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MORIAS COULD BE ADDED TO SQUAD AFTER MIDWEEK WORK OUT

Carlisle United v Northampton Town team news

10 August 2018

Shay Facey and Junior Morias are both in contention for Saturday’s trip to Carlisle United, with Morias having successfully come through a midweek reserve game, while Shaun McWilliams will be given every opportunity to prove his fitness.

McWilliams picked up a hamstring injury last weekend and is being assessed by the club's medical staff.

"We are looking at Shaun but beside that everyone is fit and healthy," confirmed boss Dean Austin.

"It's nice to have nearly a full squad to pick from and I've got plenty to think about.

"The players are always giving me a lot to think about and I've just got to try and pick the right team with the right formula to try and get the three points on Saturday."

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CARLISLE UNITED 2 NORTHAMPTON TOWN 2

Carlisle United 2 Northampton Town 2 - the match report

11 August 2018

SKY BET LEAGUE 2      
Saturday August 11th, 3.00pm      
Brunton Park

CARLISLE UNITED 2
(Jamie Devitt 30 mins)
(Hallam Hope 63 mins)

NORTHAMPTON TOWN 2
(Kevin van Veen 40 mins)
(Matt Crooks 62 mins)

Attendance: 4,521 (349 away)

Carlisle: Joe Fryer, Danny Grainger, Gary Liddle, Tom Parkes, Mike Jones (Regan Slater 43), Hallam Hope, Jamie Devitt, George Glendon (Adam Campbell 60), Richie Bennett, Jerry Yates, Kelvin Etuhu.
Subs not used: Adam Collin, Gary Miller, Anthony Gerrard, Macauley Gillesphey, Sam Adewusi.

 
Cobblers: David Cornell, Hakeem Odoffin, Ash Taylor (c), Aaron Pierre, David Buchanan, Daniel Powell (Dean Bowditch 66), Matt Crooks, John-Joe O'Toole (Sam Foley 88), Sam Hoskins, Kevin van Veen, Andy Williams (Billy Waters 73).
Subs not used: Luke Coddington, Leon Barnett, Jordan Turnbull, Jack Bridge.

Referee: Tom Neild

Booked:
Carlisle: Gary Liddle (10 mins) Jamie Devitt (90 mins)
Cobblers: Matt Crooks 8 mins (1st of the season), Aaron Pierre 28 mins (1st), Sam Hoskins (45, 1st)

5 cautions on or before 19 games; 1 match suspension
10 cautions on or before 32 games; 2 match suspension       
15 cautions at any time in season; 3 match suspension

Sent off:
Carlisle: none      
Cobblers: none

Sendings off: 2 cautions in one game; 1 match suspension but cautions do not count towards above totals. Other sendings off; 1 or 3 match suspension. Extra match ban for additional sendings off.

The Cobblers made the long trip north to Carlisle for their first away game of the season and with Shaun McWilliams sidelined with a hamstring injury, Kevin van Veen came into the side. Luke Coddington replaced Lewis Ward on the bench, the on-loan Reading keeper unavailable due to a minor hand injury.

David Cornell tipped an early effort from former Cobblers loanee Hallam Hope onto the post while Daniel Powell had the first real chance of the afternoon for the Cobblers, his snap-shot from 8-yards going wide.

Jamie Devitt and Andy Williams traded chances at either end but it was Carlisle who took the lead, Devitt finding the top corner from distance.

Kevin van Veen drew the Cobblers level with a looping header, Williams pin-point cross creating the opportunity for the Dutchman. The goal lifted Dean Austin’s side with Sam Hoskins, Williams and van Veen again all going close before half-time.

 Williams cracked a shot from 25-yards just wide in the early stages of the second half and the Cobblers were in front on 62 minutes, Matt Crooks there to finish at the far post following a good ball in from Hoskins.

Parity was restored almost immediately though, Hallam Hope slotting the ball past Cornell into the bottom corner.

The game was in the balance as Dean Bowditch replaced Daniel Powell in the Cobblers first change. Billy Waters was also introduced with just over fifteen minutes to play, Williams making way.

Richie Bennett saw a header deflected wide and a well-placed Regan Slater fluffed his lines in front of goal as Carlisle enjoyed a spell of pressure. Sam Foley came on for John-Joe O’Toole with the 90 minutes nearly up and despite a late penalty shout from the home side the game ended 2-2.



CARLISLE MATCH STATS (first half in brackets, match total out of brackets)     
SHOTS ON TARGET: (3) 6
SHOTS OFF TARGET: (4) 8
CORNERS: (1) 4          
FOULS: (10) 20        
CAUGHT OFFSIDE: (0) 0

COBBLERS MATCH STATS (first half in brackets, match total out of brackets)      
SHOTS ON TARGET: (3) 6 
SHOTS OFF TARGET: (3) 8
CORNERS: (2) 2
FOULS: (7) 12
CAUGHT OFFSIDE: (0) 0 

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Ticket News

SAVE MONEY BY BUYING CARLISLE UNITED TICKETS IN ADVANCE

Ticket information for our game at Brunton Park

6 August 2018

Carlisle United v Northampton Town
Sky Bet League 2
Saturday August 11th 2018
Kick off 3pm

We have received 600 allocated seating tickets on the Pioneer Foods Stand and four wheelchair and carer tickets.

Tickets are now on sale from the ticket office at the PTS Academy Stadium and ntfcdirect.co.uk priced as follows:

Adult £19
Senior aged 65+ £16
Young person aged 18-22 £13
Junior aged 11-17 £10
Child aged 10 and under £7 (must be accompanied by an adult)
Child aged 6 and under free (must be accompanied by an adult)

One adult and one junior £27
One adult and two juniors £35
One senior and one junior £24

Disabled carer free
Wheelchair £4
Wheelchair carer free

All prices, apart from junior and child tickets raise by £3 on a matchday.

Carlisle United offer a bar code entry system at Brunton Park so please keep your ticket in good condition.

Wheelchair supporters are located pitchside, adjacent to the away supporters. This area is uncovered and the prices are therefore reduced. Spaces are limited, so advanced purchase is recommended.

All ambulant disabled supporters are charged the appropriate age rate. Should a full time carer be required, the carer is free of charge. Carer tickets will only be issued if, when purchasing the tickets, the person can show evidence of full time carer status. Advanced purchase is recommended.

Tickets will remain on sale until 4pm on Friday August 10th. Any tickets purchased online and not collected from the PTS Academy Stadium will be taken to the venue for collection on arrival.

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