Carlisle have been marred by consecutive League Two defeats, tallying up to 7 defeats suffered in forth-tier of English football.

They are seventh on the League Two log, 12 points above bottom placed Macclesfield and and thirteen points adrift table toppers Lincoln City.

Carlisle will travel to Lincoln City on Tuesday, October 23, for the game at Sincil Bank.

Carlisle lost to bottom feeders Macclesfield on Saturday, meant they were the first League Two side to be pipped by Macclesfield this season.

United had shown struggling signs in recent weeks in matches at home, but their loss against basement boys Macclesfield hinted more unpredictability for the Blues.

Despite taking the lead against Macclesfield, the silkmen punished the away side with two goals to mark their first three point this season.

The home side blew off plenty of opportunities. Carlisle pulled a lot of balls into the goal area but saw efforts flicked wide, off the post.

Macclesfield did have a few opportunities of their own, but did not smash hard the back of the net until the closing minutes of the match, one goal down at home against Carlisle.

Striker Harry Smith, who came of the bench for Macclesfield, saw efforts flew wide off target.

Carlisle were tired out by barraging attacks from Macclesfield’s relentless player, causing them to fault in the goal area.

Sam Adewusi, who made his debut, replacing Gary Miller, went straight into the books after fouling Ben Stephens, leading referee Michael Salisbury pointing to the spot.

Macclesfield’s Rose then sent Collin the wrong way, chipping well the ball into goal.

But Macclesfield doggedness, meant they were keen on chasing a win, as Smith’s cross found Vincenti, who drove home a winner in the 83rd minute of the game.

Carlisle are just three points off the playoff zone, and going head to head against leaders Lincoln City, away, tomorrow evening, there is a big hank over whether they can make it count at Sincil Bank.