Bradford V AFC Wimbledon at Northern Commercials Stadium : Match Preview

20 April 2017 04:34

Same again for Bradford boss Stuart McCall

Bradford boss Stuart McCall is likely to choose from an unchanged squad as his side chase the point needed to secure their play-off place against AFC Wimbledon.

McCall has no new injury or suspension problems following Monday's defeat at champions Sheffield United.

Newcastle loanee Alex Gilliead (hamstring) and centre-half Matthew Kilgallon (shoulder) are scheduled to return to full training next week.

Strikers Alex Jones and Billy Clarke, plus defender Stephen Darby are pushing for recalls, but forward Reece Webb-Foster (knee) is still out.

AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley goes into the game with a full squad to choose from following the 0-0 draw with Peterborough on Easter Monday.

Ardley opted for youth against Posh and may be tempted to do the same this weekend.

Right-back Toby Sibbick made his debut and is in contention for a second start as the club look to give experience to youngsters now the season is coming to a close.

Source: PAR