McCall on me, urges Bradford winger Mark Marshall
Bradford boss Stuart McCall must decide whether to recall Mark Marshall for Saturday's Sky Bet League One clash with Peterborough.
The winger has not featured in the Bantams' last two games after suffering a hamstring injury but he was an unused substitute in Tuesday's draw with MK Dons.
On-loan Newcastle man Alex Gilliead impressed in only his second full game for Bradford and will hope to keep his place.
Defender Stephen Darby missed the Dons clash after injuring his arm in training.
Peterborough will bid to move within three points of the Bantams with victory and they have no fresh injury concerns.
Chris Forrester could be in contention to start after coming off the substitutes' bench in Tuesday's loss at Millwall.
Jack Baldwin completes a two-match ban following his red card against Rochdale last Saturday.
Midfielder Gwion Edwards has been ruled out for eight weeks due to a knee ligament injury, while Dom Ball has returned to Rotherham after his loan spell ended "after a disagreement over selection policy", the Millers said.