League One

November 5, 2013

Full-time

Carlisle

2 - 2

Wolves

League One

19:45 +00:00, November 5, 2013

Brunton Park, England

Referee: S Mathieson

Miller misses out again

Team Stat Comparison

Carlisle United Wolverhampton Wanderers
Matches Played 42 43
Table Position 21 1
Points 44 96
Goal Difference -26 53
Goals for * 1.2 1.8
Goals against * 1.4 0.7
Last 5 D-L-W-D-D W-W-W-D-W
Last 5 home D-W-D-D-D W-W-W-D-W
Last 5 away L-D-L-L-L W-D-W-W-L
*  Goals per match - home matches for home club and away matches for away club
Stats: Carlisle United | Wolverhampton Wanderers

Competition Stats

Carlisle United Wolverhampton Wanderers
Goals David Amoo 9 Leigh Griffiths 12
Assists James Berrett 6 Bakary Sako 13
Yellows James Berrett 8 Danny Batth 9
Reds Lee Miller 3 Richard Stearman 1
Squads: Carlisle United | Wolverhampton Wanderers

Next Matches

Carlisle United Wolverhampton Wanderers
4/21 A: Peterborough United 4/21 A: Leyton Orient
4/26 H: Oldham Athletic 4/26 A: Coventry City
4/29 A: Crawley Town 5/3 H: Carlisle United
5/3 A: Wolverhampton Wanderers

Lee Miller is back on the sidelines for Carlisle's home game against Wolves.

Miller made his return from six weeks out with a calf injury against Gillingham on Saturday but was sent off during the 1-0 defeat in Kent and the striker is now suspended for four matches as it was his second red card of the season.

Conor Townsend served a one-game ban at Priestfield and the on-loan defender will come back into the reckoning on Tuesday night.

Chris Chantler also made his comeback from a lengthy absence with an ankle injury at the weekend and is not thought to have suffered any ill-effects after his first action for nine months.

Matt Doherty and Kevin McDonald will again miss out as Wolves aim to make the most of their game in hand.

Right-back Doherty has missed the club's last two matches with a hamstring injury while midfielder McDonald watched Saturday's 2-0 victory over Stevenage from the stands as he nursed a hamstring problem of his own.

Striker Leigh Griffiths is now fully fit and pushing for a recall after illness forced him to start on the bench at the weekend.

Second-placed Wanderers will close the gap on League One leaders Leyton Orient should they claim all three points at Brunton Park.