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Bradford Bow Out Of Fa Cup

The Bantams were knocked out of the FA Cup this weekend by a 2-1 defeat to League One side Leyton Orient.The O's dominated the first half and took the lead when Jason Demetriou opened the scoring after just eleven minutes with a chip over Rhys Evans.After the interval the Bantams got themselves right back in the game with a Michael Boulding equlaiser on fifty-eight minutes.But their joy was short ....

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Fa Cup: Bradford V Leyton Orient

The Bantams host The Os at Valley Parade in the FA Cup this weekend hoping to extend their recent winning streak to three matches.Burnley loan signing Steve Jones comes straight into the side to replace the injured Omar Daley but Paul Arnison is battling to be fit after a calf injury.Tom Clarke and Nicky Law have both extended their stay in Bradford to reinforce the Bantams squad.League One side ....

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Bradford 3-2 Chesterfield

The Bantams beat ten-man Chesterfield 3-2 to move up to second in League Two. It was not an easy task for the home side after they conceded a goal after just three minutes from Jack Lester and Darren Currie made it two with a deflected shot twenty minutes later. Bradford pulled one back a few minutes later from a Graeme Lee free-kick and Michael Boulding headed in the equaliser shortly before ....

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Bradford V Chesterfield

High-flying Bradford City host Chesterfied this evening hoping for a win that could take them into the top three. The Bantams are level on points with 3rd placed Rochdale and only two points behind 2nd placed Darlington. Stuart McCall could have Kyle Nix available if he is fit to play following his recovery from an ankle injury although Paul McLaren is out with a groin strain. Lee Richardson's ....

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Rotherham 0-2 Bradford

The Bantams earned themselves a valuable three points with two second half goals away to Rotherham.The Millers should have broken the deadlock through Dale Tonge early on but he put his effort wide and the second half was all Bradford.Still it took seventy-one minutes before Luke O'Brien slide his shot past Stockdale in Rotherham's goal.Nicky Law made sure of the victory with a curling shot six ....

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Rotherham V Bradford

The Bantams are sitting pretty in sixth place as they travel to the Don Valley Stadium to take on Rotherham United.Bradford boss Stuart McCall has an almost fully fit squad to choose from, midfielder Kyle Nix has been out with an ankle injury but managed to get through a reserve game unscathed and is back in contention.Michael Boulding has been working hard in training and is pushing for a place, ....

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Wycombe 1-0 Bradford

The Bantams failed to thwart Wycombe's unbeaten run and bowed to a 1-0 defeat on the road.It took the Chairboys seventy minutes to break the deadlock although they had chances earlier.Matt Harrold was denied by Bantams's keeper Rhys Evans twice in the first half after Harrold headed straight at him and then Evans blocked another low shot.Shortly after the interval Chris Zebroski hit the post and ....

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Wycombe V Bradford

The Bantams travel to Wycombe to take on The Chairboys in a top of the table clash this weekend.Bradford have a big boost as Paul Arnison, Tom Clarke and Paul Heckingbottom are all back for the trip to Adams Park. Loan signing Clarke was not available for last weeks FA Cup tie and Arnison and Heckingbottom have shaken off injuries.The home side have boosted their strike force by signing QPR ....

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Fa Cup: Mk Dons 1-2 Bradford

The Bantams ended Dons dreams of FA Cup glory when they beat them 2-1 this weekend.League One side MK Dons got off to a bad start and it cost them but Bradford battled through and credit must be given to Stuart McCall's boys.Omar Daley put the Bantams ahead after only two minutes with a stinging shot which stunned the Dons.It took the Dons almost fourty minutes to find an answer to Daley's strike ....

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Fa Cup: Mk Dons V Bradford

The Bantams take on League One opponents MK Dons at Stadium MK this weekend in the first round of the FA Cup.Bradford have a slew of injuries to make the draw even harder, Chris Brandon, Lee Bullock, Joe Colbeck and Paul McLaren are all out and Dean Furman and Kyle Nix will require late fitness tests.Tom Clarke is unavailable as parent club Huddersfield have not given him permission to play but ....

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Bees Sting Bantams For A Late Equaliser

Bradford were held to a 3-3 draw this weekend after Barnet came from behind three times and scored a late equaliser.The Bantams took the lead after just ten minutes when Barry Conlon ended some nice team play by finding the back of the net.Barnet;'s first equaliser came barely ten minutes later Through John O'Flynn but poor defending did most of the work for him.Peter Thorne restored the Bantams ....

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Bradford V Barnet

The Bantams welcome Barnet to Valley parade today, hoping to extend their winning streak to three matches. Bradford boss Stuart McCall is missing Omar Daley who is suspended, but Matt Clarke returns from his own ban. Joe C olbeck has broken his foot and is not expected to return until the new year, so Nicky Law will continue as his replacement. Bees boss Paul Fairclough is expected to name an ....

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Bradford 1-0 Bury

Bury fell off the pace with a 1-0 defeat to fellow promotion rivals Bradford City which left them in ninth place in League Two. A victory for the Shakers could have seen them climb as high as third but instead it is their opponents who managed to move into the automatic promotion spots after ending the day in second place thanks to last night's victory. Bantams keeper Rhys Evan's was called ....

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Bradford V Bury

Bury lost at home to Luton Town in League Two on Saturday to fall off the pace with the League's leaders and will now hope to get back on track against fellow promotion rivals Bradford City. The good news for Shakers fans is that there are no new injury concerns for manager Alan Knill to worry about. Top goalscorer Andy Bishop came through Saturday's defeat unscathed and should line up against ....

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Grimsby 1-3 Bradford

Bradford City kept pace with the promotion contenders with a 3-1 victory at struggling Grimsby Town. The Bantams took the lead in the 7th minute thanks to Omar Daley's fine finish. Stuart McCall's side were reduced to ten men in the 12th minute when Matt Clarke pulled back Nathan Jarman. Referee Graham Salisbury had no alternative other than to show him red card as he was the last ....

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Grimsby V Bradford

Bradford travel to Grimsby this evening, hoping to get their promotion challenge back on track.Grimsby have yet to win this season so the Bantams really should make light work of them.Bradford striker Michael Boulding is set to return from an ankle injury and Omar Daley may get a place in the starting eleven after coming off the bench to score in midweek.Mark Bower is out with a thigh injury and ....

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Darlington 2-1 Bradford

A rush of late goals ended in a 2-1 defeat for Bradford at the the Darlington Arena last night.Steve Foster should have put the home side ahead in the first quarter of an hour but he wasted the opportunity, while Bradford's Joe Colbeck also spurned the chance to score in the first half.It wasn't until the eighty-fourth minute that the deadlock was broken as Neil Austin's free-kick sailed into ....

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Darlington V Bradford

Bradford travel the relatively short distance to Darlington to take on the Quakers at the Darlington Arena tonight.The Bantams are missing defender Mark Bower who picked up a thigh injury in training, while Omar Daley may require a late fitness test.If Daley is unfit he will replaced by either Kyle Nix or Barry Conlon.Darlington are missing Tim Ryan through suspension and striker Pawel Abbott ....

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Bradford 2-2 Gillingham

Bradford and Gillingham fought their way to a 2-2 stalemate this weekend.Peter Thorne gave the Bantams the lead in the twenty-first minute, scoring from his own rebound after hitting the crossbar with his first attempt.And Joe Colbeck made it two with an excellent right-footed strike, giving the home side a two goal cussion at half time.However the Gills fought back after the interval and Simeon ....

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Bradford V Gillingham

Fourth place Bradford go head to head with Gillingham this weekend at Valley Parade.The Bantams are looking to improve their home record but the Gills will be flying high after their 5-0 thrashing of Morecambe last week.Bradford boss Stuart McCall may hand a debut to 18-year-old striker Leon Osborne, while defenders Paul Heckingbottom and Paul Arnison are looking to get back in the starting ....

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Accrington 2-3 Bradford: Five Goal Thriller

The Bantams came from behind to score three goals and beat home side Accrington Stanley.Despite being in the wrong half of the league table, Accrington dominated the majority of the game and took a deserved lead on twenty-three minutes through a set-piece finished off Jimmy Ryan.Joe Colbeck hit the post as the Bantams fought back but Terry Gornell made it two for Accrington just after the ....

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Accrington V Bradford

The Bantams take on eighteenth placed Accrington tomorrow, looking to build on their top six standing.Bradford are missing Lee Bullock through injury and will have to wait for late fitness tests on both Paul Arnison and TJ Moncur.Paul Heckingbottom is suspended which might give Luke O'Brien his first start this season.The Reds welcome back Andrew Procter from his knee injury but Robbie Williams ....

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Bradford 1-1 Luton

Ten-man Bradford held on to secure a 1-1 draw against visiting Luton.Bantam Paul Heckingbottom was throwing his weight around and was sent off for a second bookable offence in the seventy-fifth minute.A ray of light appeared for the home side when Michael Spillane's poor clearance fell into the path of Barry Conlon who gratefully but the ball in the back of Luton's net.But Spillane decided to ....

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Bradford City V Luton

An under-strength Bradford side welcome Luton to Valley Parade this weekend.Lee Bullock is out with damaged knee ligaments, Paul Arnison has a calf injury and TJ Moncur sustained a concussion, leaving the Bantams with some holes to fill.Luton are in better shape, Sam Parkin could return from a hamstring injury and Kevin Nicholls may have sufficiently recovered from his back problem to take ....

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Shrews 2-0 Bantams

Shrewsbury Town kept up the pressure on the top two sides in League Two by beating promotion rivals Bradford City 2-0. The opening goal was controversial considering Bradford's Thomas Moncur and Graham Lee had clashed heads and were both down at the time of the goal. With both players laid flat out on the turf Ben Davies put the ball into the back of the net after Grant Holt's initial effort ....

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