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Match Preview: Yeovil Town v. Carlisle United


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By Alex O'Loughlin
March 29 2011

Yeovil Town take on Carlisle United at Huish Park tonight for their second match in four days as they hope to extend their winning run to three games.

This will be the Glovers first match at home in a fortnight having won away at Exeter 3-2 two weeks ago and 5-1 at Leyton Orient last weekend. 

Although the Cumbrians' are still in with a chance of reaching the play-offs, their minds may well be on Saturday's fixture, as they head off for Wembley at the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final against Brentford. 

In terms of injuries Sam Williams and Nathan Smith are likely to be back in contention, whilst Luke Ayling has completed his two match suspension. Andrew Tutte was the unlucky sixth loan on Saturday but is still available to play. 

Having won their previous two games it is unlikely that manager Terry Skiverton will change the starting eleven, in a two game run which has seen them net eight times and concede three times. 

Carlisle aren't the best travellers in the league having lost their previous three matches on the road, amongst them was a 6-0 defeat to Peterborough United. However, Yeovil are without a win at Huish Park in five games, so something has to give in terms of form.

If you are not travelling to Huish Park you can listen to the game on BBC Radio Somerset 99.5FM with a match report following later on Glover Lover.

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