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Peterborough United vs Carlisle preview - Baldwin blow for Posh

Posted Saturday, November 08, 2014 by PA23 hits

Peterborough go into Saturday's FA Cup clash with Carlisle without defender Jack Baldwin after he suffered a cruciate knee ligament injury last week. The 21-year-old was forced off after 40 minutes of the 2-1 defeat to Scunthorpe and now faces 10 to 12 months on the sidelines. Darren Ferguson will resist the temptation to recall Shaun Brisley from his loan spell with Scunthorpe and choose Bald...Full Story »

Portsmouth 3 : 0 Carlisle - Storey makes Carlisle pay

Posted Saturday, November 01, 2014 by PA37 hits

Miles Storey starred as promotion hopefuls Portsmouth smashed a woeful Carlisle side 3-0 at Fratton Park. Craig Westcarr and Storey's first-half goals ensured Pompey were in command before Danny Hollands made sure of the points. Carlisle then saw Hayden White sent off late on to cap a forgettable afternoon following their long journey to the south coast. It took just two minutes for the home ...Full Story »

Portsmouth vs Carlisle preview - Whatmough boost for Pompey

Posted Saturday, November 01, 2014 by PA35 hits

Jack Whatmough has been passed fit for Portsmouth ahead of the home game against Carlisle. The 18-year-old centre-half played for an hour for Pompey's reserves in midweek having missed the previous five matches with a hamstring injury. Forgotten striker Tom Craddock has stepped up his training after 11 months on the sidelines with knee trouble but he is still some way from returning to action....Full Story »

Carlisle 2 : 1 Oxford United - Asamoah puts U's to the sword

Posted Saturday, October 25, 2014 by PA42 hits

Derek Asamoah grabbed his second goal in two games to earn Carlisle a dramatic late 2-1 win at Oxford. Derek Hylton fired the U's in front just before the break with his 11th goal of the season, but Mark Beck equalised with a header before substitute Asamoah struck in the 90th minute. Carlisle's on loan Bolton striker George Iliev had two of his side's best first half chances, firing straight ...Full Story »

Carlisle vs Oxford preview - Trio doubtful for Cumbrians

Posted Saturday, October 25, 2014 by PA26 hits

Carlisle defender Troy Archibald-Henville remains a doubt for the clash with Oxford due to the unspecified injury that kept him out of the midweek home defeat to Burton, while skipper Paul Thirlwell and Sean O'Hanlon are also nursing knocks. Striker Steven Rigg has missed the last two games due to a groin strain but may return to contention and defender Courtney Meppen-Walter is hoping to featu...Full Story »

Carlisle 3 : 4 Burton Albion FC - Brewers edge seven-goal contest

Posted Tuesday, October 21, 2014 by PA22 hits

A first half goal blitz sank Carlisle and enabled Burton to hold on for victory as an entertaining game at Brunton Park finished 4-3 to the visitors. Goals from Damien McCrory, Lee Bell, Jacob Blyth and Alex MacDonald left the Cumbrians with a mountain to climb, although Kyle Dempsey and Brad Potts did manage replies for the home side in a remarkable six-goal opening period. Derek Asamoah grab...Full Story »

Carlisle vs Burton preview - Rigg hopes to make Brewers clash

Posted Tuesday, October 21, 2014 by PA38 hits

Carlisle striker Steven Rigg is hoping to overcome a groin strain in time for the home game against Burton. Rigg did not travel with Keith Curle's squad for the weekend defeat at Plymouth but could return to play some part as Carlisle chase a third straight home league win. Curle must decide whether to include Matty Robson in his starting line-up. The defender/winger returned as a half-time su...Full Story »

Plymouth Argyle 1 : 0 Carlisle - Plymouth continue winning run

Posted Saturday, October 18, 2014 by PA34 hits

John Sheridan's high-flying Plymouth Argyle made it three Sky Bet League Two wins in a row following a 1-0 home victory over Carlisle to end United's three-match winning streak. Lewis Alessandra scored Argyle's 15th minute winner from close range, first-timing home Dominic Blizzard's cross from the left following a patient build-up. Carlisle had two efforts cleared off the line by Argyle skipp...Full Story »

Plymouth Argyle vs Carlisle preview - Reid set for Plymouth inclusion

Posted Saturday, October 18, 2014 by PA40 hits

Plymouth look set to include Reuben Reid in their starting line-up to face Carlisle. The striker had been taking painkillers for a hip problem but came through 86 minutes of their 1-0 win at Tranmere last weekend having netted the game's only goal and looks likely to keep his place. Nathan Thomas could come into contention having returned to training this week. The winger suffered an asthma at...Full Story »

Carlisle 3 : 0 Stevenage Borough - Cumbrians revival continues

Posted Saturday, October 11, 2014 by PA11 hits

Carlisle's revival continued as they made it three straight league wins under new manager Keith Curle with a 3-0 win over a disappointing Stevenage side. First half goals from Brad Potts and Steven Rigg set them on their way and Mark Beck was on hand to add a third late on. An impressive first half performance belied Carlisle's lowly league position and they took a deserved 17th-minute lead wh...Full Story »

Carlisle vs Stevenage Borough preview - Curle to monitor options

Posted Saturday, October 11, 2014 by PA30 hits

Carlisle boss Keith Curle could make one or two changes for his side's home game against Stevenage. Curle recalled Dave Symington and Sean O'Hanlon to the starting line-up for the midweek Johnstone's Paint Trophy penalty shoot-out defeat at Tranmere and must decide whether to retain them. O'Hanlon overcame a toe injury to play the full 90 minutes, while winger David Amoo (hamstring) and midfie...Full Story »

Hartlepool United FC 0 : 3 Carlisle - Pools drop to basement

Posted Saturday, October 04, 2014 by PA15 hits

Carlisle moved off the bottom of Sky Bet League Two with a 3-0 win over new basement club Hartlepool. In a meeting of 22nd versus 24th, it was the visitors who came out on top at Victoria Park thanks to Steven Rigg and Stephen Elliott's first goals for the club, which were added to by a late Mark Beck strike. The result heaped further pressure on Pools boss Colin Cooper, with his side languish...Full Story »

Hartlepool United FC vs Carlisle preview - Double doubt for Pools

Posted Saturday, October 04, 2014 by PA38 hits

Hartlepool pair Jack Compton and David Atkinson are both doubtful for the home game against Carlisle. Winger Compton was forced out of last week's goalless draw with Portsmouth with knee and calf injuries and will be assessed, while on-loan Middlesbrough defender Atkinson returned to his parent club this week after sustaining a minor knock in training. Defender Stuart Parnaby remains sidelined...Full Story »

Carlisle 1 : 0 Tranmere Rovers - Amoo boosts Curle's Cumbrians

Posted Saturday, September 27, 2014 by PA17 hits

A second-half header from David Amoo earned Carlisle their first three points of the season as they saw off Tranmere 1-0 to end a dismal 15-game run since their last league victory. New manager Keith Curle got off to a winning start in his first home game in charge although it was not sufficient to lift the Cumbrians off bottom spot in League Two. Carlisle started purposefully, but failed to t...Full Story »

Carlisle vs Tranmere Rovers preview - Late test for Sweeney

Posted Saturday, September 27, 2014 by PA17 hits

Carlisle midfielder Antony Sweeney faces a late fitness test ahead of boss Keith Curle's first home game in charge against Tranmere. Sweeney was replaced early in the second half during last week's defeat at Mansfield and will be assessed, but defender Sean O'Hanlon remains sidelined with a toe injury. Left-back Matty Robson (knee) has returned to training but is some way off first-team action...Full Story »

Mansfield Town 3 : 2 Carlisle - Stags fend off Carlisle comeback

Posted Saturday, September 20, 2014 by PA34 hits

A gutsy second-half fightback by bottom club Carlisle fell just short as they lost 3-2 at Mansfield. But it will have given new manager Keith Curle, a former Stag, plenty of hope for turning their season around. The hosts were in cruise control at the break with a 3-0 advantage and lively Rakish Bingham was the two-goal star turn. He had forced a save from Mark Gillespie in the opening minute...Full Story »

Mansfield Town vs Carlisle preview - Lambe in Stags squad

Posted Saturday, September 20, 2014 by PA32 hits

Mansfield hope to include new signing Reggie Lambe in their squad for the visit of bottom club Carlisle. Lambe agreed to join the Stags last week but the club are still trying to sort international clearance for the forward from Swedish side Nykopings BIS. Although Paul Cox has one or two players nursing knocks and bruises after the midweek win over Morecambe, John Dempster (groin) and Luke Jo...Full Story »

Shrewsbury Town 1 : 0 Carlisle - Carlisle remain rooted to basement

Posted Tuesday, September 16, 2014 by PA31 hits

Carlisle remain rock bottom of the Football League after Jermaine Grandison's header late in the first half proved enough to earn Shrewsbury a 1-0 home win. And, just to prove it was not Carlisle's night, they had caretaker player-manager Paul Thirlwell sent off just before the end for a second bookable offence. Right-back Grandison made the breakthrough two minutes before the interval for Shr...Full Story »

Shrewsbury vs Carlisle preview - Shrews sweat on Gayle and Robinson

Posted Tuesday, September 16, 2014 by PA58 hits

Shrewsbury could be without Cameron Gayle and Andy Robinson for the visit of Carlisle. Defender Gayle is struggling with an ankle problem while midfielder Robinson has a quad injury but neither are expected to be long-term doubts. The 1-0 defeat to Stevenage at the weekend was the third loss in a row for Micky Mellon's side, having been unbeaten in their first seven of the season. Mellon wi...Full Story »

Carlisle 0 : 3 Bury - Cumbrians' pain continues

Posted Saturday, September 13, 2014 by PA27 hits

Bury thrashed managerless Carlisle 3-0 to leave the Cumbrians still searching for their first league win of the season. Bury's pacy attack posed lots of problems for the Carlisle defence with goals from Danny Rose, Craig Jones and Ryan Lowe earning them the three points. The Shakers would have been ahead by half time but for some profligate finishing. Jones was the biggest culprit, missing two...Full Story »

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