A comprehensive list of Carlisle United's fixtures for next season, starting with Luton Town at Brunton Park on Saturday 9 August.
Carlisle United will have to face Boreham Wood again after a 0-0 draw at Meadow Park.
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Carlisle United head to Cambridge tomorrow for their fifth game of the season, still chasing their first win, and with Graham Kavanagh admitting that his side are already stretched by a growing injury list.
Injuries were a key factor in last season's relegation from League One with the Blues going through fifty players as a string of loan signings were needed to cover for long term absences.
This year it is a case of a new squad, a new approach, but the same old problems.
The United manager says there is no need to panic after a early disappointments. He says the league won't settle down into a realistic shape for a couple of months and that players and fans need to keep faith and composure.
Carlisle United host Southend tomorrow, Saturday 23 August.
Southend reached the play-offs last season but failed to climb out of League Two.
Carlisle are hoping for their first win since they dropped down from League One.
Ryan Dollard reports:
Carlisle United came away from Cheltenham with a point after a nil-nil draw in the Championship last night.
New striker Jack Marriott was in the starting line-up.
He joined yesterday on a one-month emergency loan from Ipswich Town.
Carlisle United have been preparing for their League Two match tonight, Tuesday 19 August, against Cheltenham Town.
The Blues have yet to win this season and currently sit third from bottom in the table.
Carlisle United lost their second game of the season at the weekend.
The Blues are yet to gain a point after their defeat on Saturday 16 August against Wycombe Wanderers.
The side were down to ten men towards the end of the second half when Alex Marrow was given a second yellow card. They lost 3 - 1 to a side who have won both their games this season.
United play Cheltenham Town away tomorrow, Tuesday 19 August.
For Carlisle United, week one contained promise and reasonable performance, but it also contained no points and two defeats.
Week Two, in League Two, begins away at Wycombe Wanderers tomorrow, Saturday 16 August.
Neil Billingham reports:
Carlisle United manager Graham Kavanagh is hoping his side can claim their first victory of the season against Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday.
The Blues lost their League Two opener to Luton Town before being knocked out of the Capital One Cup by Derby County two days later. But Kavanagh is accentuating the positives.
Carlisle United's manager says it'll be hard for his team to beat division 1 side Derby in their Capital One Cup game this evening.
But Graham Kavanagh says his side won't just sit back and defend when the visitors come to Brunton Park.
The match is live on Sky Sports. The kick off is at 7.45.
Hundreds of Carlisle United supporters wore free t-shirts at the first home match of the season. The club issued more than 3,500 blue t-shirts to fans after it announced that the new home kit wouldn't be available in time for the start of the season.
Production problems with the club's new supplier - Sondico Professional Ltd - meant that the new season's kit isn't available till the end of this week. Many of the fans wore the free blue T-shirts during the game against Luton at Brunton Park yesterday.
The new kit's design is based on the 1974/75 season when Carlisle played in the old division one.
The manager of Carlisle United says he's surprised that his team got beaten on the first game of the season. Graham Kavanagh's side lost 1-0 at home to newly promoted side Luton Town.
– Graham Kavanagh, manager of Carlisle United
The first half was pretty negative from the players. I can't tell you why. The build up through the week was very good. We worked yesterday on tactics. I knew it was going to be a difficult start. But we didn't come to terms with the way they played and I didn't think we were brave enough first half. Second half was miles better. We changed the system and the shape. We just couldn't take that chance when it came.