City to make changes
St James Park
Nardiello fit, but Cureton set to miss out
Exeter City Team News:
Paul Tisdale will be forced into a couple of changes for this weekends visit of Carlisle. Jamie Cureton has tweaked a hamstring and won`t be fit but should be back in contention for the trip to the MK Dons Saturday week.
Troy Archibald-Henville will also be absent, he has a one game suspension following his sending off in last weeks defeat at Walsall. The evergreen Rob Edwards is expected to take his place at the heart of the defence against one of his former clubs.
Tisdale told exetercityfc.co.uk ...
Rob never lets me down, I don't think any player has,' Tisdale said.
'He is a very able person to come in and play and of course he started his career at Carlisle so he is playing against his original team.
'I am sure he will do a very good job.'
Daniel Nardiello is fit for selection having shaken off a knock he picked up last weekend and he will battle it out with John O`Flynn and Richard Logan for the two striker slots.
City`s only other absentee is club captain Matt Taylor whose back injury means he is still a few weeks away from a return to fitness.
Player to watch: Ryan Harley
Ryan Harley has been in superb form this season contributing 8 goals from midfield.
Carlisle Team News:
Carlisle have had an excellent start to the season at currently hold second spot in League 1. They could hand a debut to striker Mike Grella who has joined on-loan from Leeds United this week.
Player to watch: Gary Madine
Striker Gary Madine will be looking to add to the 6 league goals he has this term.
Match Facts & Stats
Last Season City enjoyed mixed success against Carlisle. The Grecians triumphed 1-0 at Brunton Park but succumbed to a late Richard Offiong goal in the reverse fixture as The Cumbrians ran out 3-2 winners.
City have been in good form at St James' Park but Carlisle will be a stern test Exeter City 1-1 Carlisle
Exeter City V MK Dons (A)
Carlisle V Charlton (H)