Michael Platt scored twice as the Bulls again put the uncertainty surrounding the club to one side with an emphatic Super League victory at bottom club Widnes.

Platt touched down in both halves as Mick Potter's men ran in seven tries to outclass the Vikings, much to the delight of the huge army of travelling supporters.

The Bulls fizzed with vibrancy throughout and led through Ben Jeffries' try before Platt added a second to put them 12-0 up after nine minutes.

Widnes replied through Rhys Hanbury but Craig Kopczak crashed over on the stroke of half-time to confirm Bradford's superiority in front of a crowd of 5,687.

The one-way traffic continued after the restart as Adrian Purtell went over and Platt grabbed his second try, before Manase Manuokafoa and Keith Lulia applied further scores.

The Bulls have now won four times on the road in Super League this season, underlining their potential to make the play-offs at the end of the year.