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Scene setter: Carlisle United (A)

17 September 2021

The Iron play their latest away game this Saturday when they visit Carlisle United. See our handy guide to the articles we've published ahead of the game below.

TICKET NEWS
Details of how to buy in advance or on the day.

MARK LILLIS' TEAM NEWS AND VIEWS
The Iron assistant boss updates on injuries and looks ahead to the game.

MANNY ONARIASE'S PRE-MATCH THOUGHTS
Hear from the returning defender ahead of the match.

FLASHBACK
We pick out some memorable games against the Cumbrians, plus look at our full record.

REFEREE PROFILE
Read a profile of the referee, plus see who the rest of the officials are.

OVERSEAS STREAMING
See details of how you can watch live on iFollow if abroad.

IFOLLOW VIDEOS
See from Neil Cox and ______ ahead of the game.

ON THIS DAY
See our past record for games played on September 18th.

ELSEWHERE IN LEAGUE TWO
See the other fixtures for this midweek.

THE CARLISLE VIEW
See the latest articles from their website.

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Match Reports

Report: Carlisle United 2-2 Iron

18 September 2021

Aaron Jarvis and Manny Onariase scored in the first half but two late goals from Carlisle United meant Scunthorpe had to share the spoils at Brunton Park on Saturday, drawing 2-2.

The Iron made five changes going into the game, with Mason O'Malley, Onariase, Alfie Beestin, Myles Hippolyte and Jarvis coming in for Lewis Thompson, Harry Davis, Jai Rowe, Hayden Hackney and Harry Bunn.

United got off to a lively start as Hippolyte stole possession early on before Jarvis was played the ball. He held it up before turning his man, drawing a foul.

O’Malley’s subsequent delivery searched for Onariase, but the hosts cleared. United come back to Rory Watson who sent the ball to the opposite area where the Iron then forced a corner.

Harry Wood’s delivery into the box from the corner was pinpoint to stand-in skipper George Taft, who saw his header brilliantly saved before Onariase put the ball back into the box. Scrimshaw headed goal wards and Jarvis made sure with a header from close range for his first goal of the season.

There was more positive play after the goal as Hippolyte, Beestin and O’Malley worked well down the left following Alex Perry and Taft’s work to retrieve possession. The Iron worked it into the box on three occasions, but all were headed away.

With 10 minutes played, Onariase got his foot in to block a long range effort from Joe Riley as the hosts won back possession on half way. The Iron then come away with the ball, with Jarvis winning another free-kick.

Soon after, Joe Riley sent in a long throw from the right channel for the hosts. The Iron won contact before Taft hooked clear. Beestin stayed down with an injury and play was halted. He was soon back on his feet following treatment, which included his right hand being bandaged up, with play restarting with a drop ball on half way.

A loose backpass was played to Magnus Norman in the Carlisle goal in the 22nd minute, with his heavy touch seeing Jake Scrimshaw chase him down. His clearance was then to Jarvis who hit the top of the net with his quick shot, narrowly missing the target.

Four minutes later, Watson came out to punch clear an inviting cross into the Iron penalty area before making a fine save from a long range left-footed shot from Jordan Gibson, with the effort bouncing up in front of him.

On 28 minutes, there was a chance for the hosts as a cross came into the box from the right, with Jack Armer rising highest at the back post to head across goal and wide of the target.

Shortly after, O’Malley prevented a corner and found Jarvis on halfway, who twice won headers before Wood sent Scrimshaw on his way down the left. Beestin then looked to find Jarvis, but the ball was shielded out for a goal kick.

In the 36th minute, Ross Millen’s first time cross found Beestin, who looked to find space before seeing his shot blocked.

Soon after that, Scrimshaw looked to be a nuisance as he chased a ball through the middle with two defenders tracking him. He almost got on the end of the ball at the edge of the box, but the Iron were then penalised for an adjudged foul.

With 44 minutes played, there was a corner to the Iron as Millen’s inviting cross from the right was turned away by Armer.

It was another brilliant delivery from an Iron corner, this time via O’Malley, with Onariase unmarked to bullet his header into the top corner, in off the crossbar.

There was a break in play immediately in the second period as Jarvis won an aerial header, but Rod McDonald headed the Iron frontman’s head, with both staying down with head injuries. Both players were soon back on their feet though, and able to continue.

On 50 minutes, Taft headed away a Carlisle corner, as handball protests from the crowd were turned down and the Iron broke, which culminated in Wood seeing a low effort across goal well held by Norman, with Jarvis lurking for the rebound.

Then, Wood calmly found Jarvis with a good through ball. He turned his man and slotted in Scrimshaw who was denied going through on goal by a fine last ditched tackle.

The home fans wanted a 53rd minute penalty as Zach Clough went down in the Iron penalty area, but there were no appeals from any Carlisle players and it was a shake of the head from the referee as Rory Watson gathered the ball.

Just a minute later, play was spread wide to the overlapping run of Millen on the right. He played a first time ball low towards the front post which Norman gathered as Scrimshaw made the run.

With 68 minutes played, United made their first chance of the afternoon as Wood was replaced by Tom Pugh.

Two minutes after, O’Malley headed away a cross from the left, with Mellor sending a 20-yard effort high into the stands soon after.

Then, the home side's Jon Mellish got the ball out of his feet on the edge of the box, but slipped as he struck it with his left foot, resulting in a goal kick to the Iron.

They had a chance from a free-kick soon after when McDonald connected with a header, but his effort went across the goal and wide of the target.

There was a fine save from Watson at his near post on 80 minutes to deny Alessandra’s low drive towards goal from inside the box.

Just a minute later, the hosts did manage to pull one back as Jordan Gibson drilled the ball across goal and into the far corner of the net.

There was a double Iron change straight after, as Rowe and Tyrone O'Neill replaced Millen and Jarvis.

The hosts pressed to try and find a leveller, with Taft and Onariase heading away balls sent into the box.

With a minute of normal time left, Lewis Alessandra turned and had a go from range, with a slight deflection taking the ball around the post and out for a corner.

Five minutes of added time were given, and Alessandra sent another shot wide before another one deflected into the path of the experienced striker. Watson came out and sprawled, as the effort went across goal, but the offside flag was up.

However, the hosts weren't done and equalised right at the death as Brennan Dickenson headed in the equaliser following a right-wing cross into the box.

Scunthorpe return to action next Saturday when they host Port Vale at the Sands Venue Stadium.

CARLISLE: Norman, Mellor, Armer, McDonald, Riley (Dickenson, 40), Guy, Clough (Alessandra, 67), Mellish, Abrahams (Young, 59), Whelan, Gibson.

CARLISLE SUBS NOT USED: Jensen, Charters, Feeney, Mampala.

IRON: Watson, Millen (Rowe, 82), O'Malley, Taft, Onariase, Beestin, Hippolyte, Wood (Pugh, 68), Scrimshaw, Jarvis (O'Neill, 82), Perry.

IRON SUBS NOT USED: Balme, Green, Hallam, Hackney.

ATTENDANCE: 4,499 (176 away).

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Ticket News

Pay on the day details for Carlisle away game

17 September 2021

Tickets and travel are on sale for the Iron's League Two trip to face Carlisle United, which takes place on Saturday, September 18th (3pm kick-off).

PAY ON THE DAY DETAILS: Carlisle have confirmed prices go up by £3 for adults, seniors, young persons and juniors (11-17) on matchday. The remaining prices stay the same. There's a small ticket office next to the away turnstile for paying on the day, which can be done by either card or cash.

Click here to read a supporters' guide created by Carlisle ahead of the game for those travelling.

We have been handed an initial allocation of 300 tickets for the game at Brunton Park.

You can purchase tickets in person at the Iron ticket office, by calling 01724 747670 during opening hours (see below) or through visiting www.sufctickets.com. Buy in advance from the Iron and we receive 5% of the sales.

Should they not sell out, match tickets will remain on sale from the Iron ticket office until 3.30pm on Friday, September 17th.

Meanwhile, official coach travel will also be also on sale, costing £24 members and £26 non-members. Departure times are 9.00am from the Hornsby bus depot, 9.05am from Ashby Broadway, 9.15am from the Museum and Baths Hall, and 9.30am from the Sands Venue Stadium. Travel must be purchased in advance from our ticket office or online via www.sufctickets.com.  

Advance ticket prices for the game are as follows:

CATEGORY ADVANCE PRICE
Adults £19
Senior (65+) £16
Young Person (18-22) £13
Junior (11-17) £10
*Family Junior (11-17) £8
Child (10 and under) £7
Child (6 and under) Free

*Family Junior - you can purchase a maximum of two family junior tickets for every one adult ticket or a maximum of one family junior tickets for every one senior ticket purchased. Any junior tickets purchased on top of this or sold individually will be charged as a full price junior ticket.

There are also wheelchair (£4) and carer tickets amongst the allocation, with the ticket free for the carer.

Scan entry system: Carlisle operate a scan system in to Brunton Park, so please ensure the QR codes on the tickets you receive are intact. Supporters will need to show their ticket upon entry to a steward at the turnstile, who will scan them into the stadium. Turnstiles open at 1.30pm for a weekend fixture.

Wheelchair section: The away wheelchairs are located adjacent to where the away supporters sit. This is level to the pitch and covered. Spaces are limited, and Carlisle advise tickets are bought in advance.

Disabled: All ambulant disabled supporters are charged the appropiate rate for their ticket. Should they need a full-time carer to accompany them to the game, the carer is free of charge. Carer tickets can only be issued if when purchasing the tickets, the person can show evidence of full-time carer status. Carlisle advise tickets are bought in advance.

HOW TO BUY ONLINE

www.sufctickets.com

TELEPHONE
Call 01724 747670

IN PERSON
Our ticket office is open at the following times: 

Friday, September 17 - 10am until 4pm
Saturday, September 18 - Closed

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