Carlisle United won away to Bury in their latest league fixture.
On loan striker Joe Garner struck in the last minute to salvage a point for United against bottom club Bury. The home side, without a win all season, took the lead in the first half through Zac Thompson.
United looked to be heading for their first away defeat in five games before Garner popped up to give the Cumbrian's a 1-1 draw.
Carlisle United Boss Greg Abbott says he's had enough of his team's bad defending and it's time for a change at Bury tonight.
The Blues go into this re-arranged League One fixture on the back of a humbling home defeat at the hands of Notts County last weekend and the Carlisle Boss has promised to make big changes to both personnel and tactics for the match at Gigg Lane.
But it's not all doom and gloom for the Cumbrians. Their home form may be suspect, but they're actually looking for their 4th consecutive AWAY win this evening.
Carlisle United travel to Bury for their latest league fixture. They are hoping to bounce back form their biggest defeat of their season in the last home fixture against Notts County.
Bury are currently bottom of the League 1.
The speedway season is reaching a crescendo and the Comets are still alive in three competitions after they beat Edinburgh to stay afloat in the play-offs.
Workington were then leading Ipswich in the League Cup semi-final before that was abandoned.
They're still involved in the Knock-out cup, but they lost Saturday night's semi-final first leg at Newcastle by 18 points. Berwick Bandits still have the chance to salvage something from their frustrating season.
The win over Redcar Bears on Saturday means they're well placed to make progress in the Premier Clubs Trophy. The Bandits can make the final as long as they evade a big defeat when they go to Glasgow next Sunday.
It's a dismal afternoon for Blues fans as Carlisle are thrashed 4-0 at Brunton Park. Inevitably, Francois Zoko came off the bench to score for the the third for the visitors to bring more misery on the Warwick Road End faithful.
GOAL: Cambell-Ryce (57min)
This is turning into a rout. Jamal Cambell-Ryce goes down under the challenge of Mike Edwards an a penalty is given. He then picks himself up to convert the spot-kick.
Goal: Zoko (54min)
It was always going to happen! Francois Zoko scores yet another goal at Brunton Park - but this time it's against the Cumbrians.
SUBSTITUTION: Francois Zoko is on for Alan Judge. The former Carlisle favourite receives a mixed reception from the Brunton Park fans.
GOAL: Bishop (27min)
Neal Bishop makes it 2-0 to Notts County with a low finish. To make matters worse for Carlisle, Zoko is coming on!