Yeovil Town manager Terry Skiverton had few complaints at the final score after his side lost 1-0 at Brunton Park against Carlisle United last night. An Adam Clayton goal was enough to give the Cumbrians all three points in a game where Yeovil struggled to carve out chances until the final 10 minutes.
Skiverton pointed out that Carlisle's position in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final a week on Sunday showed that they were a good side, and admitted that the club's away form was a bit of a headache for him:
"I think that sometimes you've got to be a little bit humble. Carlisle haven't got to a major final for nothing. I think they're a really good side at home. Teams like MK Dons have come here and got an absolute hiding at 5-0. So we knew that we were coming to a tough place tonight. Greg (Abbott) has got them very well organised. We came here very confident on the back of our last performance, but there's still a little bit of an away game headache that we keep having. It's going to build it up now for a real humdinger of a home game against Bristol Rovers on Saturday."
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