids to continue march, gatecrash title race

Maybe it was premature to assume Bottas was out of contention for the F1 title. Maybe it was even a little disrespectful. The truth of the matter is that F1’s newest flying Finn is definitely in contention – and had it not been for a 15-point loss with his DNF in Spain, he’d even be level with Hamilton for points.

Bottas has gone well at Silverstone in the past, charging from 17th to second in 2014 for Williams, and on his current run of form, a third grand prix victory is certainly within his reach this weekend.

For Sebastian Vettel, the focus will be on steadying the loss of points since his last win in Monaco six weeks ago. It’s been a rocky patch that included the controversy in Baku, so to bounce back with a win at Silverstone would be important for his title bid heading towards the summer break.

For Hamilton? The stakes are even higher…

Hamilton looks for more home folklore

Lewis Hamilton’s record at Silverstone is the envy of the field. Four wins in total and three in the last three years make him one of the most successful home drivers in British motorsport history, trailing only Jim Clark on five victories.

Hamilton will seek the match Clark this weekend and give his title bid the shot in the arm it needs. Just two podiums in the last six races have caused him to drop back from Vettel, and with Bottas now coming into the picture, Hamilton is in need of points – and fast.

But a win this weekend would mean even more than that for Hamilton. After controversially being the only driver to miss the F1 Live London event in his home capital on Wednesday, it hasn’t been the best of PR weeks for the three-time champion.

Sure, the crowds will still be cheering loudest for Hamilton at the weekend, but he will want to delight those decked in Union Jack colors as a way to make up for his absence earlier in the week.

Red Bull eager to continue progress

The Ferrari-Mercedes title fight has been the biggest talking point so far this season, yet in recent weeks, Red Bull has been making some rapid progress as it tries to come into contention at the front of the pack.

From finishing 45 seconds off the race winner in Australia to just six seconds in Austria last weekend, Red Bull’s RB13 car has come on leaps and bounds, with Daniel Ricciardo leading its charge.

Ricciardo’s victory in Baku was opportunist, but his charge to the podium in Austria and late defence of a charging Hamilton was arguably even more impressive, truly proving just how competitive Red Bull has become.

Things haven’t been so smooth for Max Verstappen, though, with five DNFs in the last seven races leaving the Dutchman in a real rut that he needs to get out of as soon as possible. F1’s teen sensation has set the sport on fire since debuting in 2015, but now he has his first mighty challenge to try and overcome.

2017 cars set to light up Silverstone

The hubbub and excitement around the new-style 2017 cars has dimmed somewhat as the season has worn on, with new track records and thrilling displays becoming something of the norm.

But Silverstone should remind us all just how exciting the high-downforce cars are as the field tames some of the most iconic corners in the sport.

Most are expecting the entire Turn 1 and 2 sequence at Abbey and Farm to be flat, while seeing the 2017 cars dance through Maggots, Becketts and through to Chapel will be incredible, particularly on the first lap when they run nose-to-tail.

Quaker State 400

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Track: Kentucky Speedway
Location: Sparta, Kentucky
Track length: 1.5 miles

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NASCAR heads to Kentucky Speedway this weekend for races in all three major series. Brad Keselowski will be going for a record fourth win in the Bluegrass State in just six Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races at the track. Keselowski, who won the race last year, currently sits sixth in the regular season standings and third in the playoff points via his two wins and three stage victories.

Kyle Busch is no stranger to Kentucky either with two wins under his belt. Despite being third in the points, Busch has yet to win a playoff-clinching race this season. A victory Saturday night would not only lock the No. 18 in, but also add to his four playoff points already accumulated.

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will look to continue his momentum from last week’s Coke Zero 400 victory at Daytona as he seeks his third win of the season and his career. However, Stenhouse Jr. has never finished in the top 10 at Kentucky.

Previous Quaker State 400 winners

2016: Brad Keselowski
2015: Kyle Busch
2014: Brad Keselowski
2013: Matt Kenseth
2012: Brad Keselowski

Winless drivers that have won at upcoming tracks

Kentucky: Ky. Busch, Kenseth
New Hampshire: Ky. Busch, Kenseth, Bowyer, Hamlin, Kasey Kahne
Indianapolis: Ky. Busch, McMurray, Paul Menard
Pocono: Hamlin, Kenseth, Dale Earnhardt Jr., Kahne, Chris Buescher
Watkins Glen: Hamlin, Ky. Busch, AJ Allmendinger
Michigan: Ky. Busch, Hamlin, Earnhardt Jr., Kenseth, Kahne
Bristol: Ky. Busch, Hamlin, Kenseth, Earnhardt Jr., Kahne
Darlington: Ky. Busch, Hamlin, Kenseth
Richmond: Ky. Busch, Hamlin, Kenseth, Bowyer, Earnhardt Jr., Kahne

New York City FC vs Minnesota United FC

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