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Barrow vs Bradford Prediction, Tips & Stats

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          Bradford to win and Under 2.5 Goals in match @ 4/1
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          Team logoCrawley
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          Barrow vs Bradford Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Holker Street is the venue for an exciting League Two clash on Saturday afternoon as Barrow are set to host Bradford City, with the game set to kick off at 15:00.

          The hosts are currently sitting in 6th position in the League Two table, having gained 53 points from their 33 league games so far this campaign. Barrow currently have a six point gap between themselves and the automatic promotion places and a five point cushion to 8th place.

          Barrow come into this weekend on the back of a poor run of form which has seen the Bluebirds record three successive defeats in the league. These defeats have come against Wimbledon, Forest Green and most recently Salford City.

          Last time out, Barrow were on the wrong end of an eight-goal thriller as Salford defeated them 5-3. Despite a brace from Cole Stockton and Tyrell Warren goal, a lack of defensive discipline punished the Bluebirds who conceded five.

          Following a good run of performances, Bradford find themselves in 13th position in League two, having gained 46 points from their 33 league games. In what is a very congested league table, there are just two points between Bradford and Harrogate in 7th.

          Graham Alexander’s side come into this game on the back of an impressive run of form that has seen his side record three successive victories in the league. The Bantams’ defence has been particularly impressive as they have not conceded in their last four league games.

          Bradford were in action on Wednesday evening as they were narrowly defeated by Wycombe in the Football League Trophy Semi-final. The only goal of the game came in the 91st minute as Matt Butcher shattered Bardford’s dreams of reaching Wembley.

          The fixture of Barrow vs Bradford has a long and storied history, with the two sides having first met in 1906 in the FA Cup. In total, these two sides have met on 54 occasions, with Bradford having the better record, having won 23 compared to Barrows 17.

          It was Barrow who recorded a slender victory when these sides met in the reverse fixture earlier on in the campaign. Lee Angol and Andy Cook scored as Bradford won 2-1. Josh Gordon pulled one back for Barrow moments after they had gone two goals down but he will rue a missed chance to equalise just before the hour mark as the Bantams escaped with the points.

          These sides are inseparable at the bookies ahead of this weekend’s match and both teams are currently priced @ 13/8, whilst a draw is @ 21/10. We are backing Bradford to win and under 2.5 goals because they have shown to have a very solid defence in recent weeks and come into the game with much better form than the hosts.

          Barrow Team News

          Barrow have not reported any new injury concerns ahead of this week and Pete Wild has an almost full squad to pick from this weekend.

          Bradford Team News

          Graham Alexander does not have any new injury concerns ahead of this weekend’s match and he is not likely to make any changes to the side that beat Sutton United last time out.

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