Wrexham are looking to get back on track in League Two as they face Bradford City this weekend.
Wrexham currently sit 4th in League Two with fifteen wins, seven draws and six losses from twenty-eight games this season.
The Red Dragons have been excelling in League Two following promotion from the National League last time out and are still looking a good bet for a second successive promotion.
They're coming into this game off the back of three straight defeats in all competitions for the first time this season after losses against Newport County, 1-0, and Blackburn Rovers, 4-1, preceded a 3-1 defeat at Salford City last weekend.
The loss at Salford compounded what is a wobble in form for the Welsh side who've also now lost two consecutive league games in a row for the first time this season.
What can be said, though, is that all of those three defeats came away from home, and Wrexham's home form has been infallible this season as they come into this game unbeaten in their last thirteen league games on home soil having also won their last eight on the spin.
Wrexham need a win here to try and reclaim the momentum they've been accumulating for the past few months and despite their recent losses, they should take three points in front of their own fans here.
Bradford City currently sit 18th in League Two with nine wins, ten draws and eleven losses from thirty games this season.
The Bantams have once again been a major disappointment after coming into the season as one of the favourites for promotion while failing to make good on that promise, but this season it's been much more disastrous than it was last time around as they don't even look close to being the requisite standard to contend for the playoffs.
Their form in the league is really poor, with the Yorkshire side having failed to win any of their last eight games in the league.
Their latest outing was a 0-0 draw with Wimbledon, a game that saw them draw a blank in front of goal for the second league game running having scored just one in their last three.
Away from home they've been slightly better having won two of their last five games, but they're also winless in their last three on the road so things don't look too promising here.
These two sides have met twice already this season and both games finished 1-1 in normal time, and while that may give Bradford confidence it feels like they're not in good enough shape to get a result away at Wrexham here.
For our Wrexham vs. Bradford prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.