Bradford manager Phil Parkinson faces a couple of selection dilemmas for his side's home game against Notts County.
Jason Kennedy made only his second league start at MK Dons on Saturday and responded with an 85th-minute winner, so Parkinson must decide whether to retain the former Rochdale midfielder or recall Nathan Doyle.
Winger Mark Yeates made an impact as a late substitute for Kyel Reid and is pushing for a recall, while teenage striker Oliver McBurnie hopes to be included in the matchday squad again.
Parkinson has no new injury or suspension worries as his side chase a second win in eight league matches.
Mark Fotheringham comes back into the reckoning for Notts County.
Fotheringham missed the 1-0 defeat at Shrewsbury on Saturday through suspension and was replaced in midfield by Andre Boucaud.
The only other change against the Shrews saw Danny Haynes, available to new manager Shaun Derry for the first time after a three-match ban, replace Ronan Murray up front.
Derry, who has lost all four of his games in charge, has options should he wish to make changes on Tuesday night with the likes of Murray, Enoch Showunmi, David Bell, Greg Tempest, Haydn Hollis and Jack Grealish all available for recalls.