For our Stevenage vs. Bradford prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.
Two sides at opposite ends of the form table meet in League Two this weekend as automatic promotion chasing Stevenage face play-off chasing Bradford City this weekend.
Stevenage currently sit 2nd in League Two with sixteen wins, eight draws and three losses from twenty-seven games this season.
Stevenage have had an outstanding season under Steve Evans as they find themselves well placed for promotion to League One as we enter the latter stage of the league campaign.
They enter this game in good form having won three and drawn two of their last five matches in the league, the most recent of which was a 0-0 draw away at Sutton United.
The draw at Sutton was somewhat disappointing, but Sutton are having a strong campaign as they sit in 11th place and the result extended Stevenage's unbeaten run to twelve matches so complaints should not be too plentiful.
Stevenage's home form has been infallible of late having won four and drawn one of their last five matches on home soil.
Stevenage now sit just four points behind Leyton Orient with two games in hand so, as things stand, the League Two title is in their hands. They face a potentially tricky tie here but given Bradford's form they should take three points here.
Bradford City currently sit 9th in League Two with eleven wins, nine draws and seven losses from twenty-seven games this season.
The Bantams have had an underwhelming campaign under Mark Hughes this season having failed to cement themselves as one of the primary promotion contenders despite entering the season as title favourites.
They enter this game amidst a poor run of league form, too, having won one, drawn three and lost one of their last five league matches while failing to win any of their last four.
Most recently Bradford were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Mansfield Town after conceding a dramatic equaliser in the 91st minute, with Mark Hughes now facing the task of motivating his side in light of a deflating result.
Their away record is very poor heading into this game, with Bradford drawing two and losing three of their last five league matches on the road.
Bradford can take comfort from the fact they thumped Stevenage 3-0 when the two sides met in the league back in September, but this will almost certainly be much more competitive.
Despite underwhelming this season, Bradford are still level on points with Stockport in 7th so the play-offs are well on the cards. They do, though, need to make a statement win and three points at Stevenage would be just that.