Omar Daley is expected to return to Bradford's squad for their Carling Cup clash against Nottingham Forest.
Jamaica international Daley was sent off at Chesterfield towards the end of last season and sat out the last of a three-game ban in the opening-day defeat at Shrewsbury.Watch Bradford City v Nottingham Forest Soccer Live stream, Online scores, 10/8
Manager Peter Taylor has no new injury or suspension problems, but could rest several players with Saturday's home league clash with Stevenage in mind.
Summer arrivals Tommy Doherty and teenage striker Louis Moult, on a six-month loan deal from Stoke, both started on the bench on Saturday and could start against Forest.Watch Bradford City v Nottingham Forest Soccer Live stream, Online scores, 10/8
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Kelvin Wilson is an injury doubt for Forest.
The defender was forced off at half-time with an ankle problem as the Reds began their Championship campaign with a 1-0 defeat at Burnley on Saturday.
Luke Chambers replaced Wilson at Turf Moor and he is on standby to start against the League Two club, who Forest beat at the City Ground at this stage of the competition last season.
Boss Billy Davies will be forced to make changes as a handful of players are away on international duty.
Chris Gunter and Robert Earnshaw are with Wales, Radi Majewski with Poland and new loan signing Ryan Bertrand with the England Under-21 squad.
Paul Anderson, Lewis McGugan, Garath McCleary and Dele Adebola could find themselves in the starting line-up after having to settle for the bench at Burnley.