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Carlisle v Swindon

15th Sept 2012
15:00
Brunton Park

Carlisle welcome last seasons league two Champions Swindon to Brunton Park on Saturday afternoon.

David Symington and Mark Beck have been regularly used by Carlisle this season but the teenagers haven't yet started a league game, this may see when one (or both) get their chance.

Lee Miller (knee) continues to sit out and Liam Noble (suspension) is out as well with Danny Livesey (hamstring strain) doubtful. Adam Collin and Mark Gillespie are battling it out to start in goal.

Swindon will hope to be able to call upon Troy Archibald-Henville (knee), but a fitness test will still be needed with Matt Ritchie and James Collins believed to have come through their returns last weekend without any reaction.

Gary Roberts (leg) is close to full fitness but this game will come to soon for the summer arrival.

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