A QUARTET of Bulls have been cleared to play this weekend as Bradford return to Tetley's Challenge Cup action (kick-off 3.00pm).
Francis Cummins' men take on Catalan Dragons this coming Sunday, with a place in the competition's quarter-finals up for grabs.
And the Bradford head coach has been handed good news from his medical team, who have passed skipper Matt Diskin, front-rower Adam Sidlow and three-quarters Luke George and Jamie Foster fit.
Diskin has missed the last two games with an ankle problem, while Sidlow suffered a back injury during last week's loss to Leeds Rhinos.
Foster has overcome illness and George is back in contention after shaking off a hamstring injury.
Boss Cummins will on Friday name his 19-man squad for the knock-out clash and all four are in-line to feature.
Tickets for the tie are still available at the reduced price of £15 (adults), £10 (concessions) and £5 (juniors).
However, admission prices are set to rise on the day of the game – by £5 – so supporters are advised to buy NOW and SAVE!
All tickets are for the Provident Stand and can be purchased TODAY, by calling our hotline on 08448 711 490.
Meanwhile, loose forward James Donaldson looks set to return for the First Utility Super League Sunday May 4 visit of Warrington Wolves, while centre Matty Blythe and second-rower Dale Ferguson remain sidelined.