Lambe limps off for Carlisle
Reggie Lambe is an injury concern for Sky Bet League Two side Carlisle United after rolling his ankle at the weekend.
Lambe limped off in the 86th minute of Carlisle’s goalless draw at home to Championship side Sheffield Wednesday in the third round of the FA Cup.
Atdhe Nuhiu headed against the woodwork for the visiting side in the first minute and also had a close-range shot saved.
Lucas João headed just wide for Wednesday early in the second half, while Bermudian forward Lambe went close for Carlisle.
Sam Cosgrove had a goal ruled out for offside for Carlisle before goalkeeper Jack Bonham superbly kept out a Nuhiu header.
Carlisle, who are at home to Crewe Alexandra on Saturday, will face Stevenage or Reading at home in the fourth round if they beat Wednesday in the replay.
Lambe has scored six goals in 31 appearances in all competitions this season.
Keith Curle, the Carlisle manager, praised his team for sticking to their game plan.
“It was a good cup tie,” he told the News & Star. “The quality of Sheffield Wednesday was evident and we had a game plan to allow them to have dominance of the ball.
“They didn’t really cause us a lot of problems and we had chances on the break including a header that was ruled out for offside.”
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A mistake by John Stones let in Ashley Barnes to give Burnley a surprise lead in the 25th minute. However, Agüero levelled from a free kick and made it 2-1 from Ilkay Gundogan’s back-heel. Leroy Sané added the third before Bernardo Silva slotted home the fourth.
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