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Match Preview: Carlisle United v. Yeovil Town

back from suspension

By Alex O'Loughlin
May 6 2011

Yeovil Town make the gruelling travel to Carlisle United this weekend as they look to finish the season on a high note against Cumbrian outfit Carlisle United.

All associated with the Glovers would have hoped for a far less inconvenient trip on the final day of the season, as they now have to make the near 700 mile round trip.

One player who won't be making the trip is Andy Williams, who continues to miss out with his ankle ligament injury which he picked up over a month ago. Welcomed back into the squad is captain Paul Huntington, who has served his two match suspension for getting sent off in the game against Bournemouth. 

Carlisle's only injury is on loan Stoke winger Ben Marshall who picked up his injury in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy Final against Brentford last month, but defender Danny Livesey is pushing for a start after recovering from his injury.

The Green and Whites come into the match on a five game unbeaten run, and will be hoping to make that six and end the season on a hot streak, something they will then hope to carry into next season. 

Both sides have nothing to play for much like Yeovil's game last week with Colchester United, and if the action is entertaining as last week's game the fans who make the trip from Somerset will be in for a end of season treat.

If you are not making the trip to Brunton 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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