League Two

September 15, 2012

Full-time

Bradford City

3 - 0

Barnet

League Two

14:00 +00:00, September 15, 2012

Coral Windows Stadium, England

Referee: R Lewis

All's Wells for Bradford

Team Stat Comparison

Bradford City Barnet
Matches Played 46 46
Table Position 7 23
Points 69 51
Goal Difference 11 -12
Goals for * 1.5 0.8
Goals against * 0.9 1.6
Last 5 W-W-L-D-W L-W-L-L-W
Last 5 home W-L-W-L-W W-L-D-D-W
Last 5 away W-D-D-W-L L-L-W-L-L
*  Goals per match - home matches for home club and away matches for away club
Stats: Bradford City | Barnet

Competition Stats

Bradford City Barnet
Goals Nahki Wells 22 Jake Hyde 14
Assists James Hanson 9 Mark Byrne 9
Yellows Nathan Doyle 9 Edgar Davids 7
Reds Nathan Doyle 1 Edgar Davids 2
Squads: Bradford City | Barnet

Bradford striker Nahki Wells has been given the all-clear to return to action in time to face Barnet.

Wells missed last week's draw with Accrington due to an on-going hip problem, but specialists this week have told the 22-year-old he has only sustained minor damage and he could be included in the squad.

Manager Phil Parkinson is boosted by the return of Ricky Ravenhill who has been sidelined so far this season with a knee injury, but fellow midfielder Ritchie Jones is still several weeks away from a return as he too recovers from a knee problem.

Striker Alan Connell is pressing for his first league start at home following his late equaliser at Accrington.

Jon McLaughlin hopes to retain his place in goal, but Parkinson may opt to recall Matt Duke, while defender Rory McArdle and striker Garry Thompson are hoping to feature.

Barnet welcome back skipper Jon Fortune for the trip to Bradford.

The former Charlton centre-half missed last weekend's 3-1 defeat by Gillingham with a knee injury but has been passed fit.

Fellow defender Jack Saville, who scored the Bees' goal on Saturday, limped off in the second half with an ankle knock but should also be available along with midfielder Mark Byrne, who came off at half-time with ankle trouble.

Liam O'Brien is still out with a groin strain so former Arsenal and Hibs goalkeeper Graham Stack keeps his place.

Defender Danny Senda and striker Steve Kabba are recovering from long-term knee injuries suffered last season.

The Bees are bottom of League Two with just one point from five games.