Bradford boss Stuart McCall hasn't seen the Bulls play this season, but he thinks his side will will if they improve on last week's loss.
Speaking to the Telegraph and Argus he said: "I don't know too much about them. I've not managed to see them play and we haven't got the DVD we sent for because of the post slowing down. They have had some good results of late and are not conceding many goals, so they've tightened that area up.
"But I'm confident in our lads if we can just raise it from last week. We've had a good week's training and the mentality has been looking forward to this game ever since the Dagenham defeat. Without putting too much pressure on, we know we need a win - and hopefully if we put in another performance like we have been doing at home, that will come."
Striker Michael Boulding is rated as extremely doubtful for tomorrow's match with a virus, while fellow forward Peter Thorne is definitely out leaving rookie James Hanson leading the attack. The 6ft 3in striker has scored four times in twelve games this season after coming from Unibond side Guiseley, with his no-nonsense crash bang style proving effective. He has committed more fouls than any of the Bulls he will face, but is yet to be booked. He is confident of getting three points on Saturday:
"We've got three of the next four at home and if we put the same effort in as we did against Crewe, then we'll be all right. After Hereford, it's Macclesfield away and we've got to be confident of getting two wins which will push us back up into the play-off hunt."
Meanwhile, the Bulls squad has already departed for Bradford with an overnight stop expected in West Yorkshire. The weather in Bradford on Saturday is predicted to be fairly continuous light rain.