LEE CLARK is ready to take a roll call as he prepares for tomorrow’s trip to Hartlepool United.
The manager must check on Jordan Rhodes, Gary Roberts and Danny Cadamarteri as the Victoria Park clash nears.
Top scorer Rhodes notched his 17th goal of the season in Saturday’s 2-2 home League I draw with Leyton Orient but was forced off at half-time through illness.
Winger Roberts only made it to the 29th minute of Town’s fourth successive stalemate after suffering hamstring trouble.
And Cadamarteri was forced to pull out of the game after suffering a back spasm during the warm-up, with his place on the bench going to Tom Clarke.
Antony Kay is available after a two-match ban while boss Clark can call on Sheffield United left-back Stephen Jordan, who made his debut against Orient after signing on a month’s loan.
Hartlepool were 2-1 winners at Exeter on Saturday and Town’s manager, whose side remain third, warned: “I saw them beat Charlton recently and they will make it tough for us, but we need to get back to winning ways.”
It’s the first of four away trips in five games for Town, who go to Yeovil on Saturday and, after hosting Rochdale a week tomorrow, head for Bristol Rovers on Saturday, March 12, and Brentford on Tuesday 15.
Orient skipper Stephen Dawson is a major doubt for their big FA Cup fifth-round replay at Arsenal on Wednesday after suffering a knee ligament injury against Town.
Bradford have appointed former Town boss Peter Jackson as their interim manager on a week-to-week basis.
The Bradford-born 49-year-old had been out of management since leaving Lincoln in 2009.