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💬 Matt Taylor: "It's a shame the fans can't be there. It's one we are expecting to be a high quality game."

4 February 2021

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Manager Matt Taylor says he is expecting a high intensity game when eight-match unbeaten Bradford City visit SJP on Saturday.

Bradford have picked up form since the arrival of caretaker managers Conor Sellars and Mark Trueman and Taylor believes the game the game would have made a great spectacle for the fans.

"It's a shame the fans can't be there. It's one we are expecting to be a high quality game," he said.

"Bradford have recruited really well in January and their form shows what a great set of players they have. But they're coming to our place.

"It will be a different type of game to what we usually expect in terms of atmosphere, because Bradford fans travel well and our home fans always respond."

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