Salford City Vs Carlisle United Match Review

Salford City Vs Carlisle United Match Review

November 18, 2022 Sports Betting

Salford City Vs Carlisle United Match Review

This weekend, Salford City and Carlisle United square off in what is expected to be a crucial matchup in the race for the League Two playoff spots.

While the visitors are looking to continue their unbeaten streak of four games when they visit Moor Lane on Saturday, Neil Wood’s team has gone five games without a win or a goal in all competitions.

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Salford City Vs Carlisle United Betting  odds

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Salford City

2.30 2.32 2.34

Carlisle United

3.25 3.22 3.24

Salford City Vs Carlisle United Tips and Prediction

This weekend’s challenging test against Carlisle, another team vying for the playoffs, will be a tough one for Salford, but they will be hoping to use the disappointment of an FA Cup exit as motivation.

As a result of a first-half goal from Ephron Mason-Clark and a brace from Jack Marriott, Peterborough United easily dispatched the League Two team on Wednesday night in their FA Cup first-round replay.

Salford now has five straight games in all competitions where they have failed to score or win, but they are still in ninth place in League Two, just two points out of a playoff spot and one point behind their opponents on Saturday.

Salford defeated Carlisle 2-1 on their home turf last season, and they will be looking to replicate that result today and snap their goalless streak.

The visitors, who are now in eighth place after 18 games with seven victories and just three losses, have had a stronger season than their opponents behind them.

Carlisle’s latest away match was against Harrogate Town, where Owen Moxon’s last-second goal saved the Cumbrians a point. Earlier, the Cumbrians defeated Tranmere Rovers, giving Paul Simpson’s team two road victories in a row.

United has had no trouble scoring goals; only Northampton Town, Mansfield Town, and division-leading Leyton Orient have scored more. Additionally, the visitors have kept 13 clean sheets on the opposing end.

Carlisle’s unbeaten streak now stands at four games in all competitions after their most recent 0-0 draw with Walsall. If other results go their way this weekend at Moor Lane, the Cumbrians might move into the playoff spots.


We anticipate Carlisle to fully capitalize on Salford’s recent struggles in front of goal by exploiting them on Saturday.

Salford’s objective, and we believe the Cumbrians will be too strong for the Ammies,