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But defender Nathan Baker (hamstring) has been ruled out, midfielder Ashley Westwood is cup-tied, while Villa manager Paul Lambert will make late fitness checks on goalkeeper Shay Given (hamstring) and midfielder Fabian Delph (ankle). “We need the fans to drive us through and you need your players to go and perform. It will be a terrific occasion for everyone.

"If we get through the confidence will break through. It will be great. The feeling around the club will be massive. Phil Parkinson made wholesale changes for last Tuesday’s Football League Trophy defeat against Crewe, and those rested for that fixture should return to the line-up for this Capital One Cup semi-final second leg. New signing Michael Nelson could feature in defence for Bradford, while recent addition Andy Gray is ineligible after appearing for Leeds earlier in the competition

Aston Villa need goals, so Brett Holman could return in a more attacking line-up than the one that featured at the Hawthorns on Saturday, with Gabriel Agbonlahor continuing to partner Christian Benteke up front. Fabian Delph (knock) is a doubt for Villa after going off injured against West Brom, with Barry Bannan waiting in the wings should the former Leeds midfielder fail to regain match fitness.

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Nahki Wells, Rory McArdle and Carl McHuh struck for the League Two side at Valley Parade, while Andreas Weimann grabbed Villa’s goal. Parkinson hailed the result and performance as an ‘outstanding achievement’, but he will be aware that the job is far from done as Bradford seek to become the first club from the bottom tier of the Football League to reach Wembley in a major cup final.