Date: 11th February 2014 at 8:06am
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Coventry City and Bradford City meet at Sixfields on Saturday afternoon in the reverse fixture of one of League One’s most entertaining games of the season to date.

A live television clash in November was billed as a clash of the strikers with Nakhi Wells for Bradford and Callum Wilson for the Sky Blues both making headlines after fine starts to the season.

Neither player disappointed, Wilson scoring a superb individual goal before half-time while Wells completed his hat-trick with a stoppage time penalty but neither will be playing on Saturday as Wells has now joined Huddersfield and Wilson is stepping up his comeback from injury.

Bradford, who travel to Carlisle United on Tuesday night, are currently two points and one place behind City in the table with the play-offs disappearing from view unless either side can put together a winning run of form.

 

One Reply to “Less Thrills This Time As City Face Bradford?”

  • We were at the height of our attacking play then, obviously losing Wilson and then Clarke has changed that but both teams still have plenty of threat.

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