A third straight defeat for Bradford City pretty much guarantees they will be a League Two club once again next season.
A late, late Harrogate Town winner might just have spelt the end of Bradford City’s play off hopes, as a slow first half was once again punished.
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 have edged closer to the play off places, but they made hard work of defeating their struggling opponents.
Clayton Donaldson’s brilliant header earns Bradford City another point, but the race for the final play off spot is hotting up.
Bradford City produced arguably their best performance under Mark Trueman and Conor Sellars, with a 4-1 thumping of Forest Green putting them firmly in the play off hunt,
Bradford City’s are back within touching distance of the play off spots and there is still time to sneak into the top seven, but it won’t be easy.
Bradford City made a welcome return to form as a series of unlikely team selections helped Trueman and Sellars earn a first victory in six.
Bradford City went down a third defeat in four as performances continue to offer concern.
Bradford City laboured to a goalless draw with Oldham Athletic in a performance that exposed the growing limitations of the cautious 4-2-3-1 set up.