Bradford vs Aldershot by Hassy

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After starting the season poorly The Bantams have now hit some decent form and have now gone seven games without a loss, not conceded a goal in three and will be hoping to progress into round two comfortably. After knocking Chelsea out last season at Stamford Bridge Bradford will be hoping for another lucrative FA Cup run. They pocketed over £1m in prize money last season and will be play off contenders in League 1 come May.


Their recent run of five wins and two draws from their last seven sees them just outside the play off spots and they will come into the match in high spirits.


Reece Burke is a doubt for Bradford's FA Cup first-round replay with Aldershot. Burke returned to City on Monday after a spell in France with England Under-20s but picked up a minor problem in training on his first day back.


Nathan Clarke is set to keep his place if Burke is ruled out. Lee Evans and James Meredith are currently still away on international duty but Josh Morris could return to the squad after two months out with a knee injury.


Aldershot on the other hand have struggled with financial difficulties but have come out of those despite suffering relegation from The Football League a few seasons ago. However, despite staving of liquidation they are really struggling in the conference and will do well to finish in the top half this season. That being said they'll have been happy with their performance in the first game between these two sides which saw them earn a 0-0 draw at the Recreation Ground last Saturday. However, since that 0-0 they have lost both their league games and last week suffered an embarrassing defeat to Kidderminster who have not won a match in ages!


Aldershot will make changes from their weekend defeat to struggling Kidderminster.


Boss Barry Smith was furious with his team's second successive defeat that has followed their 0-0 draw against Bradford in the first tie. One change will be enforced with new signing Dipo Akinyemi ineligible. Charlie Walker is in line to return in his place but Jack Saville (hamstring) and Joe Oastler (ankle) are expected to miss out once again.


Bradford City are two leagues above the visitors this evening and possess far too much quality for Aldershot to cope. The first may have ended 0-0 but lightening won't strike twice in Yorkshire. Usually, the minnows have their chance of an upset in the first match at home but Aldershot have missed their chance and will do well to avoid a defeat of less than three clear goals.

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Pick Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
Bradford City to Win BetVictor 1.60 10 2-0 WON (+6 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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Comments (4)
Can we bet 0:1:1 European handicap? Can we trust on Bradford to cover that handicap
11/18/2015 - 19:36
Yes, most definitely. I would be confident in that.
11/18/2015 - 20:09
Can we bet 0:1:1 European handicap? Can we trust on Bradford to cover that handicap
11/19/2015 - 01:28
They sure did.
11/19/2015 - 02:31
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