The Bantams return to Sky Bet League Two action tomorrow afternoon, with a trip to Scunthorpe United (3.00pm).
Gary Bowyer's men will be looking to earn their second consecutive league victory after overcoming Carlisle United 3-1, last time out.
Currently sat in the play-off places, three points at Glanford Park could see City climb back into the automatic promotion spots.
Scunny have endured a difficult start to the league campaign, currently sat 23rd in the table with five points.
The City boss could opt to bring in more of the players who gained vital minutes at home to Manchester City Under-21s in midweek.
The likes of Shay McCartan and Zeli Ismail have impressed in recent weeks, and could be pushing for starts.
Scunthorpe: Scunthorpe boss Paul Hurst will be without a few of his first-team regulars for the visit of Bowyer's men.
Andy Butler, Yann Songo'o and Junior Brown will all be fit, following injury scares.
New signing Jamie Ward will be in contention and Ryan Colclough faces a late fitness test, but Jordan Hallam, Lee Novak and former Bantam Jamie Proctor are all sidelined.
WHAT THE MANAGERS SAID
Gary Bowyer: "Everyone is surprised at where Scunthorpe currently find themselves.
"I say currently, because they have a good squad and a great manager, in Paul Hurst, and I expect them to bounce back and do well, this season.
"He has a rebuilding job on his hands. Paul has set about that, but the new players need time to gel."
Paul Hurst: "So far, Bradford have lived up to the tag of being one of the favourites to come back up to Sky Bet League One.
"They have a couple of experienced strikers who are important to their team, but it is not just about those two.
"They have started the season well and will bring a lot of supporters with them, tomorrow.
"We expect a tough game against one of the stronger teams in this division."
LAST TIME OUT
The Bantams' last meeting with the Iron came towards the end of last season - in Sky Bet League One.
An explosive opening 15 minutes saw Gary Bowyer's side clinch a 3-2 victory at the Sands Venue Stadium.
Scunthorpe United 2 (Kyle Wooton 64', Lee Novak 80')
Bradford City 3 (Billy Clarke 2', Jermaine Anderson 12', Eoin Doyle 15')
Sky Bet League One
Saturday April 27th 2019
Scunthorpe: Jack Alnwick; James Perch, Rory McArdle (c), Byron Webster (George Thomas 87'), Cameron Borthwick-Jackson; Josh Morris, Clayton Lewis, Funso Ojo (Matthew Lund 31', yellow 60'), Adam Hammill; Lee Novak, Kevin van Veen (Kyle Wooton 46'). Subs (not used): Jonathan Flatt (GK), Levi Sutton, Harrison McGahey, Jordan Hallam.
City: Ben Wilson; Kelvin Mellor (yellow 58'), Paudie O'Connor (c), Anthony O'Connor, Calum Woods (Paul Caddis 74'); Sean Scannell, Jermaine Anderson, Daniel Devine, Lewis O'Brien; Billy Clarke (Luca Colville 46', yellow 53'), Eoin Doyle. Subs (not used): Richard O'Donnell (GK), Josh Wright, Jacob Butterfield, Jack Payne, George Miller.
Robert Lewis has taken charge of seven games so far, this season, issuing 30 yellow cards and two reds.
The Shrewsbury official oversaw City's 3-3n draw at Plymouth Argyle, last December, brandishing six yellow cards.
He also took chage of Scunthorpe's 2-0 defeat at home to Peterborough United last October, showing three yellow cards.
He will be assisted by Mark Cunliffe and Ian Smedley, with Alix Pashley in as fourth official.
Supporters unable to make the trip to North Lincolnshire tomorrow can follow match action via the club’s official Twitter page.
The live feed will provide minute-by-minute coverage of the clash in addition to updates on other social media outlets such as Facebook and Instagram.
Full audio match commentary is available to iFollow Bantams subscribers, while BBC Radio Leeds’ Tim Steere and Andy Kiwomya will provide live radio commentary at 774 kHz on FM and DAB.
IFollow subscribers can also catch all the reaction with post-match interviews and content, while supporters based outside the UK with a package can even tune into a live video stream!
BACK THE BANTAMS - WITH SKY BET
City supporters can back the Bantams for victory tomorrow with Sky Bet.
Gary Bowyer's men are currently placed at 8/5 to take all three points, with James Vaughan favourity to open the scoring - at 4/1.
City fans can place their bets by CLICKING HERE.
PLEASE NOTE: All odds are subject to change.
The Bantams will return to wearing their orange third strip for the affair, with the hosts in their traditional home blue and claret colours.
Scunthorpe: Blue and Claret / Claret / Claret
City: Vibrant Orange with Black Detail / Vibrant Orange with Black Detail / Vibrant Orange with Black Detail