Although likely to stay the same, Bantams boss Phil Parkinson hasn't ruled out the possibility of there being one or two alterations in his travelling party for this Tuesday evening's trip to Northampton Town.
Despite being expected to have the same group of players at his disposal that helped secure victory over Cheltenham Town at the weekend, Parkinson has hinted that some last minute decisions on certain players may need to be made.
Andrew Davies, who seemed to take a whack on his leg in the closing stages of Saturday's Cheltenham clash, is believed to be one of a couple of City players who will need knocks checking over before being cleared to play tomorrow night.
On the flip side, however, Gary Jones is continuing to show good progress on the training ground and could have an outside chance of being on the bench at Sixfields Stadium.
"There are a couple (of knocks)", admitted Parkinson when asked.
"At this stage though, nothing to concern us really.
"You could might expect to pick up some whacks after a competitive game last Saturday (vs Cheltenham Town).
"Everyone looks ok at the moment, but we will access any of the minor knocks tomorrow (Tuesday) morning.
"Gary has trained again today (Monday) and he looked good. That is a big boost for us because you want all your best players available for selection.
"He is now very close to being available."