Wolverhampton V Bradford at Molineux Stadium : Match Preview
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Clarke strengthens Wolves
New signing Leon Clarke could make his second Wolves debut at home to Bradford.
The striker rejoined his hometown club on Thursday for an undisclosed fee from Coventry, just over seven years since his last appearance for the Black Country outfit before parting ways.
Midfielder Dave Edwards continues to miss out due to a minor foot injury while defender Matt Doherty (hamstring) is also not yet ready as third-placed Wanderers aim to close the four-point gap on League One leaders Brentford.
Goalkeeper Carl Ikeme is expected to return next month from a broken bone in his hand.
Bradford's new loan signing Kyle Bennett will miss out after being sent off on his debut for the club in midweek.
Doncaster winger Bennett has joined on loan until the end of the season, but was shown a straight red card in Tuesday night's 0-0 draw against Preston and, after a successful appeal, has had his ban reduced from three games to one.
Defender Andrew Davies (knee) returned to action in the game with North End after a long-term injury lay-off and is expected to continue after suffering no adverse reaction.
Boss Phil Parkinson has no other new injury or suspension problems, but midfielder Nathan Doyle (groin) will be monitored and James Meredith (foot), Kyel Reid (knee) and Raffaele De Vita (thigh) are still out.
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