Bradford remain troubled by injuries as they prepare to replay their FA Cup first-round tie with Shrewsbury.
The Bantams will be without Joe Riley, who is sidelined for the season with a knee injury. Clayton Donaldson and Jamie Devitt are also unavailable with foot and hamstring issues respectively.
Manager Gary Bowyer made nine changes ahead of his team’s Leasing.com Trophy defeat to Rochdale, with only Zeli Ismail and Aramide Oteh retaining their places.
Both could feature again at Valley Parade alongside Jake Reeves, whose comeback against Rochdale after 22 months out with injury earned considerable praise from Bowyer.
League One side Shrewsbury will have Grenada international defenders Aaron Pierre and Omar Beckles available for the fixture.
Captain Ollie Norburn was also an intended member of the Grenada squad but was unavailable due to a viral infection, which could force him to miss the trip to Bradford.
Shrews’ boss Sam Ricketts was impressed by the form of Ethan Ebanks-Landell, who has recently returned from a five-week lay off after a hamstring injury.
Ebanks-Landell looks set to feature as the club aim to better last season’s run in the tournament that saw them reach the fourth round.