BRADFORD City enjoyed a gripping 3-2 victory over Grimsby Town last time out, setting them up nicely for an Easter double header against Crawley Town and Sutton United.

There were plenty of moments to cherish in that five-goal thriller, whether it be City's first comeback home win for 15 months, Alex Gilliead's first goal of the season, and perhaps a much-needed rebuilding of bridges with stadium landlord Gordon Gibb.

It tees the Bantams up for an away game tomorrow at traditional banana skins Crawley, who are battling hard to avoid relegation, and a home clash with play-off chasing Sutton on Monday, a side who are entering must-win territory.

We discuss that and more with the T&A's chief sports writer Simon Parker in Parker on Parade this week:

There is also chat about City's injury news, which seems largely positive, especially for the luckless Emmanuel Osadebe.

We also both hope that Jamie Walker can go on a typical goalscoring run at this crucial juncture of the season, following his equaliser against Grimsby.

And on Monday, watch out for a familiar face coming back to Valley Parade to try and haunt them.

We've seen it happen all too often before...