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United play their third Sky Bet League One league home game of the season on Saturday when they host a Port Vale side who are yet to pick up a win on the road.
Manager Greg Abbott said: “Micky [Adams] is a great manager who has done fantastically well with Port Vale.
"They’ve lost a couple of games, so their tails will be a little bit down, but we’ll have to be at our best. We’ll have to work hard to stop them getting a foothold but I just think there’s a different mood this week and the lads are feeling excited and confident. It’s a different type of tension in the air and they can’t wait to get out there and get at the opposition.”
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Head to Head
|Carlisle wins||Draws||Port Vale wins|
When last we met
Tuesday 5 October 2010 - United 2-2 Vale (Johnstone's Paint Trophy).
United won 4-3 on penalties.
We look back at this game in this week's issue of our award winning match programme - Back of the Net! Make sure you pick up your copy for just £3.
Also in this issue is a sixty second quickfire session with Dave Symington and Liam Noble picks his five-a-side dream team. It's another one not to be missed.
United are 7/4 to take all three points this weekend with the Draw No Bet available at 10/11.
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Our match referee is Mr Mark Brown.
He has been the man in the middle for four games so far this showing, showing seven yellow cards and one red card.
Our last meeting with him was for our 1-3 home defeat against Doncaster in November 2012. Dave Symington scored our second half goal and Joe Garner was the only Carlisle player to go in the book.
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