After nearly a month away it is back to action on home soil for Cheltenham Town on Saturday when Bradford City are the visitors (kick-off: 3pm).
Two teams in good form and on excellent runs go head-to-head. It promises to be a fantastic contest with the Robins looking to retain their place in the division's top three, and the Bantams targeting the continuation of their ever improving form following a January transfer window that's seen them bolster their attacking options.
Earlier in the season when the two teams met at the Utilita Stadium it was Cheltenham who came out on top. It was a tight match that night and Saturday's game is very much set up to be the same.
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Midfield trio Chris Clements, Liam Sercombe and Ellis Chapman will all miss the game because of injury.
Check out Michael Duff's Thursday press conference previewing the clash.
A run between November and December that saw Bradford City lose five consecutive League Two matches condemned them to a place in the lower reaches of League Two. It sparked a change in leadership for the second half of the season and youth team coaches Mark Trueman and Conor Sellars have been in temporary charge since December.
They have played a significant part in improving the West Yorkshire team's fortunes and they go into Saturday's meeting having registered six victories in their last 10 League Two games. In that run they've only lost once to Exeter City and they also signed a number of players in the January transfer window to help aid their league campaign.
Of late Sam Hornby has been the man they've turned to in goal. Despite having the experienced Richard O'Donnell back and available former Port Vale stopper Hornby has been donning the gloves of late.
Their defensive set-up features the experienced Irishman Anthony O'Connor, ex-Plymouth Argyle man Niall Canavan and Harlow born left-sider Connor Wood.
In their midfield ranks Scotsman Eliot Watt brings useful legs, as does Callum Cooke who signed back in the summer from Peterborough United.
Former Portsmouth man Gareth Evans brings important leadership while Jordan Stevens, who hails from Brockworth just outside of Cheltenham, is on loan to the club from Leeds United having spent the first part of the campaign on loan at League One Swindon Town.
Bradford's attacking line-up boasts some impressive names at League Two level. In January they brought in Charles Vernman, Danny Rowe from Oldham Athletic and Andy Cook on loan from Mansfield Town.
They've boosted an attacking force that already included Jamaica international Clayton Donaldson, well-travelled Billy Clarke and ex-Huddersfield Town and Birmingham City marksman Lee Novak.
In interim charge: Mark Trueman & Conor Sellars
In December 2020 Mark Trueman and Conor Sellars were appointed as caretaker managers at Bradford following the departure of former boss Stuart McCall.
Two young coaches who were working as part of the academy set-up in West Yorkshire, they have led the Bantams to improved performances at first team level and have continued to be offered the opportunity to represent them in League Two.
Trueman is a 34-year-old former midfielder who played non-league football for the likes of Harrogate Railway Athletic, Ossett Albion and Thackley until embarking on a coaching career that's seen him work at FC Halifax Town with their under-18s before moving into a similar role at Bradford.
Sellars, who is only 29, played also as a midfielder in non-league for the likes of Harrogate Town and Worksop, while he also played abroad at C.F. Fão in Portugal and Íþróttafélagið Höttur in Iceland.
One to watch: Charles Vernam
Charles Vernam became a part of the Bradford City squad in January, joining the club from League One side Burton Albion.
The 24-year-old striker has made a good impression early on by scoring in his first two appearances, including the winning goal in the midweek victory over Morecambe.
He made his big break in the game in a spell with Grimsby Town having started his career at Derby County.
The match programme for the game is on sale from the club's online shop. It can be purchased as a 24 page print edition or a 48 page digital version.
Featured in the programme is a big interview with Sean Long as he reflects on getting back into the squad after injury and the role he'll be hoping to play in the second half of the season.
There's also an interview with Sam Smith after his first Cheltenham goal in midweek, under-18s boss Pete Haynes provides a detailed update on the club's scholars, Michael Duff looks ahead to the match, there's a review of the midweek League Two action, a detailed look at the day's opposition and much more.
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