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.
Get the latest updates as Carlisle travel to Oldham in League One
Caslisle's manager has said that the side are 'realistically' unlikely to avoid relegation. They face Crawley on Tuesday and Wolves on Saturday needing a bare minimum of four points to have any chance of staying in League One next season, they could be relegated on Tuesday depending on results.
Carlisle United's defeat means that they need at least a point from their midweek game against Crawley Town to have any hope of avoiding relegation. That would still leave them needing points from the last day of the season when they face League One champions Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Many fans expressed frustration at what they saw as a lacklustre effort from players. Manager Graham Kavanagh insisted that his team gave their all.
Carlisle United manager Graham Kavanagh still believes his team can escape relegation from League One.
The Blues currently sit three points from safety with three games remaining. They play Oldham at home tomorrow.
Coming off the back of last weekend's six one annihilation at the hands of Preston, Carlisle United have two games in four days over the Easter bank holiday.
Results against Walsall tomorrow and Peterborough on Monday could go a long way towards deciding whether or not the blues stay in League One next season.
Ryan Dollard reports:
Carlisle United have two games over the Easter weekend, starting with Walsall at home tomorrow.
United are coming off the back of a heavy defeat at Preston last weekend and need results quickly to pull them out of the relegation zone.
CUFC Manager Graham Kavanagh has given his players a clear message about what they need to do in order to beat the drop.
Carlisle United manager Graham Kavanagh says his players are fired up to make amends for their six one defeat to Preston last weekend when they face Walsall on good Friday.
United are back in the relegation zone with just five games left to save their season or face relegation to League 2.
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Preston North End v Carlisle United (Kick-off 3:07pm)
Carlisle United face local rivals Preston North End tomorrow in their bid to avoid relegation from League One.
The blues are on a run of two draws and a win and looking to take something away from their trip to Preston.
Ryan Dollard spoke to Pascal Chimbonda at Carlisle United.
Bill Shankly's time as manager of Carlisle United has been revisited in a new book.
'The Day We Went To Arsenal' by Martin Daley explores the Blues' 1951 FA Cup encounter against the country's biggest club at the time.
Carlisle United's players are confident of escaping relegation after Saturday's victory against Swindon Town.
The win lifted the Blues out of the bottom four and also saw the return of former French international Pascal Chimbonda.