The Bantams begin their Emirates FA Cup campaign this weekend with a trip to face Tonbridge Angels.
The Kent-based outfit sit 17th in National League South - recording one win and two defeats in their opening three fixtures.
We have put together a Big Match Preview packed full of all the information you need ahead of the encounter.
HOW TO WATCH
Supporters will be able to catch every minute of the game LIVE on BBC and BT Sport's digital platforms.
To watch, tune into either BBC iPlayer, the BBC Sport website, BT Sport website or BT Sport Extra 2.
As this game is being broadcast live, no external stream will be available via iFollow.
City: Stuart McCall will be without midfielder Levi Sutton, who serves the second of his three-match suspension following a dismissal at Barrow, along with Kurtis Guthrie and Lee Novak who are sidelined with injury.
Zeli Ismail and Gareth Evans are still expected to miss out through injury, though Clayton Donaldson could be fit - following a late fitness test - after picking up a knock in Tuesday's victory over Southend United.
Loanees Bryce Hosannah and Austin Samuels are eligible to play in the fixture and could make their respective Emirates FA Cup debuts.
WHAT THE MAANGERS SAID
Stuart McCall: “In terms of team selection, we will not be changing much. It will not be an experimental side because we are going there to win, that is for sure.
“Since the draw was made, Tonbridge have not had a game, but we have tried to get hold of as much game footage as possible.
“They have played in a few different systems so far this season, so we do not really know what to expect, but we have to focus on how we want to play and put our game on them.
“We are expecting a tough, physical game but we must go there and make sure we are ready and up for the challenge, to be the best we can be.
“I am sure there will be upsets this week, and we have just got to make sure we are not involved in one of them.”
LAST TIME OUT
Tomorrow marks the first-ever meeting between the two clubs - since 1947 when the Angels were established.
James Oldham has taken charge of seven fixtures in the 2020/21 campaign - handing out 13 yellow cards and awarding two penalties.
Tomorrow will be the first time he has ever officiated a game involving either Bradford City or Tonbridge Angels.
The Derbyshire-based official will be assisted by Conor Farrell and Scott Williams, with Steven Hughes appointed as fourth official.
BACK THE BANTAMS - WITH SKY BET
Supporters can back the Bantams for victory tomorrow afternoon with Sky Bet.
City to win inside 90 minutes is available at 4/9, with Dylan Mottley-Henry to open the scoring available at 9/1.
Supporters can place their bets by CLICKING HERE.
PLEASE NOTE: All odds are subject to change. Please gamble responsibly.
The Bantams will wear their claret and amber home strip tomorrow, with the hosts sporting their traditional blue and white colours.
Tonbridge: Blue / Blue / Blue
City: Claret and Amber / Black / Black