Bradford's new loan signing Kevin Ellison will be included in their squad for the home clash with manager Peter Taylor's former club Wycombe.
Rotherham striker Ellison has joined the Bantams in a swap deal, with Bradford winger Omar Daley going in the opposite direction until the end of the season.
Another recent signing, striker Scott Dobie, is also in line for his City debut after arriving last week from St Johnstone in time for the postponed game at Macclesfield.
Skipper Simon Ramsden is hoping to make his first appearance since August at right-back after being sidelined due to a hip/calf injury, with Richard Eckersley having returned to parent club Burnley earlier this week.
Central defender Steve Williams was back in full training this week for the first time since January following a hamstring injury and is also set to boost Taylor's squad as Bradford chase their first win in seven league matches.
Wycombe defender Dave Winfield will return for the encounter.
Centre-half Winfield has missed the last two games through suspension after picking up 10 yellow cards but is back in contention to face the Bantams while fellow defender Alan Bennett is back from a calf strain.
Left-back Andy Sandell has been ruled out for up to six weeks with a medial knee ligament injury.
The 27-year-old recently underwent a scan on the injury he picked up in the 1-0 win over Rotherham on January 22 which has revealed the full extent of the problem.
Striker Scott Rendell returned last week after almost a month out with an ankle injury and fellow forward Jon-Paul Pittman is back in the fold after a lengthy spell out with a knee injury.
Wanderers have only been beaten twice in the last 11 games, winning eight on their way to second place.
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