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Members of the Carlisle United Trust are meeting today about a potential £1.26 million investment in the club.
The Trust is voting on whether to reduce their shareholding from 25.4 per cent to 10 per cent to allow businessman Andrew Lapping's investment proposals to go ahead.
The move could pave the way for Mr Lapping to bring up to £1.26 million into the club.
If the Trust does not approve the new arrangement, Mr Lapping, who is being backed by several local businessmen, has said he would "walk away" from investing in the club.
Ryan Dollard looks at this weekend's game between Carlisle United and Oxford United.
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Carlisle United could take a big step towards securing League Two survival with a win over Oxford tomorrow.
Victory over the side directly above them could pull United four places and seven points clear of the trapdoor.
The manager says at this stage of the season it is all about holding your nerve:
Carlisle United will be looking to build on their midweek victory over Northampton when they face Morecambe at Brunton Park tomorrow.
A win could put them six points clear of the relegation zone, defeat could see them drop back inside it. Ryan Dollard looks ahead to another crucial game for the blues.
Carlisle picked up a valuable three points in their relegation fight with a 2-0 victory away at Northampton Town last night.
After a goalless first half, Jason Kennedy put the Blues ahead when he slotted in Kyle Dempsey's pass.
Dempsey soon doubled the advantage heading home from David Amoo's cross.
Northampton's best chances saw James Gray's header saved by Dan Hanford and Brendon Moloney firing over the bar.
The result saw Carlisle move three points clear of the relegation zone.
Carlisle United's relegation battle continues tonight with a tough journey to Northampton Town. The homeside have won seven of their last ten games while United are three points and two places above the danger zone.
The game begins at 7.45 this evening.