Carlisle United travel to Tranmere Rovers in League Two this afternoon.
Here are the teamsheets:
Tranmere: Fon Williams, Holmes, Thompson, Dugdale, Taylor, Power, Jennings, Molyneux, Myrie-Williams, Odejayi, Donnelly.
Carlisle United Manager Keith Curle has brushed off suggestions tomorrow's game against Tranmere Rovers is a relegation six pointer:
Carlisle United Manager Keith Curle says he is hopeful his new signing Nathan Buddle will make the team by the end of the season.
Centre back Nathan Buddle has signed with Carlisle United.
The Spartans' defender played an hour in last Tuesday's friendly against Newcastle United as part of his trial period with the Club.
Now he has been signed on a half season deal with a club option to extend for a further 12-months. He will wear shirt number 5.
21-year-old Buddle began his career at Hartlepool before joining Blyth Spartans at the start of the 2013/14 campaign.
He scored five goals and made 83 appearance for the Spartans, and was captain of the England C representative team.
The move remains subject to the completion of all paperwork.
Carlisle United have completed the signing of striker Charlie Wyke on an 18-month deal.
The forward came through the ranks at Middlesborough, and spent time on loan at Kettering, Hartlepool and Wimbledon.
He scored four goals in 14 appearances for Hartlepool, in the first four months of this season.
He's joined for a small fee, and will wear squad number 26.
The London branch of Carlisle United's Supporters club has celebrated its 40th anniversary.
At a dinner in London they had plenty of guests, including Keith Curle and Colin West from the club's management team, and Managing Director John Nixon.
You can see a selection of photos below:
Carlisle United Manager Keith Curle has confirmed the club have made an offer to a striker.
It's believed the player is currently at a Championship club, but Curle admits he's still some way from agreeing a deal.
He's looking to strengthen the squad as they fight for survival in League Two.
Carlisle United's latest signing says that it's about results, not pretty football.
Shrewsbury midfielder Anthony Griffith has joined the team on an 18-month-contract.
More than 700 fans have signed a petition calling on the owners of Carlisle United to sell the club.
Many fans booed the team as they stumbled to a 0-1 defeat to Cambridge on Saturday.
It was their third consecutive defeat, and it drew a crowd of less than 3,500 fans.
The Blues' Manager Keith Curle has asked the fans to stay loyal: