Bradford City Vs Aldershot Town, Mon 25 Apr 2011

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Bradford boss Peter Jackson is set to make changes for the visit of Aldershot.

Jackson saw the Bantams sucked back into the relegation picture after a 3-0 hammering at Accrington on Saturday and was livid with his side.

He said: "I feel some players are letting us down and they are letting us down at the wrong time of the season.

"We don't have many options to change things around but we have to regroup and make sure we don't panic."

Winger Kevin Ellison is hoping to return into contention after a thigh injury but midfielder Tom Adeyemi is unavailable with a thigh strain of his own.

Jackson has options to freshen up his starting XI with the likes of Luke O'Brien, Gareth Evans, Scott Dobie and Lee Bullock all available.

Aldershot boss Dean Holdsworth could also make changes for the clash.

Holdsworth saw his side's faint play-off hopes ended with a 2-1 defeat to Burton at the weekend and the manager may take the chance to take a look at some of his squad players.

The likes of Wade Small, Doug Bergqvist and Tim Sills are all hoping for a rare start.

Captain Anthony Charles was due to make his 350th career appearance on Saturday but missed out through illness and is a doubt to recover in time for Monday, meaning Clayton Fortune could well start again.

Forward Jack Randall broke his leg while on loan at Didcot Town recently and is a long-term absentee.

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Luke O'Brien
Anthony Charles
Clayton Fortune
Lee Bullock
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Tim Sills
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Tim Sills
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Kevin Ellison
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