Gary Bowyer's Bantams return to action tomorrow, hosting Swindon Town at the Utilita Energy Stadium.
The high-flying Robins have enjoyed a strong start to the campaign, currently sat in fifth place of the Sky Bet League Two table - on 20 points.
With action set to get underway from 3.00pm, we have compiled an Opposition Guide, packed full of detailed information on tomorrow’s visitors...
SUMMER TRANSFER ACTIVITY
The Energy Check County Ground outfit made lots of activity during the summer transfer window, with 13 new arrivals and 14 departures
Ins: Rob Hunt (Oldham Athletic), Zeki Fryers (Barnsley), Jerry Yates (Rotherham United, loan), Eoin Doyle (Bradford City, loan), Lloyd Isgrove (Barnsley), Mathieu Baudry (MK Dons), Tyler Reid (Swansea City, loan), Adam May (Portsmouth), Steven Benda (Swansea City, loan), Daniel Ballard (Arsenal, loan), Diallang Jaiyesimi (Norwich City, loan), Anthony Grant (Shrewbury Town, loan), Jordan Lyden (unassigned).
Outs: Jordan Edwards (Basingstoke), Jermaine McGlashan (Chesterfield, loan), James Dunne (Barnet), Olly Lancashire (Crewe Alexandra), Lawrence Vigouroux (CD Everton), Jordan Young (Coventry City), Sol Pryce (Highworth Town), Martin Smith (Salford City), Luke Haines (Chippenham Town, loan), Marc Richards (Cambridge United), Chris Robertson (Ilkeson Town), Jak McCourt (Macclesfield Town), Kyle Knoyle (Cambridge United), Matthew Taylor (retired).
ONES TO WATCH
Fryers boasts an impressive footbaling CV, turning out for the likes of Premier League big boys Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace.
The defender has also represneted England at youth level and signed for Swindon from Barnsley - in the summer.
Another graduate of the Manchester United academy, Rose captained the England C team in 2012.
The central midfielder carries a wealth of experience - at 31 - having also turned out for the likes of Portsmouth, Oxford United, Northampton Town and Newport County.
Isgrove began his professional career with Southampton in 2012, having graduated from the famous Saints academy.
The 26-year-old forward spent four years at Barnsley before signing for the Robins during the summer transfer window.
A striker, Yates signed on loan from Rotherham in June and has netted four league goals so far, this season.
The 22-year-old spent last season on loan at Carlisle United, bagging seven goals in 29 appearances.
At 39 years old, Richie Wellens already carries a respectable amout of managerial experience.
The Swindon boss was at the Oldham Athletic helm for the entirity of the 2017/18 campaign and has been in Wiltshire since last November.
A midfielder with a long, etablished playing career, Wellens' most notabe spells came at Leicester City, Blackpool, Doncaster Rovers and Oldham, after starting off in Manchester United's academy.
Skipper Dion Conroy is now in his fourth year at Swindon, having first joined the club as a 21-year-old in January 2017.
A product of Chelsea's youth academy, the centre-half first began at Fulham and made 17 loan appearances at Aldershot Town.
Conroy is ruled out of tomorrow's clash, having suffered a long-term knee injury in the Robins' defeat to Newport County - last weekend.
LAST TIME OUT
Swindon suffered only their third league defeat of the campaign - last Saturday - losing 2-0 at home to Sky Bet League Two play-off counterparts, Newport County.
Swindon Town 0
Newport County 2 (Mark O'Brien 38', Jamille Matt 82')
Sky Bet League One
Saturday September 28th 2019
Swindon: Luke McCormick; Rob Hunt, Dion Conroy (c, Adam May 9'), Zeki Fryers, Ellis Iandolo; Lloyd Isgrove, Anthony Grant, Danny Rose (Tyler Reid 81'), Kaiyne Woolery (Michael Doughty 72'); Eoin Doyle, Jerry Yates. Subs (not used): Steven Benda (GK), Tom Broadbent, Scott Twine, Taylor Curran.
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