Bradford boss could ring the changes for Exeter clash
BRADFORD City boss Phil Parkinson will not be accepting the long journey as an excuse for not getting three points from St James's Park this Saturday.
Bradford go into the game four places and nine points outside the play-off places, but with two games in hand on most of the teams above them Parkinson is still confident about promotion.
"The season is still very much alive for us but we have to make sure it stays that way," said the former Colchester United manager.
Speaking about the trip to St James's Park, Parkinson added that he might look to ring the changes in a bid to deal with two long away trips in five days.
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"The long journeys that we now have to undertake are part and parcel of football," he said.
"We certainly won't be moaning about it.
"Good players and good teams don't look to make excuses. As I say, we're looking forward to it.
"It might be the right time to freshen things up and make a few changes. It's something we'll have to look into."
Bradford City go into the match having drawn to Exeter City's Devon rival Plymouth Agyle on Tuesday night.
It was a disappointing result for the Bantams who now need to go on a good run of wins to haul themselves back into the play-off picture.
Predicted line-up: McLaughlin, Darby, McHugh, Nelson, McArdle, Ravenhill, Atkinson, Jones, Hanson, Hines, Wells.