At Home Park on Saturday a team claimed their fourth consecutive victory.
Unfortunately from the Cumbrian perspective, that team was Plymouth Argyle not Carlisle United.
Ryan Dollard reports.
Carlisle United's winning streak under new manager Keith Curle has come to an end. The Blues lost 1-0 away to Plymouth. The result leaves United two points above the relegation zone.
Three in a row was brilliant, but four in a row really would make League Two sit up and take notice.
Carlisle are after their fourth consecutive league win tomorrow at Plymouth.
It's one of the Blues longest away trips of the season and Ryan Dollard was up bright and early to wave them off this morning
Carlisle United manager Keith Curle says he expects to speak to the board this week about how he feels his squad need shaped for the season.
Curle has lead the team to three successive wins and will shortly decide where the squad needs strengthening and which players are surplus to requirements.
With three League wins in a row and three clean sheets, Keith Curle has made an instant impact on a Carlisle United side that looked devoid of belief just a few short weeks ago when they were rooted to the bottom of the football league. He says that he has done nothing radical, and that a focus on keeping things simple and player's application is behind the upturn in fortunes.
Goals from Brad Potts, Stephen Rigg and Mark Beck brought Carlisle United a third league win in a row on Saturday. The Cumbrians have moved up to twentieth in the table, two points clear of the drop zone.
Carlisle United take on Stevenage tomorrow looking to bounce back from the disappointment of being knocked out of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy by Tranmere on tuesday.
Keith Curle's side have won their last two league games and will be hoping to make it three in a row at Brunton Park.
Ryan Dollard reports.
Carlisle United manager Keith Curle believes he can bring the crowds back to Burton Park after two successive league victories.
The Blues are hoping for a third, when they take on Stevenage at home this Saturday.
Carlisle United manager Keith Curle has said his team won't be affected by their defeat to Tranmere in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy in midweek.
It was Curle's first defeat since taking over at Brunton Park last month.
Carlisle were knocked out on penalties, and the manager says they'll take plenty of positives into Saturday's home match against Stevenage.
Carlisle United face Tranmere Rovers in the Johnstones Paint Trophy tonight.
The Blues go into the game on the back of two wins in a row, including a victory over the Merseysiders in the league.
Manager Keith Curle insists he won't be using the game as a chance to rest players.