Bradford had emotions in obtaining the qualification play-off, finishing in 5th place with 80 points, six points instead of seven. Fortunately for Rory McArdle and colleagues, in the last round ticked the third consecutive victory and 23rd in the entire season after they won 2-0 in front of Chesterfield, thanks to his successes Leo Evans and Billy Clarke. Thus, defensiveness those in Bradford is very confident, being not scoring in three games, but offensive was the one who gave them headaches, being very modest, among the worst in League One with 55 goals successful . However, the form that Phil Parkinson’s students have shown it in the last seven games played on ‘Valley Parade’ interval in which they won as many wins makes them to have pretty good chances.
On the other side, “Lions” have very high morale, managed to tick off four consecutive victories in the championship in the previous round after they defeated 2-1 in Gillingham, managed a goal in the 90th minute 8 of scorers Lee Gregory, who turned a shot from 11m. Because of these two successes in the last round, Millwall finished in March in a ranking of the most active offensive in League One with 73 goals. Another plus that we have them, it is quite good during that earned him away, racking up 39 points in 23 games in the league, managed to change the score in 39 cases.
Bradford was the team that went unbeaten in two confrontations of the regular season, winning the return game, held at the end of March, 1-0, and the score was 0-0 in tour. On the other hand, both have shown an appetite incredible game, and the fact that Millwall scored at least one goal in the last six games official makes Bradford to put more emphasis on defensive phase, which is why I do not believe it will score goals.