ONLY today's draw will decide whether Town face a non-league team in this season's FA Cup first round.
But Peter Jackson's side will certainly go down that avenue on Wednesday.
With no midweek Reserve match, the Galpharm manager will keep a pre-season promise by taking a team to the Horsfall Stadium to play UniBond League club Bradford Park Avenue (7.30).
Town were due to visit in pre-season, but pulled the plug on the fixture with the proviso that they would play the game sometime before Christmas.
"We're happy to keep to that pledge," said Bradford-born Jackson.
"With no Reserve match, it's the perfect chance to keep the young lads ticking over."
While Jackson plans to take a mainly Reserve side to the Cemetery Road venue (go to Odsal Top roundabout, follow the Halifax A6036 signs and it's on the left) Andy Holdsworth could figure.
The right-back was unlikely to make today's League I home clash with Brighton, but might have made progress after an ankle injury by Wednesday.
Avenue went into today's home clash with Rossendale United in fourth place in the UniBond First Division.
Meanwhile Terry Dolan, who was signed by Town from the original Bradford PA club in 1970 and after 184 games as a player, later returned for a spell on the coaching staff, is settling into his new job as manager of UniBond Premier Division club Guiseley.
The 56-year-old ex-Bradford City and Hull chief, out of management since leaving York in May 2003, will aim to take the Nethermoor side, who are current'y fourth, into the Conference North.