With 6 games taking place in the city this week, including two local derbies, Bradfordian’s will be spoilt for choice when looking for their football fix.
Wednesday 27th of February
Eccleshill United vs Bridlington Town
Eccleshill returned to winning ways on Saturday following their disappointing cup exit a few days prior, but remain unbeaten in their last 11 league games. With this good run of form the NCEL Premier Division outfit will be confident going into this Wednesday’s game, despite Bridlington’s position 6 places ahead in the table.
Campion AFC vs Glasshoughton Welfare
Having scored a monumental 13 goals in their last 3 games, NCEL Division One leaders Campion will be looking to maintain their momentum as they face mid-table Glasshoughton Wellfare this Wednesday in a fixture that was originally scheduled for December.
Albion Sports vs Thackley AFC
In the first of two local derby games this week, Albion Sports will host Thackley AFC in the NCEL Premier Division. With both sides sitting on 24 points it looks to be a fairly even match up and should be an entertaining game that could go either way.
Saturday 2nd of March
Portsmouth vs Bradford City
After the resignation of Bantams boss David Hopkin on Monday, the League One stragglers will make the long journey south this Saturday to high flyers Portsmouth under the stewardship of former Avenue manager, Martin Drury, alongside Anton McElhone.
Bradford (Park Avenue) vs Curzon Ashton
Promotion chasing Bradford (Park Avenue) will be looking for a repeat of this weekends performance as they host Curzon Ashton following a 2-0 home win against Chester.
FC Bolsover Vs Campion AFC
Campion will be expecting to walk over Bolsover this Saturday as (at the time of writing) first place faces last. Campion currently have 4 games in hand over Bolsover but sit a massive 44 points ahead in the table.
Albion Sports vs Eccleshill United
In their second derby game of the week Albion Sports will take on Eccleshill United. Given the Eagles recent form in the league, the Lions will be hard pressed to take anything away from this game.
Thackley AFC vs Bridlington Town
The Seasiders may want to book a hotel this week as they travel to Bradford for the second time in 4 days, this time to face Thackley. Thackley will need to work hard to force a result in this game as
at the time of writing, Bridlington sit almost 30 points ahead of the Dennyboys.