We take a look at what happened last time we came up against Bradford City.
Bradford City v Port Vale
Saturday 6th August 2016
At The Northern Commercials Stadium (Valley Parade)
Attendance: 18,558 including 1,073 visiting supporters
Vale began the season with a well-deserved point at Bradford, a point they had to work hard for at times, but there is no denying it was no more than they deserved.
Bruno Ribiero’s men fought for every single ball right from the kick off and with a little more luck could have snatched all three points late on in the game.
Just seconds into the four minutes of stoppage time Vale almost snatched it when Tavares crossed low from the right, but Mbamba couldn't quite get a clean connection on it.
BRADFORD CITY: Colin Doyle, James Meredith, Nicky Law, Romain Vincelot, Mark Marshall, James Hanson, Billy Clarke, Filipe Morais, Nathaniel Knight-Percival, Daniel Devine, Tony McMahon.
SUBS: Rouven Sattelmaier, Jordy Hiwula, Paul Anderson, Reece Webb-Foster, Matthew Kilgallon, Kwame Boateng
PORT VALE: Jak Alnwick, Ben Purkiss, Nathan Smith, Remie Streete, Kjell Knops, Anthony de Freitas, Anthony Grant, Paulo Tavares, Sam Foley, Jerome Thomas, Rigino Cicilia.
SUBS: Ryan Boot, Anton Forrester, Chris Mbamba, JJ Hooper, Quentin Pereira, Sebastien Amoros, Calvin Mac-Intosch