MORECAMBE (AWAY) - Wednesday 9 November 2016, kick off 7:45pm, Globe Arena, Checkatrade Trophy
The Bantams travel to Morecambe this Wednesday evening for their final Northern Group C match in this season's Checkatrade Trophy.
Having already qualified for the knock-out stages, City know they only need a point, or a loss by less than a two-goal margin, at the Globe Arena to secure top spot in the group and a home draw in round two.
Wednesday's game will be City's first away match in the competition following home victories over Stoke City and Bury.
Morecambe's previous games in the group have resulted in a 4-1 loss at Bury and then a 3-1 home win over Stoke.
The Shrimps can still qualify themselves from the group with a victory or a penalty shoot-out success. A win by two or more goals will see them finish top.
Full back James Jennings is cup-tied for the Shrimps having already played in the competition for Cheltenham Town.
Ryan Edwards is available, however, after the central defender was suspended for their Emirates FA Cup match with Coventry City on Sunday.
Former Bantams loanee Kevin Ellison is a doubt following a recent ankle injury.
With Colin Doyle currently away on international duty, German shot-stopper Rouven Sattelmaier is expected to start between the sticks at the Globe Arena.
Young professional James King is also likely to be involved for his maiden appearance with the first team since graduating up from the youth team back in 2015.
Australian left back James Meredith could play some part in the game after a period out with an ankle injury.
Joe Cracknell and Reece Webb-Foster are expected to be involved in the squad after loan spells with Bradford Park Avenue and Harrogate Town respectively.
City are unbeaten in their four previous visits to Morecambe's Globe Arena since the Shrimps' move to the new stadium back in 2010.
The Bantams' most recent trip to Morecambe came back in August 2014 when a late Aaron Mclean goal secured victory for City in the Capital One (now EFL) Cup.
City's last away match with Morecambe in the league resulted in a 0-0 draw on New Year's Day 2013.
The Bantams also drew at Morecambe in September 2011 - the game this time finishing 1-1 - when an injury time equaliser from Ross Hannah earned a share of the spoils.
City won 1-0 on their first visit to the Globe Arena back in March 2011 thanks to James Hanson's first half opener.
Last Time Out
Morecambe 1 (Winnard 59)
Emirates FA Cup First Round
Sunday 6 November 2016
Coventry City 1 (Sterry 72)
Morecambe line up: Roche, McGowan, Winnard, Whitmore, Jennings, Murphy, Rose, Barkhuizen, Wildig (Mullin 67), Molyneux (Dunn 76), Stockton
Subs not used: Wakefield, Nizic, Conlan, Fleming, Turner
Morecambe's last five (from left to right): D - L - D - L - W
Match Official: TONY HARRINGTON
City Match Colours: BLACK/AMBER/AMBER
Northern Group C as it stands:
City supporters will be able to pay on the turnstiles at the Globe Arena this Wednesday evening.
Fans will have a choice between a standing and seating section for the game.
Admission prices will be:
Adults - £10.00
Seniors (over 65s) - £8.00
Students - £8.00 (must produce NUS card)
Under 18s - £3.00
Under 14s - FOC (maximum of 3 with any adult or concession)
Disabled supporters - £8.00 (Includes free carer subject to DLA/PIP at mid or higher rate)
Adults - £8.00
Senior (over 65s) - £6.00
Student - £6.00 (must produce NUS card)
Juniors - £3.00
Under 14s - FOC (maximum of 3 with any adult or concession ticket)
Disabled supporters - £6.00 (includes free carer subject to DLA/PIP at mid or higher rate)
Despite snowy showers in and around the Bradford region on Wednesday morning, Morecambe have reported no snow or pitch concerns ahead of the match.
The forecast for the evening is for cloudy but dry conditions, with temperatures of 4 degrees.
For those unable to get to Morecambe this Wednesday, City supporters can follow live updates from the Globe Arena via the club's official Facebook and Twitter pages.Coverage
Full audio match commentary of the Morecambe match can be found via Bantams Player HD. Join Pulse 2's Jason Thornton and Chris Cooper for match action and reaction from the game.
Bantams Player HD is also the place for post-match interviews from City assistant Kenny Black, who will be taking the game, and his players, plus extended match highlights over the coming days.
Supporters can subscribe to Bantams Player HD for as little as £4.49 per month.
The official website, Twitter and Facebook pages will also have post-match reaction from the City camp at Morecambe.
Bantams Player HD