Bantams boss Stuart McCall has made just one single change to his side for the trip to MK Dons this Saturday.
Nicky Law, who actually made his original City debut at Stadium MK virtually ten years ago to the day, comes back into the side for Paul Taylor.
Despite being on the substitutes' bench for Republic of Ireland on Friday night, Colin Doyle has made it back in time to keep his place in goal for the Bantams.
In front of Doyle, Adam Chicksen will remain part of the Bantams' back four.
Chicksen, who spent the first five years of his pro career at Stadium MK, became the first Milton Keynes-born player to play for MK Dons.
Fit-again Timothee Dieng is named on City's bench after missing the last eight league games with a calf injury.
The Frenchman takes the place of Adam Thompson among City's list of substitutes.
Thompson is currently away on international duty with Northern Ireland.
|MILTON KEYNES DONS||BRADFORD CITY|
|1. Lee Nicholls||1. Colin Doyle|
|2. George Williams||3. Adam Chicksen|
|3. Dean Lewington (c)||4. Jake Reeves|
|5. Scott Wootton||5. Matthew Kilgallon|
|6. Ed Upson||6. Romain Vincelot (c)|
|7. Gboly Ariyibi||7. Nicky Law|
|9. Osman Sow||9. Charlie Wyke|
|14. Kieran Agard||11. Dominic Poleon|
|19. Ethan Ebanks-Landell||17. Alex Gilliead|
|20. Aaron Tshibola||22. Nathaniel Knight-Percival|
|26. Alex Gilbey||29. Tony McMahon|
|13. Wieger Sietsma (GK)||23. Lukas Raeder (GK)|
|4. Joe Walsh||8. Timothee Dieng|
|10. Chuks Aneke||10. Paul Taylor|
|15. Ryan Seager||15. Tom Field|
|16. Robbie Muirhead||18. Luke Hendrie|
|18. Conor McGrandles||19. Alex Jones|
|21. Aidan Nesbitt||34. Omari Patrick|