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13 September 2022 Venue One Call Stadium Attendance

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PREVIEW: Tuesday night at the One Call Stadium

A busy run of away games for the Blue

12 September 2022


Four wins and three defeats have made it a steady if sometimes frustrating start to the season, but three consecutive home victories leading into Tuesday night's encounter has propelled the Stags back into the play-off places.

A team that scores goals - 12 in the league alone suggests they can be potent - they have a healthy spread of contributions to thank with players from all areas of the pitch finding the back of the net.

Home is definitely where the heart is but the five-goal haul against Gillingham came at a price when it was confirmed that striker Rhys Oates will be out of action for an indefinite spell because of a chest injury.

The May play-off disappointment at the hands of Port Vale isn't something they want to see repeated, and they remain one of the division's fancied outfits.

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Experienced midfielder Ollie Clarke registered two goals in two outings towards the end of August and he's one who will make things and break things up if he's allowed the freedom of the middle of the pitch.

He has an ability to read the game, and pick a pass, so he's our one to monitor on Tuesday night.


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  Carlisle wins Draws Mansfield wins
League 30 18 32
Cup 0 0 1
FA Cup 2 1 0
Total 32 19 33

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

Watch the highlights from that game here:

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.

Watch the highlights from that game here:

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

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


Referee - Sam Allison
Assistant Referee 1 - Lewis Raper
Assistant Referee 2 - Mark Cunliffe
Fourth Official - Johnathon Bickerdike
Observer - Mark Haywood

Our referee for this game is Mr Sam Allison. He has taken charge of three games so far this season showing eight yellow cards and one red.

He was in charge of that memorable Carlisle game at Oldham in March 2022. Hallam Hope gave the hosts the lead on the stroke of half-time but Omari Patrick struck back after the break. Morgan Feeney took the headlines with a dramatic winner deep into time added on. Feeney was booked, along with Dynel Simeu and Jon Mellish.

We saw him at Leyton Orient for our 3-2 away win in May 2021. Jon Mellish, Lewis Alessandra and George Tanner bagged our goals, and Mellish joined Ethan Walker in the book with a yellow card.

He first officiated a game involving United in March 2021 when we made the short trip to The Globe Arena to face Morecambe. The hosts took a three-goal lead before Aaron Hayden bagged a late consolation, and Lewis Alessandra was the only Carlisle name taken on the day.


We have been allocated an initial 300 seated tickets. Tickets are available on the day of the game but increase in price. 


  Pre-sale Match day
Adult  £20 £22
Senior 65+ £18 £20
Young Adult 18 – 21  £16 £18
Junior 13 – 17  £13 £14
*Family Junior 7 – 17  £3 £3
Child 7 – 12  £9 £10

*Family tickets (1 adult + 1 junior aged 7 - 17 years old) can only be purchased over the phone or in person.

Ambulant disabled and wheelchair supporters pay the relevant price with the carer going free of charge.

Any ambulant disabled supporter who struggles with steps can be seated around row G as this row is accessed straight from the concourse. 

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Match Reports

MATCH REPORT: Stags 0 - 0 United

Report from the Tuesday night away game

13 September 2022

United were back in action following the weekend postponement as the country went into mourning on the passing of Her Majesty, The Queen.

There were two changes from the Rochdale home draw, with Omari Patrick in for the injured Ryan Edmondson up front, in a three with Jordan Gibson and Kris Dennis, and Callum Guy was in for Jayden Harris as he returned from a short spell out.

United mounted the first attack of the night when they got forward in numbers with just two minutes on the clock. It was fed through from Mellish to Patrick, who had beaten the offside trap, but his cutback took a deflection and spun high. Dennis and Moxon challenged but it fell nicely for Pym to gather.

The Stags responded with a swift move up the right flank with Bowery showing for it in space. He crossed low and it ricocheted to Maris, on the edge of the area. He went for precision but Holy watched it all the way.

A great touch from Gibson on the outside of his boot saw him take a high ball out of the air as the action went from end to end. His next touch was a grasscutter of a delivery that had Dennis interested. The striker shaped to shoot from 14-yards out but Hawkins slid at him, and that was enough to put him off. His effort screwed wide of the target.

It was a good start from the Cumbrians and they almost opened things up again when Moxon floated a free kick from deep. Feeney nodded it back into the mix but it was hooked clear by a yellow shirt before Mellish could volley.

Intelligent work from Patrick gave Armer an invitation to overlap and he skipped into the box before drilling it across the face of goal. Feeney was forward, but he got his bearings wrong and he popped his volley on the run from close range straight at the keeper when he had the width of the nets to aim at.

Mansfield then found unexpected space when Maris latched onto a loose ball in midfield. He strode forward and put venom into his 19-yard effort. Holy parried, and Lapslie arrived on the follow up to stroke it home. His celebrations were cut short by the assistant's upraised flag.

Left back Stephen McLaughlin brushed the outside of the side netting when he dropped a shoulder and let fly, and that caused a temporary halt to proceedings as the fabric separated from the post. Keeper Tomas Holy used his height to help with the repairs.

There was a fantastic, free-flowing move from the away team just past the half hour with Gibson, Moxon, Back and Patrick involved in working the ball forward. Patrick slowed things down as he reached the edge of the area, before picking out Moxon for a delivery. Dennis was up to meet that, and Gibson's eyes lit up when the nod down came his way. A fierce volley was thundered goalwards, but Pym was down quickly to push it away. Back recovered it, but his clipped pass was hoofed to safety.

Both sides probed and pressed ahead of the break, and a free kick deep into time added on was well defended as Huntington shadowed the training ground routines when Hartigan lobbed it into the area.

That was it for the action and it was all-square as the teams headed up the tunnel for their respective team talks.

United missed an unbelievable chance in the first minute of the second half when Paul Huntington threaded a wonderful 50-yard pass, from inside his own half, for Gibson to meet. The winger centred, and Dennis was there with the goal at his mercy. The in-form striker seemed to lose his balance as he blazed over the bar.

Lapslie overlapped at the other end and he ripped a low pass across the face of goal. It went untouched, but the Stags came again with Akins looking lively. He made space and he forced a reaction save out of Holy at the stopper's near post.

It was Moxon who was next to pick a perfect pass from the halfway line, and once again Gibson was the recipient. He stepped inside his marker and put his laces through the ball, but it swerved wide and Pym was able to watch it on its way.

Things tightened up in the middle of the park at the same time as the game added a feisty edge to its repertoire, but Moxon was on the mark with another raking free kick. Feeney toe poked it when he met it at the back stick but Pym dropped to the floor to gather it up.

United had a long throw from Hewitt to defend, and Back did well to send it behind off a near post flick. The resulting corner was mopped up.

A sliced volley from Maris rocketed off into the night sky as defences remained stubborn, and Hartigan also went wild with his attempt from wide.

Great work from Dennis tight by the corner flag earned space for a lofted delivery that eventually fell to Back, as he arrived late. He had it on target but Pym was there.

Maris was a whisker away from registering with seven minutes left to play when he stayed deep as McLaughlin provided an outlet. The pull back was knee high but he couldn't find the bottom corner with his fierce connection.

There was a wall of resistance through the tense closing stages, and it was a well deserved point on the road ... with musings of what might have been had one of the excellent chances created been taken.



Mansfield Town - Maris (59)

Carlisle United - Gibson (59), Mellish (69), Moxon (87)



Mansfield Town - Pym, McLaughlin, Hewitt, Hartigan, Harbottle, Akins, Clarke (c) (Quinn 70), Bowery, Maris, Hawkins, Lapslie. Subs - Flinders (gk), Gordon, Wallace, Gale, O'Toole.

Carlisle United - Holy, Feeney (c), Huntington, Mellish, Back, Moxon, Guy, Gibson (Hilton 83), Armer, Patrick, Dennis (Stretton 89). Subs - Kelly (gk), Charters, Whelan, Harris, Idehen.


Match officials

Referee - Sam Allison
Assistant Referee 1 - Lewis Raper
Assistant Referee 2 - Mark Cunliffe
Fourth Official - Johnathon Bickerdike
Observer - Mark Haywood


Attendance - 5,421 (155)

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