Bradford suffered a disappointing 3-1 reverse in their opener at Gillingham but they bounced back impressively in midweek, grabbing the only goal against Fleetwood, one of the teams fancied for promotion and that could be the Bantams we’ll see more of this season.
Subsequently, Phil Parkinson’s charges are one of the value selections this weekend in League Two as they look to make it back-to-back home victories at the expense of Wimbledon.
The Dons were thumped 6-2 at Burton on Tuesday so they don’t exactly head to Valley Parade in buoyant mood and with confidence now higher in the hosts camp, a Bradford success undoubtedly appeals at 5/6 via Boylesports.
Elsewhere, Oxford are the division’s early pacesetters having won both matches so far and Ladbrokes‘ 8/11 for them to see off Plymouth is hard to resist while Coral quote League Two new boys York at 8/5 to follow up their battling draw at Morecambe by picking up their first victory of the season, at Barnet.
Treble on Bradford, Oxford & York – 7/1 (Betfred)