By , October 21, 2022 2:50 am

League Two side Carlisle United are now unbeaten in their last seven games in all competitions after the goalless draw with Crewe Alexandra on Saturday. Carlisle United were forced to settle for a goalless draw at home to Crewe Alexandra.

Carlisle United started the current unbeaten sequence on the back of the 2-1 loss at home to the Manchester United under-21 team in Group G of the Football League Trophy. Charlie McNeill gave the Manchester United under-21 teamthe lead five minutes from the half-time break before the advantage was cancelled by the goal from Irish attacking midfielder Jamie Devitt. Devitt scored the equaliser for Carlisle United just before the midway point of the second half. The Manchester United under-21 team regained the lead through Nathan Omari Forson after hosts Carlisle United had drawn level.

The current Carlisle United unbeaten run started with the 3-3 draw at home to Rochdale in League Two at the start of last month. Carlisle United made it two games without defeat thanks to the goalless draw with home team Mansfield Town in League Two. The 2-1 win over AFC Wimbledon at home in League Two made it three games without defeat.

Carlisle United made it four games without defeat with the 4-2 penalty win over Fleetwood Town after the two teams played out a 1-1 draw. Carlisle United established a five-game unbeaten run after the 1-1 draw at Newport County. The 2-1 away win over Grimsby Town in League Two made it six games without defeat for Carlisle United. Carlisle United made a bright start to the game thanks to the goal from Owen Moxon in the seventh minute. Kristian Dennis doubled the lead for Carlisle United a minute from the half-time break. MicheeEfete pulled one back for Grimsby Town on 65 minutes. Carlisle United thereafter held on to take the three points at stake.

The goalless home draw with Crewe Alexandra in the league made it seven games without defeat for Carlisle United in all competitions and seven games in the league without defeat.

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