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Bradford visit Home Park for the first time since 2013 0 where both sides shared the spoils in a 0-0 draw, under Phil Parkinson's reign

Vital Quotes:

'You get momentum, you get confidence and you can get a lot of good results'

Plymouth Team News:

Nothing new for the Pilgirms. They will be mightily refreshed after their trip to Marbella!

Player to watch: Graham Carey

Carey had a poor game by his standards against Oxford however his workrate cant be faltered. Can usually create something out of nothing with his gritty never give up attitude

Bradford Team News:

Ryan McGowan has confirmed he underwent surgery on a knee injury he had and its likely this will keep him out for at least a month. This is a big blow for the Bantams as the January transfer looked to be the main man to help Bradford keep clean sheets

Player to watch: Tyrell Robinson

Everyone will say a Charlie Wyke is the one to watch but Robinson, when in his day can change an entire game. HIS header.. yes.. header. from Wyke's cross in our recent draw shows he is a talent willing to learn and has different things in his locker

Match Facts & Stats

20 Nov 1993 BCFC v PA 1-5
30 Apr 1994 PAFC v BCFC 3-1
27 Aug 1994 PAFC v BCFC 1-5
11 Mar 1995 BCFC v PAFC 2-0
10 Dec 2011 BCFC v PAFC 1-1
31 Mar 2012 PAFC v BCFC 1-0
20 Nov 2012 BCFC v PAFC 1-0
12 Mar 2013 PAFC v BCFC 0-0
11 Nov 2017 BCFC v PAFC 0-1
02 Dec 2017 BCFC v PAFC 3-1

Match Prediction:


Next Fixtures:

vs Portsmouth - (h) - 03/03
vs MK Dons (h) - 10/03
vs Wigan (h) - 14/03
vs Doncaster (a) 19/03
vs Gillingham (a) 24/03

Date:Friday February 23 2018
Time: 8:59AM

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