TWO injury-hit sides are set to take to the field for Sunday's Bulls v Giants clash at Odsal (6.00).
While coach Jon Sharp has 13 members of his Super League squad on the treatment table, opposite number Brian Noble isn't too far behind.
Already ruled out long-term are centres Tevita Vaikona and Toa Kohe-Love (both knee).
But Bradford have question marks hanging over the fitness of several key men ahead of this weekend.
Karl Pratt is doubtful with a minor knee ligament strain, Aaron Smith is still groggy after suffering a heavy head knock against Salford on Sunday and Leon Pryce has still not fully recovered from a rib cartilage injury.
Furthermore, Great Britain scrum half Paul Deacon is still suffering the effects of a viral complaint that forced him to pull out of the match against Salford at the last minute.
Noble will give his struggling players as long as possible to prove their fitness, but remains hopeful the news will be good.
The Bulls will get together with some of Bradford's leading companies to stage an `It's a Knockout' tournament as part of the pre-match entertainment for the game, with the proceeds going to Sport Relief.
The competition will be hosted by the original `It's a Knockout' commentator Stuart Hall.
He will then announce the teams in the minutes leading up to kick-off.