The Bantams will be looking to keep their undefeated start to the season in-tact as they welcome Bristol Rovers to Valley Parade tomorrow.
City have not lost any of their opening seven games meaning confidence is high going into this match against Bristol Rovers who sit 19th in League One, with only one win this season. They have however only played six games so far, giving them a game in hand on the Bantams.
Bristol are expected to play an attacking strategy, believing they can match Bradford blow for blow. Assistant manager Marcus Stewart this week speaking to the Bristol Post said:”If we go toe-to-toe with them I think our defenders are better than theirs. They are a good side but I wouldn’t say they any better than we are.”
Bradford manager Stuart McCall said he has a pleasing selection dilemma for the game, with several players now available again. Haris Vuckic, Marc McNulty and James Hanson are all pushing for starts after being on the bench for the game against Gillingham last weekend.
Tony McMahon is now back in full training and could feature tomorrow. McCall however thinks its too early for defenders Rory McArdle and Nathan Clarke to make the team, despite them both being back in full training.
KO: 3pm, Valley Parade.