We have an interesting tie in the FA Cup in Bradford this weekend as Bradford City take on Wycombe Wanderers .
Bradford City currently sit 16th in League Two with five wins, five draws and six losses from sixteen games so far this season.
Just like last season it's been less than ideal campaign for the Bantams thus far as they enter this game miles off being the automatic promotion contending side some people fancied them to be having also parted ways with manager Mark Hughes.
They will, then, be hoping to use this competition as a refuge from their failings in the league as they come into this one having taken just one point from their last three league fixtures, the most recent of which was a 2-1 loss away at Sutton United.
The defeat at Sutton was their second loss on the bounce and despite having beaten Manchester City U21 in the EFL Trophy in midweek they're still not in good shape entering this fixture.
Their form at home isn't all that encouraging either with Bradford having won just one of their last five on home soil so things aren't looking too promising in terms of an upset.
The Bantams have lost both of their last two first round ties in the FA Cup and it looks like they could make it three on the spin here.
Wycombe Wanderers currently sit 10th in League One with six wins, four draws and five losses from fifteen games so far this season.
Wycombe have had a fairly solid campaign so far having sat on the edge of the play-off places for the majority of it.
They're coming into this game fairly out of form, however, having failed to win any of their last four matches, the most recent of which was a 0-0 draw with Cambridge United.
The positive is that they've only lost one of their last four too, and two of the three draws have come against Peterborough United and Oxford United - sides currently 4th and 2nd in the league table - so from that angle their form does not appear as bad.
They've also been pretty strong away from home recently having beaten Fleetwood Town 4-1 in addition to the points at Peterborough and Oxford in their last three matches.
Wycombe have a terrible record in this round of the FA Cup having lost their last four first round ties so they'll feel as though this is surely where that run gets put to bed.
For our Bradford vs. Wycombe prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the away side.