Bantams boosted by Williams return

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Bradford defender Steve Williams could make a surprise return to action on Saturday following a long-term injury.

The 23-year-old centre-half, who tore his hamstring in the home win over Bury on January 3, has suffered no reaction after returning to full training this week.

Bantams boss Peter Taylor said: "He trained well with us and he's in contention for Saturday's game against Wycombe."

Meanwhile, youth-team pair Dominic Rowe, a midfielder, and winger Alex Flett have both been handed first-team squad numbers.


Flett and Rowe were key members of the City side which reached the fourth round of this season's FA Youth Cup and have caught the eye in David Wetherall's reserve-team line-up.

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