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They meet a Carlisle United side who joined them in winning promotion after also last turning out in the third tier in 2014, with Saturday's visitors having finished fifth in League Two before toppling Bradford City in the playoff semi-finals and Stockport County in a penalty shootout in the final at Wembley. Paul Simpson's men have not experienced the same fortunes as Stevenage at the start of the new campaign, though, as they picked up just two points from their opening five outings, having started with a draw at home to Fleetwood Town and a defeat away at Oxford United.


In between those opportunities, a neat passing move from Pompey finished with Kamara’s shot being saved by the legs of Taye Ashby-Hammond. But the main talking point came on the sidelines in stoppage-time, when the Boro bench stopped the Blues taking a throw. It led to a some angry words being swapped and referee Simon Mather eventually calmed things down. Stevenage assistant Paul Raynor was pretty still riled up, however, and soon received a yellow card for his protests. Half Time: Stevenage 0 Pompey 0 The visitors came charging out of the blocks after the restart and caused their opponents a few problems. But when a cross deflected off Rafferty and drifted towards goal, Connor Ogilvie had to make a fine headed clearance. Again, it was an off-the-ball incident that then sparked the contest back into life just before the hour mark.


Now following a 1-0 defeat to Accrington Stanley in the EFL Trophy in midweek, with their attention firmly on their league exploits, Carlisle will be keen to continue their improvement and make it back-to-back League One victories at the weekend. Stevenage League One form: Stevenage form (all competitions): Carlisle United League One form: Carlisle United form (all competitions): Advert - content below: Team News After rotating his squad for their midweek EFL Trophy tie, Steve Evans will likely revert to the same starting XI that featured in the 3-0 beating of Leyton Orient last weekend, with Jamie Reid and Manchester United loanee Charlie McNeill expected to come back in up front from the outset. They will have support from Jordan Roberts, while Finley Burns will likely operate at the base of midfield alongside Nick Freeman, although they do face competition from Jake Forster-Caskey and Harrison Neal.


Jack Sparkes was handed a full league debut in a wide attacking role, with Abu Kamara also returning, as Anthony Scully and Alex Robertson made way. Nathan Thompson was suspended for the home side, but his brother Louis and fellow former Fratton favourites Ben Thompson and Dan Butler all started. Pompey dominated possession throughout the first half and were just struggling to turn it into many meaningful opportunities.


It was starting to become very open, with attacks switching from one end to the other in quick succession. Mousinho’s final switch on 77 minutes saw Kamara – who was starting to tire – replaced by Zak Swanson. The curse of the officials then struck once again, although this time it was referee Mather who went down requiring treatment. He gamely tried to keep going, but eventually had to limp from the field to be replaced by Stephen Finch. It was a similar story on the pitch as both sides continued to show plenty of endeavour during 11 minutes of stoppage-time, but to no avail.


Stevenage vs Portsmouth on 26 Aug 23 - Match CentrePompey kept a fourth successive League One clean sheet, but had to be content with a point at Stevenage. There were not too many clear-cut openings at either end of the pitch in an affair that became increasing bad-tempered. And a clash between Joe Rafferty and Jake Forster-Caskey early in the second half saw both sides reduced to 10 men. Although the Blues were unable to break down their opponents, they did at least set a new club record by stretching their unbeaten league run to 16 matches. John Mousinho made two changes from the side that drew with Cheltenham on home soil the previous week.


Behind them, Dan Sweeney, Carl Piergianni and Nathan Thompson will line up in a back three in front of goalkeeper Taye Ashby-Hammond. Carlisle United will also revert to an XI similar to in their last league outing, in which they triumphed over Shrewsbury Town, with Simpson expected to deploy a trio of his own in the middle of the defence in the form of Sam Lavelle, Paul Huntington and Jon Mellish. In a relatively conservative shape, Fin Back and Jack Armer will complete the back five in right and left-back roles respectively, while Jordan Gibson, Callum Guy and Owen Moxon should all keep their places in midfield.


In their second full season under the management of Steve Evans, who initially guided them to safety in the 2021-22 season after his March appointment before leading them to promotion, the Boro have quickly put themselves in the leading pack in the League zone, with a joint league-high tally of 13 points from their six outings.


They would then pick up a commendable point in a draw with Wigan Athletic, thanks to Owen Moxon's leveller, but the Cumbrians were unable to avoid defeat in the following two outings against Exeter City and Port Vale, failing to score in the process. That left Simpson's side winless, but they were able to put an end to that slump on Saturday when Shrewsbury Town arrived at Blundell Park, as they went ahead through a Tom Bayliss goal on the hour mark before Joe Garner wrapped up a 2-0 victory deep into injury time.


Preview: Stevenage vs. Carlisle - prediction, team newsSports Mole previews Saturday's League One clash between Stevenage and Carlisle United, including predictions, team news and possible lineups. With the chance to go top of the League One table with a victory, Stevenage will take on fellow newly-promoted outfit Carlisle United on Saturday in the seventh round of third-tier fixtures this season. Following their respective rises from League Two last term, the two sides have experienced differing starts to the new campaign, with the hosts sat third on 13 points from six outings, while their visitors moved onto five points with their first league victory of the season at the weekend. Match preview © Reuters After winning promotion from League Two in second place last season, marking their return to England's third tier for the first time since 2014, Stevenage have enjoyed a seamless transition into the new level in the early stages of the campaign.


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