McCall ready to shuffle his pack

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McCall: Could change his side

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The Bantams suffered their heaviest opening-day defeat when they went down 5-0 at Notts County on Saturday and now face arguably an even tougher task on the other side of the River Trent.

Centre-halves Matt Clarke and Zesh Rehman could be the fall guys after a defensive horror show at the County Ground, with Jonathan Bateson and Steve Williams pushing for places in the back four.

Midfielder Chris Brandon finally put his long-term ankle injury behind him to play for 69 minutes at the weekend and he should be available again.

Gareth Evans and James Hanson could also get starts in attack after appearing as substitues at Meadow Lane.

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