IT'S honours even in league derbies between Town and Bradford.
Both have won 13 of the previous 40 meetings, which have come in all four divisions - with each claiming six successes on opposition territory.
Former Bradford player Peter Jackson is seeking a third win in his fifth return to Valley Parade as Town manager on Saturday.
Last season, Town edged a 2-1 victory in front of the Sky cameras with goals by Mark Hudson, his first for the club, and Andy Booth in front of 12,285.
His other triumph came in 1998-99, during his first spell at the helm, when 15,124 saw Town win 3-2 through Wayne Allison, Ben Thornley and a Stephen Wright own goal.
Jacko's other trips back were in 1997-98, when 17,842 saw Paul Dalton score for Town in a 1-1 draw, and 2004-05, when City won 2-0 before a 15,417 attendance.
Town's other four wins were 2-0 in 1920-21 (see main article), 1-0 in 1987-88 (Ian Banks scored with the crowd 12,782), 1-0 in 1992-93 (Gary Barnett, 8,214) and 4-3 in 1994-95 (Andy Booth (2), Paul Reid and Ronnie Jepson, 11,300).
The latter was one of two 4-3 scorelines in past clashes in Bradford, with the Bantams winning in 1986-87, when the game, watched by 8,011, took place at Odsal because of rebuilding work in the wake of the Valley Parade fire tragedy.