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The referee brings the game to a close.
Free kick taken by James Berrett.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Lee Miller by Wes Brown.
Free kick taken by Max Ehmer.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Max Ehmer by Jozy Altidore.
El-Hadji Ba scores a right footed goal. Sunderland 3-1 Carlisle.The assist for the goal came from Jozy Altidore.
The offside flag is raised against Duncan Watmore.
Corner taken by Adam Johnson from the right by-line.
Foul by David Amoo on Wes Brown, free kick awarded.
Tom Lawrence leaves the field to be replaced by Conor Townsend.
Duncan Watmore takes a shot and went wide left of the target.
Corner taken by Phil Bardsley.
El-Hadji Ba joins the action as a substitute, replacing Sebastian Larsson.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Sebastian Larsson.
Jozy Altidore concedes a free kick for a foul on Max Ehmer.
Liam Noble goes off and David Symington comes on.
Lewis Guy leaves the field to be replaced by Lee Miller.
Corner taken by Sebastian Larsson from the left by-line.
Duncan Watmore takes a shot. Greg Fleming parries the ball away.
Dong-Won Ji leaves the field to be replaced by Duncan Watmore.
Sung-Yeung Ki leaves the field to be replaced by Phil Bardsley.
Free kick taken by Sebastian Larsson.
Foul by Liam Noble on Sebastian Larsson, free kick awarded.
Free kick taken by Wes Brown.
Lewis Guy concedes a free kick for a foul on Wes Brown.
James Berrett restarts play with the free kick.
Craig Gardner concedes a free kick for a foul on James Berrett.
Unfair challenge on David Amoo by Craig Gardner results in a free kick.
An own goal is scored by Sean O'Hanlon. Sunderland 2-1 Carlisle.
Jack Colback takes the free kick.
Brad Potts concedes a free kick for a foul on Adam Johnson.
Corner taken by James Berrett.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Lewis Guy by Sung-Yeung Ki.
The second half has started.
The first half comes to an end.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Lewis Guy on Jack Colback.
Greg Fleming restarts play with the free kick.
Ondrej Celustka concedes a free kick for a foul on Prince Buaben.
Matt Robson scores with their left foot. Sunderland 1-1 Carlisle.The assist for the goal came from David Amoo.
Lewis Guy takes the free kick.
Andrea Dossena challenges Lewis Guy unfairly and gives away a free kick.
James Berrett takes the free kick.
Foul by Andrea Dossena on David Amoo, free kick awarded.
Sebastian Larsson takes the free kick.
James Berrett gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Sung-Yeung Ki.
Corner taken by James Berrett from the left by-line.
Andrea Dossena restarts play with the free kick.
Brad Potts challenges Jozy Altidore unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Adam Johnson finds the net with a shot from the free kick. Sunderland 1-0 Carlisle.
Unfair challenge on Craig Gardner by David Amoo results in a free kick.
Corner taken by Sebastian Larsson.
Sean O'Hanlon goes into the referee's book.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Sean O'Hanlon on Jozy Altidore.
Craig Gardner takes a shot. Greg Fleming parries the effort to safety.
Free kick taken by Greg Fleming.
Jozy Altidore has an effort at goal. Sean O'Hanlon gets a block in.
Matt Robson has an effort at goal and missed to the left of the target.
Vito Mannone manages to make a clearance.
Tom Lawrence is ruled offside.
Greg Fleming takes the free kick.
Dong-Won Ji gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Brad Potts.
Ondrej Celustka takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Matt Robson on Adam Johnson.
Brad Potts concedes a free kick for a foul on Craig Gardner.
Shot by Jozy Altidore. Greg Fleming parries the effort to safety.
Sebastian Larsson is penalised for handball and concedes a free kick.
Ondrej Celustka takes the chance to get an effort at goal and missed to the left of the goal.
Sung-Yeung Ki restarts play with the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Wes Brown by Lewis Guy results in a free kick.
James Berrett fouled by Dong-Won Ji, the ref awards a free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Tom Lawrence by Wes Brown.
Wes Brown takes the free kick.
The referee gives a free kick against Tom Lawrence for handball.
Corner from the right by-line taken by James Berrett.
The official flags Lewis Guy offside.
The referee gets the game underway.
Alonso may figure for Black Cats
Loan signing Marcos Alonso could be handed a Sunderland debut in Sunday's FA Cup third round tie against Carlisle.
The full-back, who joined the club from Fiorentina for the rest of the season earlier this week, is in line to be involved as manager Gus Poyet looks for a response to Wednesday's dismal 1-0 Barclays Premier League defeat by Aston Villa at the Stadium of Light.
Central defender Wes Brown is available after serving a three-match ban and partner John O'Shea could return after sitting out the same three fixtures with a shoulder problem but goalkeeper Keiren Westwood has had to delay shoulder surgery which could rule him out of much of the remainder of the campaign because of illness.
Poyet isl preparing his team for the first of two cup ties inside three days - Sunderland face Manchester United in the first leg of their Capital One Cup semi-final on Tuesday evening - bemused by the scheduling.
He said: "I still don't understand how you can play football again in two days, I don't.
"I keep saying to the people in charge that if you want to see quality and the best players on the pitch, you need to give them a chance to recover.
"If not, then you make changes and people get upset and say you don't care about one cup or the other. They invent things and they put us as responsible when the responsible ones are them for putting the fixtures up.
"Saying that, again they are professional players, Premier League players. We will see. Me, I am looking forward to the game.
"I remember one of my first games in the cup with Chelsea, there were so many reporters there taking pictures and I didn't understand why.
"Then they told me, 'They are trying to see if you are going to be the bad ones, the news on Monday, if you are going to be in the newspaper because you were knocked out by a League Two team or whatever, and it's up to you to make sure that doesn't happen'.
"We will see who is in the pictures on Monday."
Carlisle trio Max Ehmer, Tom Lawrence and Courtney Meppen-Walter are all doubtful and midfielder Paul Thirlwell is definitely out.
It is a dream tie for Cumbrians manager Graham Kavanagh, who won the Championship title as a player with Sunderland in 2007 and has been in charge of Carlisle for less than four months after stepping up from assistant to replace Greg Abbott in September.
Kavanagh was restricted to 15 appearances during his two-and-a-half years as a midfielder for Sunderland before seeing out his playing days at Carlisle, where he arrived initially on loan in 2008.
"On a personal level it's great for me," the former Middlesbrough, Stoke, Cardiff and Wigan midfielder said.
"I still live over that way and Sunderland is a club I have close to my heart.
"I still look out for their results and a lot of my friends are Mackems.
"I got a whole load of text messages within minutes of the draw coming through so there's definitely a lot of interest.
"It will be a proud moment when I'm stood in the dugout and waiting for kick off. It's a wonderful venue and the fans were unbelievable with me when I was there.
"I didn't play as regularly as I would have liked because I picked up an injury about six months into it, but they were top drawer whenever I pulled the shirt on.
"Having said all of that, I'm going there to try to win. It's not just about enjoying the experience, it's about trying to do our job and get our club through to the next round."
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