Caretaker player-manager Kevin McDonald is looking forward to an exciting "occasion" this weekend, when Wrexham visit the University of Bradford Stadium.
After winning his first three games in charge, the Scotsman is hoping to continue City's positive form, in front of a bumper crowd in West Yorkshire.
With over 21,000 tickets already sold for the game, McDonald admits it is fixtures like this that you want to play in.
“It is a great game for us,” he said.
“We have won three in a row and so it will be a good test.
“The game should be a good occasion, with over 22,000 fans in the ground.
“They will also bring good support and it should be a great occasion for both clubs.
“But, no matter how many fans there are, our job remains the same: to go win a game of football.
“We want to play our way and take the game to them.
“With my player hat on, these are the kind of games you want to play in.”
City have already faced the Welsh side once this season in the Carabao Cup, a game which the Bantams won on penalties.
But McDonald will be focusing on his side and things they can improve on from the last three games, rather than looking back further.
“When we played last, both teams were going through rough spells,” he added.
“We will lean on the experience of the more recent games, and the way we have been playing.
“There is no denying the quality they have in their team.
“I will always emphasise that what we do and the way we set up will always dictate what the result is.”
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