STUART McCall is eyeing a City double over Plymouth in the next three weeks.

The Bantams were handed another FA Cup home tie against Argyle in last night’s second-round draw.

Derek Adams’ side are already scheduled to head to Valley Parade next weekend for a League One clash.

McCall said: “We’re pleased to get a home draw, that’s all you can ask for.

“But we know it won’t be easy against another League One side. Saturday will be a good dress rehearsal.”

Meanwhile, Guiseley boss Paul Cox could be in line for a return to former club Mansfield next month.

The Lions will travel to the League Two side – if they can get past Accrington in next Tuesday’s replay at the Wham Stadium.

Cox guided Mansfield to the third round as a non-League team in 2013 and gave Liverpool a mighty scare.

Guiseley skipper Ash Hunter has already felt the impact Cox has made since he took charge.

Hunter said: “Since the gaffer has come in, he has made everything really simplistic and the lads are buying into it. We are going in the right direction.

“Everyone is working hard and getting on with it and we are gelling and coming together. We have been putting pressure on a lot of teams in the past few weeks and it has been working for us, so we don’t really need to change anything.

“We need to keep doing what we are doing, which is playing with a high tempo and keeping positive and hopefully reaping the rewards.”

The second round takes place over the weekend of December 1-4.