Bradford (Park Avenue) manager Mark Bower believes tomorrow’s home game with Gloucester City is their most important of the season “by a million miles” and he said they will require miracles to survive if they do come away with nothing.

Avenue sit rock-bottom of the Vanarama National League North, a whole 12 points off safety. Gloucester are that team who are a dozen points ahead, but they are on an awful run, losing eight of their last nine games.

Bower did nothing to downplay the significance of the match, saying: “We’ve got to win the game, that’s our only thought going into it.

“We’re at the point now where we’ve got be winning games to stand any chance of staying up. If we lose this one, you’re going to need miracles.

“Everyone’s focused on winning but we’re really looking forward to it, as everyone believes we’re better than our results show.”

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