City staff are busily getting ready for this Wednesday evening's eagerly-anticipated F.A Cup third round replay against Championship side Millwall at the Coral Windows Stadium
Overnight show showers saw the Bradford area wake up to a covering of white this (Wednesday) morning but thankfully groundstaff had already put the frost covers on the Valley Parade pitch.
Under sunny skies, the covers will be taken off this morning and the pitch prepared in readiness for City's cup replay against Millwall.
With no further wintry weather forecast at present for this Wednesday, it is all systems go for the match.
A five-figure crowd is expected for the tie but City supporters without tickets can still get their way into the big match and help to be the difference.
Match tickets for the Millwall tie are available now from the Bantams Ticket Office and online (please click HERE
). The ticket office will open until kick off (7:45pm) on Wednesday evening.
The JCT600 Stand and the Community Kop (both tiers) are the two stands open for this tie for Bradford City fans. The T.L Dallas Stand will be closed and the Northern Commercials Stand (East Stand) has been given to Millwall supporters.
Ticket prices for the Millwall game will be:
Senior Citizens: £10.00
The McCall and Hendrie Suites in the JCT600 Stand will also be open for the Millwall match. Ticket prices for this section will be £5.00 dearer per person across the board.
Disabled supporters will be asked to pay the appropriate price from the list above, subject to the usual conditions. Any supporters buying a disabled ticket will also be entitled to a free carers pass.
For fans that are unable to get down to the ticket office in advance of the game, a cash option will be offered at the turnstiles for the upper levels only of both the JCT 600 Stand and The North Stand Kop.
.For ease of access, the turnstiles that are normally used for the flexi-card cash gates will be used for the cash paying option on Wednesday night. Please note that these turnstiles can only offer pre-printed tickets for pre-allocated seats so supporters will not be able to select specific seats at the turnstiles and the tickets will be offered on a first come-first served basis