Shez cautious of Bradford

Last updated : 17 November 2006 By The Chairman
John Sheridan is cautious of his team's prospects when they visit Bradford tomorrow. He told the official site, "We'll be taking it as we would any other game. Bradford are a threat and I think they're one of the best teams in the league going forward. They've got some excellent players who can knock in one or two goals and, like everyone in this league, they can beat anyone on their day. Also, they got a great win against Crewe last week."

Dean Windass is a very good player. That's proven by the fact that teams in higher divisions have be interested in him. He's a quality player at this level, and is very important to their team. We'll be doing our best to keep him quiet. We've got our fingers crossed on Will and Simon. They're with Lee Nobes at the moment. I think Bradford are a team we can get at. We need to be positive and will be going out there to try and get all three points."

The match could see the return of Neal Eardley (pictured) to the team who has made quicker recovery than expected from his medial ligament injury which he sustained in training. Eardley has been training well and was pencilled in for a return to action in the mid-week reserve game but it was cancelled due to a waterlogged pitch.