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Bradford City v Wycombe Wanderers: How to watch, TV channel, head-to-head stats & team news

Bradford City and Wycombe Wanderers will vie for a place at Wembley when they meet in the EFL Trophy semi-final at Valley Parade.

Graham Alexander's Bradford have been on a positive run of form in League Two - unbeaten in four matches - and will head into this tie against Wycombe with confidence of reaching the EFL Trophy final for the very first time.

A league above their EFL Trophy semi-final opponents, Matt Bloomfield's Wycombe will hope they have the extra quality needed to prevail over their hosts and book a place in April's Wembley final.

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How to watch Bradford City v Wycombe Wanderers and TV channel

The EFL Trophy semi-final between Bradford City and Wycombe Wanderers will be available to watch live on Sky Sports Main Event in the United Kingdom.

Bradford City v Wycombe Wanderers kick-off time and venue

Bradford City v Wycombe Wanderers in the EFL Trophy semi-final will kick off at 20:00 GMT at Valley Parade on Wednesday 21st February 2024.

Bradford City v Wycombe Wanderers stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Currently sat in 13th in England's fourth tier, Bradford City's home and away record is very similar in League Two this season, winning six in 16 matches in front of their own supporters with the same number of wins in 17 games on their travels.

Wycombe are 15th in League One, with Matt Bloomfield's side also experiencing similar fortunes both home and away - winning five in 16 matches at Adams Park whilst prevailing in four of 16 games on the road.

The last time Bradford City and Wycombe Wanderers met was in the first round of the FA Cup back in November, with League One Wycombe winning 2-1 away at Valley Parade courtesy of a goal from Killian Phillips and an own goal from Sam Stubbs.

Bradford City v Wycombe Wanderers head-to-head record (H2H)

Bradford wins6
Draws1
Wycombe wins9

Bradford City v Wycombe Wanderers team news

Bradford City team news

Jake Young and Harry Chapman are injury doubts for Bradford City after missing the Bantams' 1-0 win over Sutton United in League Two at the weekend.

Wycombe Wanderers team news

Wycombe Wanderers will be sweating over the fitness of Sam Vokes after the Welsh striker was ruled out of the Chairboys' 0-0 draw against Oxford United in League One at the weekend.

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