Revenge will be firmly in the minds of Bradford City's opponents Oxford United tomorrow – ahead of their first-ever visit to the Kassam Stadium.
City walloped the U's 5-0 in a season's best showing at Valley Parade on October 30, but they will face a League Two side bang in form tomorrow.
Oxford, managed by ex-City defender and former Halifax boss Chris Wilder, come into the game following back-to-back away wins, with City stewing after a dismal 3-1 home loss to Barnet.
Wilder, who recently snapped up former Bantams ace Paul McLaren, said: "We will look to get the right result this time.
"Whatever we use, whether it is the memory of getting beaten 5-0 that day, we'll try to keep our run going."
Jake Sepight could feature after netting in his first appearance for City following his loan spell at Port Vale, with the forgotten striker on target in the 3-1 reserves loss to Barnsley on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Simon Ramsden and Michael Flynn are on course to return to first-team action with City at the end of this month after being out virtually all season with injury.