Bradford secured their first win since April at the weekend and, with new manager Phil Parkinson installed, are 23/10 with Stan James to beat visiting Sheffield Wednesday in the Johnstones Paint Trophy.
The problem facing Bradford is an obvious gulf in class as Wednesday, 9th in League One, come as William Hill’s 13/10 favs to win inside 90 minutes.
However, without a win on the road since March, Wednesday are vulnerable so Bradford can take this tie to extra time – Betfred putting 5/2 about a drawn affair.
Keeping clean sheets is not really either team’s strong point so 3/4 about both teams to score is a must while a 2-2 thriller is 14/1 with Ladbrokes. Covering all high scoring outcomes is Skybet’s large-looking 9/4 about the game producing four goals or more. Bradford’s James Hanson is 2/1 (Boylesports) to score anytime.