Carlisle United will have to face Boreham Wood again after a 0-0 draw at Meadow Park.
Get the latest updates as Carlisle travel to Oldham in League One
Former French International Pascal Chimbonda is expected to sign for Carlisle United.
Carlisle are hoping to bring in new players before 11 o'clock tonight as transfer deadline day draws to a close.
But, so far there is only a departure to report.
Ghanaian Midfielder Prince Buaben has joined Scottish Club Patrick Thistle on loan until the end of the season.
Carlisle United have unveiled Virgin Trains as their new official sponsor.
The two-year deal with the club will see the Virgin Trains bran placed on on all first team kits for the 2014/15 and 2015/16 season after it was used on the training kits during this season.
It is also hoped that the new sponsorship will bring more incentives for fans travelling on the Virgin Trains network.
Carlisle United face MK Dons at Brunton Park tonight just a point above the League One relegation zone.
United have lost all three of their league games since the new year, but the manager believes they have what it takes to turn things around and stay up this season.
Carlisle United have today confirmed that striker Alex Salmon has left the club by mutual consent.
The 19-year-old made his debut for the club in April 2013 in the team's 3–1 defeat against Bournemouth.
Carlisle United boss Graham Kavanagh says the club are "back to the drawing board" after Saturday's 4-2 defeat to Colchester at Brunton Park.
Carlisle 2 Colchester 4
Queen of the South 1 Raith Rovers 0
Scottish League One:
Stranraer v East Fife Postponed
Scottish League Two:
Annan Athletic 0 Clyde 1
Berwick 4 Stirling 0
Graham Kavanagh told ITV Border that his first few months as manager have been enjoyable and he feels he's learning every day.
Graham Kavanagh discusses Saturday's Game with Colchester and his ambitions for the second half of the season.
Carlisle United manager Graham Kavanagh is looking to bring a new striker into the club during the January Transfer Window.
Kavanagh feels the team need more options up front.
For the second time in the league this season Carlisle United were on the wrong end of a one-sided scoreline against Leyton Orient. United were well beaten and it would be unfair to say that the home side were flattered by their margin of victory.
Scott Cuthbert put Orient into the lead when he connected with Lloyd James' corner towards the end of the first half.
Two minutes after the half-time break the londoner's advantage was doubled when Jamie Ness scored with a fabulous strike from twenty-five yards out.
Kevin Lisbie and Shaq Coulthirst completed the rout.
Despite conceding four goals United's goalkeeper Greg Fleming had a good game and was responsible for keeping the margin within the realms of respectability.