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5 May 2016

Bantams boss Phil Parkinson says there will be no let up from his players this Sunday despite already having secured a spot in the end-of-season Play-Offs.

After clinching a top six finish with victory at Southend United last Saturday, Parkinson's men entertain Chesterfield at the Coral Windows Stadium this weekend in their final game of the regular league season.

Currently positioned in fifth in the Sky Bet League 1 table, City go into the game knowing a win over Chesterfield could move them up a place into fourth, handing them home advantage in their potentially-crucial Play-Off semi-final second leg.

A victory for the Bantams would also see them reach the 80-point mark for the season.

Parkinson said: "Stage one of the job is complete. We now want to maintain our recent standards and make sure we go into the Play-Offs in high spirits.

"We want to finish the regular season off well and then turn our attentions to the Play-Offs.

"We want to go into them in good form - it is all about keeping standards high.

"Everyone has worked so hard to get us into the top six. We are all looking to an exciting end to the season."

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