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PREVIEW: It's the Stags on Tuesday night

A look at the midweek opponents

13 February 2023

Carlisle United v Mansfield Town, Tuesday 14 February, kick off 7.45pm

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The Stags are well in the promotion hunt as things stand but they'll also be aware that things are very tight, with just seven points separating their current fifth spot placing from Walsall down in 15th. 

They went into their home game against Gillingham on Saturday on the back of a three-game unbeaten run, and two first half goals from Ollie Clarke and Lucas Akins (a penalty) stretched that impressive streak to four.

January's window activity started slowly but defender Alfie Kilgour was an 18-month capture from Bristol Rovers and Callum Johnson came in to bolster the back line further on a similar deal from Ross County.

Former Swindon playmaker Louis Reed signed on an undisclosed fee as things revved up, and the business was completed on deadline day when Burton striker Davis Keillor-Dunn agreed a 30-month contract, again for an undisclosed amount.

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He's been mentioned already, but January signing Davis Keillor-Dunn has to be one to keep an eye on.

He was on the bench for his first game as a Stag, but started in the Gillingham victory at the weekend.

A handful, we'll need to keep an eye on him.


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  Carlisle wins Draws Mansfield wins
League 30 19 32
Cup 0 0 1
FA Cup 2 1 0
Total 32 20 33

There were no goals in a tight game at The One Call Stadium in September 2022. 

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Easter Monday 2022 brought a solitary goal from Omari Patrick that was enough to keep the points in Cumbria.

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It was a close affair in Mansfield in November 2021, decided by a sixth minute goal from Stephen McLaughlin.

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Carlisle were at Field Mill in March 2021 and it was Ozzy Zanzala who gave the Blues a lead on 66 minutes. Any thoughts of a win were wiped away when Stephen McLaughlin equalised with 10 minutes left to play.

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These two sides came together pre-Christmas in 2020 with the Stags heading north to Brunton Park. A neat pass from Jack Armer was complemented by a stunning finish from Omari Patrick, and that goal proved to be the difference between the sides on the day.

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A visit to Mansfield was on the cards just ahead of the Covid lockdown in February 2020. It turned into an exciting encounter as Nicky Maynard put the home side two goals to the good. Elliot Watt and Josh Kayode struck back late in the day to earn the Blues a hard-earned draw.

These teams met at the start of the 2019/20 season when the Stags came north to Brunton Park. It was a game where United struggled to get going and they were undone early in the game by a deep cross to the back post. Danny Rose arrived late to smash it into the net. The advantage was doubled on the stroke of half time, and that's how it stayed as the visitors went away with a 2-0 victory.

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Carlisle United 3 - 2 Mansfield Town - Saturday 5 January 2019

Mansfield Town 1 - 0 Carlisle United - Saturday 1 September 2018


Referee - Ben Toner
Assistant Referee 1 - Paul Newhouse
Assistant Referee 2 - Ivan Stankovic
Fourth Official - Andrew Kitchen
Observer - Andrew Himsworth

Our referee for this game is Mr Ben Toner. He has taken charge of 28 games so far this season showing 85 yellow cards and one red.

A regular with us over the years, he was here for our 2-1 defeat against Manchester United U21s in the Papa Johns Trophy in August 2022. Jamie Devitt scored our consolation and Devitt was also booked, as was Ryan Edmondson.

We saw him at Scunthorpe on New Year's Day in 2022 when a goal from Rod McDonald was enough to secure the away win. Brennan Dickenson was the only Carlisle name taken.

he was at Brunton Park for the October 2020 visit of Barrow - a historic first league meeting between the clubs after a 56-year gap - and what an eventful day it turned out to be! Jon Mellish got the only goal of the game, but with seven yellows and a red card (Aaron Hayden) there was plenty for him to do. Mellish, Nick Anderton and Callum Guy all had their names taken.

He was with us for the festive visit to Walsall in December 2019. All of the goals came in the second half, with Nathan Thomas and Harry McKirdy [with an injury time winner] doing the real damage as the Blues won 2-1. Jamers Clarke was sent off for the Saddlers and Aaron Hayden went in the book for us.

He was our main match official at the start of the 2019/20 campaign for our Carabao Cup meeting with Barnsley at Oakwell. Goals from Harry McKirdy, Jack Bridge [pen] and Nathan Thomas sealed a comfortable victory and no Carlisle names were taken on the night.

Our first meeting with him during the 2018/19 season was for the 2-1 victory over Port Vale at Brunton Park in August. A Danny Grainger penalty and a Tom Parkes header were enough to see the Blues earn the three points with no cards shown

The Checkatrade Trophy fixture at the Stadium of Light was the second United game he oversaw that term, with the Black Cats running out as 3-1 winners. Ashley Nadesan got the United goal and, once again, the cards stayed in his pocket.

New Year's Day 2019 took us to Morecambe, Jamie Devitt and Jack Sowerby got the goals, and Kelvin Etuhu and Anthony Gerrard had their names recorded in the book.

And last, but not least, was our 2-1 home victory over Swindon in March 2019. Hallam Hope and Callum O'Hare scored our goals with Gary Liddle going in the book for a late challenge. 


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Match Reports

MATCH REPORT: United 0 - 4 Stags

Report from the Tuesday night home game

14 February 2023

It was the first of two home games in the space of four days when Mansfield visited Brunton Park on Tuesday evening.

There was one change from the Saturday away draw at Wimbledon with John-Kymani Gordon in for Joe Garner.

Carlisle looked menacing early on as they attacked the Waterworks End and Gordon did well to wriggle into space tight by the corner flag. A backheel allowed Armer to overlap and cross, but Kilgour dived low to clear.

The Stags suddenly found interest when Keillor-Dunn was played through on the angle of the 18-yard box. Huntington moved across to block the shot, and Mellish helped out as the rebound ran free.

United passed the ball around on 10 minutes, with the back three staying patient as they waited for a gap. Gibson pulled wide to take over and he nutmegged his man before clipping it in. Moxon tried to feed the ricochet towards the bottom corner but his effort was blocked.

Senior was accurate as he floated a pass to Gordon, with the hosts still looking settled, and the first touch set the striker on a run. He crossed, but it was met by Perch when he committed himself to the challenge.

But it was the away team who celebrated when Bowery popped a short throw to Quinn on the left hand touchline. They moved it back and forwards, and Quinn's delivery fell nicely for Ollie Clarke, who made no mistake with a bullet of a header that nestled in the corner of the target.

Away tails were up and Hewitt had options as he found space to deliver. Quinn threw his boot at it, from 18-yards out, but he miscued and it flew high into the sky.

The United passing game was good to watch, with Feeney well advanced on 22 minutes to play his part. Senior and Moxon had touches, but the cross from Gibson was too close to Pym and he plucked it out of the air.

Holy was almost caught out when Harbottle sent the ball high from deep at the other end. It arrowed towards the roof of the net and the stopper had to scamper to tip it over the bar.

It was a short-lived reprieve as Keillor-Dunn flighted another good corner into the mix. Kilgour jumped highest and the header landed over the line.

The night got worse on 27 minutes when Feeney was judged to have jumped through Keillor-Dunn when Wallace whipped a rushed pass into the mix. The referee immediately pointed to the spot, and Lucas Akins did the rest with a rasping penalty kick.

Mansfield carved a way through again on 39 minutes when the dangerous Keillor-Dunn made his way to the byeline. A cheeky cut back with the instep was perfect for Elliott as he swept it past the stranded keeper.

An inswinging corner from Moxon needed just a touch on the stroke of half time, but it fell beyond everyone as it skidded its way beyond the back stick.

And there was a great chance for Mellish in time added on for the period when Dennis lofted a lovely ball through a static back line. Pym spread himself as the shot came and he made the save with his boot.

The resulting corner from Armer spun out of a clearance for Gibson to volley, but another block left the Blues with nothing to show from what was a disappointing first half.

Boss Paul Simpson made a triple substitution for the second half, with Harris, Garner and Patrick on for Huntington, Gibson and Senior, so it was a very attack minded group that approached the 45 minutes.

The crowd looked to do their bit, cheering every touch, and Garner clipped a great ball into the box as he tried to lift spirits. Dennis went for an overhead kick, but he couldn't make the connection.

Room for Bowery at the other end saw him pull wide and aim for the top corner. Feeney got enough of a block on it to divert it to safety.

Akins then bullied his way through, as he twisted with his back to goal, but another block from Feeney took the sting out of the effort.

A foul on Gordon by Harbottle gave Moxon the chance to deliver, but Pym watched it all the way into his hands.

There was another good passage of play from the home team when Moxon skipped down the right hand touchline. He beat one to find Dennis, who deftly touched it to Harris. He had to stretch to shoot and he couldn't keep it down.

Holy was in action twice as Boateng caused problems, with low driven volleys that had to be stopped before others could get there.

Moxon brought the best out of Pym with a 25-yard free kick that had to be tipped into the Warwick, and there was a mix up at the back post as Patrick and Feeney challenged for the corner.

Half chances to create were spurned by the Cumbrians as the spark eluded them, but Armer gave a moment of hope when he lunged to send a Guy pass back into the box. Moxon was again on corner duty, but it was another that Pym came to claim.

Mellish headed over from a Patrick cross late in day, after Guy had recycled a cleared set piece, and Feeney did the same when he leaped to greet a Moxon free kick wth his forehead.

Will Swan was denied a goal when he struck the upright after being played clean through with two minutes left on the clock, and possibly the move of the game from the Blues ended in a block after one-touch passing appeared to give Gordon the time he needed. Two yellow shirts came across to smother.

The last chance of the night fell to Robinson, from a Feeney nod down, which was thundered just over the bar from just inside the area.


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Mansfield Town - Clarke (14), Kilgour (25), Akins (29 pen), Hewitt (39)



Carlisle United - Gordon (43), Garner (58), Harris (70)

Mansfield Town - Harbottle (55)



Carlisle United - Holy, Feeney (c), Huntington (Harris 46), Mellish, Senior (Patrick 46), Gibson (Garner 46), Guy, Moxon, Armer, Dennis (Robinson 76), Gordon. Subs - Kelly (gk), Whelan, McCalmont.

Mansfield Town - Pym, Hewitt (Anderson 88), Harbottle, Akins, Clarke (c) (Boateng 46), Bowery, Perch, Quinn (Law 75), Wallace (O'Toole 68), Kilgour, Keillor-Dunn (Swan 75). Subs - Flinders (gk), Johnson.


Match officials

Referee - Ben Toner
Assistant Referee 1 - Paul Newhouse
Assistant Referee 2 - Ivan Stankovic
Fourth Official - Andrew Kitchen
Observer - Andrew Himsworth


Attendance - 4,645 (212)

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