Marshall strikes late to earn draw

Substitute Ben Marshall tapped in a late leveller to earn a deserved 1-1 draw for visiting Carlisle and dent Huddersfield's play-off charge.

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Marshall: Late leveller

Marshall: Late leveller

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The on-loan Blackburn man converted Richard Keogh's cross from close range seven minutes from time before United survived a late barrage to hold on for a point.

Anthony Pilkington and Gary Roberts went closest for Huddersfield in a spell of almost constant pressure late on.

Pilkington had earlier rose the highest among a crowd of players to head home his fifth of the season from Roberts' 50th-minutes cross.

But apart from that, the Terriers rarely troubled the visitors until the final 10 minutes.

United's Danny Livesey hit the crossbar early on while Matty Robson also saw a goal ruled out for offside among a handful of good chances for the visitors.

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