BRADFORD Bulls' play-off hopes are hanging by a thread after narrowly losing to Toronto, but John Kear is remaining defiant until the end.

To keep the promotion dream alive, the Odsal outfit must win away at Barrow this weekend.

It's a long old distance, but the Bulls will need all the support they can get.

If you’re making the journey to the north, we’ve got you covered with this away guide.

GROUND Venue: Craven Park Capacity: 6000 Address: Craven Park Ground, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, LA14 1XP Kick-Off: Tomorrow, 3pm TICKETS Tickets are priced as follows: £17 for adults, £12 for concessions and £5 for juniors.

There is coach travel available (setting off at 11am) to buy from the following website: There are 20 disabled seats available on a first come, first serve basis.

TRAVEL By train: Rejoice Bulls fans, you can begin your journey at Bradford Interchange for this one, with the ultimate end goal being Barrow-In-Furness Railway Station.

There's several options, but we're going with the journey that takes just under three hours, with just one change and sets off at 10:10am getting you into Barrow for 1:04pm.

You'll want to get on the Blackpool North Northern Rail service and after around an hour and a half (eight stops) get off at Preston.

From here, it's the Northern service to Barrow-In-Furness you'll want to get on.

That takes an hour and 17 minutes, getting off after nine stops.

The walk to the ground from there takes about 10 minutes.

Head out of the station and turn right onto Holker Street, then turning left onto Drake Street.

Follow this road and continue as it turns into Nelson Street, before following onto Willie Horne Way.

Finally left onto Clive Street and you'll see the ground.

A single ticket to Barrow-In-Furness on the train costs £40.20.

By car: There are several options for this one, but the one quoted as the quickest is the route via the M62, M6 and then onto the A590.

This one typically takes between two hours and two hours and 50 minutes depending on the traffic.

First, you'll want to get onto the M62 westbound via the M606.

Keep on there for 27.2 miles and continue as turns into the M60. Then at junction 15, take the M61 exit to M6 N/Preston/Wigan/Bolton.

Then keep left at the next fork to stay on the M61 and follow the signs for Preston.

After just over 20 miles, merge onto the M6, before keeping right to stay on the motorway after around 35 miles.

Then, at junction 36, take the A590 exit to Barrow/Kendal/A591/Kirkby Lonsdale/A65 and at the roundabout take the first exit onto the A590.

Follow this for 3.3 miles then use the left lane to take the A590 slip road to A6/Barrow/Milnthorpe and at the roundabout take the first exit onto the A590.

Then eventually you'll come to Meathop Roundabout where you'll take the second exit onto Lindale Bypass/A590.

Next, there's a succession of seven roundabouts on your journey. The first two you need to take the first exit, then the next four are all the second exit.

The final roundabout sees you take the third exit onto Park Road/A590 and you'll follow that road for 3.4 miles.

Turn left onto Clive Street and the ground will be on your right.

PARKING There is no parking at the ground, but street parking is available, as well as pay and display zones nearby.

Opposite the stadium there are also two retail parks with spots.

PUBS There are several options for travelling fans: The Furness Railway: A Wetherspoons so what's not to like? It's only a nine minute walk from the stadium and can be accessed from the railway station, if you make a slight detour.

Cunningham's: Even closer than the Wetherspoons at just a five minute walk and it has a 4.4 star rating from 56 reviews.

Owl & Pussycat: A nice looking drinking hole and near one of the retail parks if you fancy a spot of food. This is the closest of the bunch too - just four minutes from the stadium.