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Bradford vs. Doncaster Prediction, Tips & Stats

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          Bradford vs. Doncaster Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Two Yorkshire clubs face off in League Two this weekend as Bradford City face Doncaster Rovers.

          Bradford City currently sit 14th in League Two with nine wins, eight draws and ten losses from twenty-seven games this season.

          As the seasons go by, Bradford appear more and more eternally doomed to an existence in League Two as they consistently fall short of expectations.

          If last season was an underachievement, this season is an unquantifiable failure as they look well on course for a mid-table finish, despite entering the season as promotion favourites.

          Their form is certainly that of a mid-table club, anyway, as they enter this game having failed to win any of their last five league games.

          Their most recent game saw them held to a 1-1 draw away at Colchester United after Andy Cook’s opener was cancelled out early in the second half.

          It was yet another underwhelming result for the Bantams who were facing a side 22nd in the league table, with inability to win such games showing their lack of credentials to mount a playoff push.

          They don’t have particularly strong home form to fall back on either at present, with the Bantams having won just one of their last six league games on home soil.

          No doubt there’ll be a rigorous review at the end of the season to determine the root cause of Bradford’s consistent underperformance if things remain as they are, but right now it’s tough to determine and it doesn’t look much like improving.

          You’d say this is a winnable game and on paper it is, but that doesn’t mean it’s worth being confident in Bradford taking advantage of that based on their recent results.



          Doncaster Rovers currently sit 20th in League Two with eight wins, four draws and fifteen losses from twenty-seven games this season.

          Donny are having a pretty grim season all things considered and while there’s still a decent cushion between them and the relegation zone they’ll no doubt be starting to look over their shoulder.

          They’re entering into this game woefully out of form having won just one of their last eight league games, the most recent of which was a 0-1 defeat to Newport County.

          A loss at home against a side deep in the bottom half of the table was a tough result to swallow, particularly considering it followed a 3-1 defeat at Harrogate Town the week prior.

          Their away form has been unsurprisingly poor too, as they come into this game winless in their last six games on the road.

          Doncaster have lost their last two head-to-head meetings with Bradford, including a 1-3 defeat less than a month ago, so despite Bradford’s poor form it feels unlikely they’ll get anything from this game.

          For our Bradford vs. Doncaster prediction, we’re going for a 2-1 win for the home side.

          Don’t forget to check out the rest of our previews, tips and offers for this weekend’s action.

          Bradford Team News

          Jamie Walker, Alex Pattison and Daniel Oyegoke are all expected to be missing for the Bantams.

          Changes are likely following a disappointing result last time out, with Vadaine Oliver and Clarke Odour candidates to come into the starting lineup.

          Doncaster Team News

          Ian Lawlor, Jamie Sterry, James Maxwell, Tom Anderson, Richard Wood, George Miller and Tommy Rowe make up what is a pretty significant absentee list for the away side.

          Harrison Biggins and Kyle Hurst are both looking to break into the starting XI after a poor showing last time out.

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