GRAFTING skipper Jon Worthington is calling on Town's fans to make it a special derby day at the Galpharm tomorrow (12.00).
The 22-year-old starred in Town's 2-1 victory at Valley Parade just over a month ago when Peter Jackson's side paraded all their promotion credentials to a national TV audience.
They will get a second opportunity to do that in the FA Cup in just a couple of weeks time, but Worthington is determined Town make the most of home games against Bradford and Nottingham Forest before even thinking about the trip to Worcester.
"Our fans were brilliant over at Valley Parade and we need them right behind us again tomorrow," said midfielder Worthington.
"We are hoping for big bumper crowds tomorrow and next week to help us through two massive games and, having won down at Yeovil, we are going into them full of confidence.
"It's a very good sign to be going to places like Huish Park and coming away with three points and, with these two huge home games back-to-back, it would be a great time to go on another solid run of results."
Bradford have Marc Bridge-Wilkinson and Bobby Petta - who netted against Town last month - back in their squad but are without Ben Muirhead, who was sent-off against Barnsley last weekend.
Town, of course, are minus Mark Hudson, who notched the winner at Yeovil before being sent-off and who has been forging an excellent central partnership with the tough-tackling Worthington.
"I felt really sorry for Huddy last week and he's obviously very disappointed to be missing the derby," said the skipper.
"He had a great game last week, scored a good goal which won us the game and then, only seconds from the end, he got sent off.
"Personally, I felt the referee didn't show any common sense at all.
"Huddy was stretching to get to the ball and, while he caught their player, it certainly wasn't malicious.
"It was a foul at worst but never a booking and to get sent off for something like that and to miss a huge game like the derby because of that is very disappointing for all of us.
"I've been enjoying playing alongside Huddy as well, so it's a shame we can't carry that on tomorrow."
Worthington feels Town can build on the win from Somerset tomorrow, providing the home fans crank up the volume for the early kick-off.
"We had a fantastic result last Saturday and we were all absolutely delighted because Yeovil is a tough place to go to," he said.
"The second half onslaught proved exactly that, but there was great character from the lads to make sure we got the three points.
"In the first half we played some really good football and showed our quality. We got in behind them a few times with some really good moves and we were worth our lead, but it was a lot different when they came at us in the second half.
"We talked in the dressing room about not conceding a goal, but we never make life easy for ourselves and ended up showing a hell of a lot of bottle to win the game.
"That was fantastic and now we are very positive as we look towards the Bradford game with a great deal of confidence.
"The lads are up for it, there's no doubt about that. We are always up for a battle, but the Bradford derby is something special and, having one win under our belts this season, we are looking for another at the Galpharm.
"The supporters have been brilliant this season.
"Over at Bradford they were unbelievable and to see around 600 down at Yeovil and giving us such good backing was just tremendous.
"As I've already said, we need them right behind us tomorrow as well."
Town - Rachubka, Holdsworth, Adams, N Clarke, Mirfin, Worthington, Carss, Brandon, Schofield, Booth, Abbott, Taylor-Fletcher, Collins, McCombe, Young, Ahmed, Senior.
Bradford - Ricketts, Stewart, Taylor, Wetherall, Bower, Schumacher, Crooks, Morrison, Windass, Claridge, Cadamarteri, Emanuel, Kearney, Cooke, Howarth, Bridge-Wilkinson, Petta.
Referee - Lee Mason (Lancs).