The Bantams will be aiming to secure their third victory in four Sky Bet League Two outings when they travel to Mansfield Town this afternoon.
We have created an Away Day Guide to give you all the important information you need to know heading into the encounter.
One Call Stadium
ABOUT THE GROUND
This is the oldest ground in the EFL, having first hosted football all the way back in 1861.
The stadium is usually known as Field Mill, but is currently under the name of One Call Stadium due to sponsorship reasons.
The Stags began playing their football at the ground back in 1919.
The venue holds a total capacity of 9,186 and is made up of four stands which go by the names of the Ian Greaves Stand, the Quarry Lane End, the Bishop Street Stand, and the North Stand (for visiting supporters).
The away allocation for this match has now SOLD OUT - with City supporters purchasing all 1,673 tickets available to them.
The travelling Bantams supporters will be situated in the North Stand.
PLEASE NOTE: No further tickets will be available for this clash, with no pay-on-the-day option available. Supporters without tickets are politely asked not to travel to the One Call Stadium.
The best option for parking would be at the Mansfield Railway Station which is only a six-minute walk from the stadium and very close to the away end.
The price to park here for the entire day is £4.
ENTERTAINMENT AND REFRESHMENTS
There is a bar located at the ground called Sandy Pate which does allow away fans. This bar does get busy, so it is advised you arrive there as early as possible.
City supporters will also be able to visit the William IV pub which serves a variety of food and drinks. This is a 15-minute walk from the stadium.
Another option is the Brunels Bar, and this is a 10-minute walk from the ground.
Leave the M1 at Junction 29, and then take the A16 to Mansfield. After continuing for six miles, you should then pass the pub called the Pheasant Inn on your left-hand side.
At the next set of traffic lights, turn right into Rosemary Street (signposted Derby A38).
Follow that road for one mile and once you pass Burger King and a retail park on your right, turn right at the traffic lights onto Quarry Lane.
You will then be able to see the ground on your right-hand side.
Route from the South: Leave the M1 at Junction 28 and take the A38 to Mansfield.
Once you pass the Kings Mill Hospital on your left and the Nell Gwyn pub on your right, turn right at the set of traffic lights after the pub onto Sheepbridge Lane.
After you pass under a railway bridge, you will reach another set of traffic lights where you will need to turn left onto Quarry Lane.
You will see the stadium on your left-hand side.
You can see the One Call Stadium from Mansfield Railway Station.
If travelling in from Leeds, you would be required to change at Nottingham.
The ground is less than a 10-minute walk from the train station.
Temperatures will be around highs of 18°C, however, it is expected to rain all day.