As Bradford City bid to clinch a place in the Premiership, boss Paul Jewell has warned his players: "We've won nothing yet."

The Bantams entertain Oxford tomorrow knowing that a victory would pile all the pressure on main rivals Ipswich when they travel to Birmingham on Sunday.

And if City win and Town lose at St Andrews, the Bantams' will be back in the top flight after a 77-year wait.

Jewell is refusing to be swept away on the wave of optimism which has engulfed the city over the past seven days.

The City boss said: "There are a lot of could bes and a few maybes so it is best to ignore them all. We can only concentrate on our job and that involves beating Oxford.

"The pressure is on us because we have to get the three points. A lot of people talk about Ipswich, but it doesn't matter how they do on Sunday. We can't do anything about it.

"The thing that worries me is that most people seem certain that we will walk all over Oxford because they are near the bottom. Crewe proved that isn't always the case by beating Ipswich last week. That should serve as a warning for us.

"The most surprising thing for me is that after 44 games, people have just started talking about us as promotion candidates. I have been called a few things and so have the players. All we need to do now is keep proving people wrong for the last two games."

City have a major doubt over Ashley Westwood. He injured a calf in the 3-1 victory at QPR.

That could mean a return to first team duty of Darren Moore while Jamie Lawrence is available after recovering from flu and Robbie Blake has recovered from a stomach upset.

Meanwhile, City will have a small number of tickets available from 9am tomorrow after Oxford returned part of their allocation. Tickets are restricted to two per person.

City (from): Walsh, Prudhoe, Wright, Lawrence, Jacobs, Moore, Westwood, Dreyer, O'Brien, Sharpe, McCall, Whalley, Beagrie, Mills, Blake, Watson, Rankin, Windass.

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