City look to book their place in the second-round of the Emirates FA Cup, in this evening's first-round replay at home to Shrewsbury Town.
The two sides played out a 1-1 draw in Shropshire - on November 9 - with a home tie against Mansfield Town awaiting the winner of today's affair.
The 7.45pm will see extra-time and penalties contested, if the two sides are level - after 90 minutes.
We have compiled a handy Matchday Guide - packed full of helpful information ahead of tonight's encounter.
PYROTECHNICS & BEHAVIOUR
The club would like to remind supporters the possession or use of pyrotechnics inside a football ground is strictly prohibited.
Those found to be carrying or using pyrotechnics will face a long-term ban.
We would like to remind supporters it is a criminal offence to enter the pitch at any time.
Anyone who does so without permission can expect to face prosecution.
Tickets are still on sale for this afternoon's clash.
The ticket office at the Utilita Energy Stadium will be open from 9.00am right up until kick-off for supporters wishing to purchase a ticket.
City supporters will be housed in the bottom tiers of The Kop and JCT600 Stands, with travelling Shrews in blocks F and G of The Mamma Mia Stand.
Admission prices are as follows:
Adults - £10
Senior Citizens / Students - £5
Juniors - £1
For more information on any of the above, please call 01274 770012 to speak with a member of our ticketing team.
Turnstiles will be open from 6.30pm, this evening.
New traffic regulations - enforced by the City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council’s Planning Transportation & Highways department - are now in place around the Utilita Energy Stadium.
Only blue badge holders are permitted to park on Midland Road, within the road closure, on a matchday.
Additional disabled car-parking spaces are now available near the One In A Million free school - on Burlington Street - and on Valley Parade.
The Shrews currently sit 11th in Sky Bet League One, after a mixed start to the 2019/20 campaign.
After their fixture at Doncaster Rovers - at the weekend - was also postponed, due to international call-ups, Salop have not contested a league fixture since their draw against City, in the first-round.
Be sure to grab a copy of Issue 11 of The Parader this afternoon, on sale for just £2 around the Utilita Energy Stadium.
The front cover of the Bantams' official matchday programme features the latest in a collection of illustrations by Bradford artist and City fan Rob Dunn.
Tonight's cover features a detailed drawing of the Emirates FA Cup trophy.
To maintain the cup fever, the centre spread contains iconic images from the Bantams' cup run of 2014/15, with 'A Historic Cup Run' documenting that memorable season.
Other features include 'From The Dugout' with City manager Gary Bowyer, and a report of Mark Trueman's under-18s side's triumph in the second round of the FA Youth Cup.
There is also a guide on tonight's opponents, on top of a 'Last Time Out' report of Jake Reeves' Bantams return, in last Tuesday's game against Rochdale.
THE CITY SHOP
The City Shop will be open from 9.00am until 5.00pm today to allow supporters another opportunity to get their hands on the Bantams’ 2019/20 home, away and third kits.
The strips will be on sale along with City’s all-new training range, gifts and other official club merchandise.
Supporters are in for a dry but chilly evening in West Yorkshire, with temperatures of around 3°C expected.