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Smiffy

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So, the team have been ooop narf since Tuesday's spirited defeat at Wolves. They have trained at Port Vale and Huddersfield's training facilities and Sturrock has an almost fully fit squad to choose from. The only absentee will again be Mark Phillips who has a hamstring problem. It's time the lads carried their cup performances into the league games. But will tonight see the lads pick up the first 3 points of the season?

Who will start this one?

Has Mohsni done enough to get the nod?

What formation will Sturrock use?

OS


Our Opponents

Bradford have started the season pretty poorly as well. An Opening day 3-1 defeat at Shrewsbury, a 1-0 home victory over new boys Stevenage and 2-0 reverse at Torquay. They have also beaten Forest 2-1 in the CC first round. But lost out in the 2nd round 1-2 to Preston on Tuesday night, after extra time as well. So both teams will be tired...

Robbie Threlfall will return after serving a one-match ban in the 2-1 Carling Cup defeat by Preston.

Lewis Hunt and Lee Bullock will also be back, but on-loan Tom Adeyemi faces a late fitness test.
 
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