Walsall return to the Banks’s Stadium as they take on Bradford City in Sky Bet League Two.
The Saddlers will be looking for their first home win of the season and build on their recent draw away at Colchester United.
The Bantams were relegated to League Two alongside Walsall last season and have made a steady start to life in the fourth tier so far.
Kory Roberts remains a long term absentee for Walsall.
Gary Liddle could face his former club if selected.
Bradford will be without Jamie Devitt, who was confirmed to be missing around four months with a torn hamstring tendon injury.
Ex-Saddler Zeli Ismail will also be unavailable, having picked up a red card in last weekend's victory over Northampton.
Adam Henley and Shay McCartan are back in contention for starting places, while former Walsall loanee Aramide Oteh could make his debut in claret and amber.
HEAD TO HEAD
Walsall and Bradford have met 49 times overall.
The Bantams have been victorious on 15 occasions while the Saddlers have come out on top 14 times.
The two sides have drawn 20 times.
There was plenty of drama back in February when the teams last met at the Banks’s.
Things looked bleak for Walsall early on as Andy Cook was sent off before Eoin Doyle gave the visitors the lead.
Josh Gordon and Joe Edwards turned the game on its head for the Saddlers but Anthony O’Connor equalised for the Bantams.
The 10-men restored their lead on 62 minutes when Gordon scored his second and Walsall held on for victory.
Bradford ended a run of two consecutive defeats with a 2-1 victory over Northampton Town last weekend.
The Saddlers are still looking for their first win since the opening day.
FROM THE DUGOUT
Darrell Clarke: “We get judged on results so how you make that into a positive point is by having a good week.
“We’ve got two home games and Morecambe away so we look forward to that so it’s time to deliver so let’s see if we can start climbing the table.”
Gary Bowyer: "There has been a calm mood around the training ground and everyone has been relaxed and focussed on the task ahead.
"But we are still well-aware of the challenge Walsall will provide. They are rebuilding with a new manager and have recruited well, with a lot of new players.
"We know what kind of test we are going to be faced with and are expecting another very tough game."
PLAYED FOR BOTH
Walsall midfielder Gary Liddle had a spell at Valley Parade between 2014 and 2016.
Bradford have three former Saddlers in their ranks in keeper Richard O’Donnell, Zeli Ismail and Aramide Oteh.
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