League Two results offered the Bantams a big chance to close the gap to the play offs, making it a bad time to suffer a first home defeat since December.
Bradford City’s losing run finally came to an end, as the Bantams caretaker duo ensured the team ground out a much-needed point.
City’s eight game unbeaten run came to an abrupt halt, as once again the Bantams struggled to produce a cohesive attacking performance.
An injury hit Bradford City made hard work of beating Crawley Town, suggesting there is still more to come despite sitting pretty in second place.
City 1 Crawley 0: Phil Parkinson’s gamble on resting players just about pays off.
Bradford City welcome Crawley Town to Valley Parade with at least one eye on Saturday’s massive cup game.
A stunning second half performance sees Bradford City earn their first away victory of the campaign, as the new diamond formation sparkles.
Phil Parkinson takes his revamped Bantams side to Crawley Town on Tuesday, hoping to build on a promising start to the campaign.
Forward Billy Clarke has joined Bradford City from Crawley Town.