BRADFORD BULLS travel to the Select Security Stadium tomorrow, seeking their third First Utility Super League victory of the season (kick-off 3.00pm).
Hosts Widnes Vikings sit fourth in the table, having recorded four wins in five top-flight outings in 2014.
And Bulls head coach Francis Cummins looks set to re-shuffle his line-up, with forward Chev Walker returning to the fold.
Walker missed last weekend’s trip to Hull Kingston Rovers through suspension but Bradford will be without the injured trio of Jamie Foster, Adam Sidlow and skipper Matt Diskin.
As a result, hooker Adam O’Brien is in-line to make his first Super League start, with rising stars Alex Mellor and Nathan Conroy making up the Bulls' 19-man squad.
The Vikings, meanwhile, are to welcome back second-rower Hep Cahill, who has missed the last four matches with a neck injury.
Prop Paul Clough returns for what will be the 200th appearance of his career.
And winger Jack Owens is also back in the mix after sitting out the Vikings' previous game.
Admission for the round-seven contest will be available on the gate tomorrow, with West Stand tickets priced at £23 (adults), £16 (concessions) and £13 (juniors).
Those booked to travel to Widnes by coach are advised to be at The Provident Stadium in good time for a 12.30pm departure.
For more information, or to enquire about disabled access for the tie, call the Vikings ticket office on 0151 495 2250.
PLEASE NOTE: Further details will appear in tomorrow’s Gameday Guide.