BRADFORD Town are looking to take their flying form into Saturday’s game against Toolstation Premier Division table-toppers Street.

Town made a resounding fightback against Cribbs on Saturday, putting four past the visitors after trailing 1-0 at half time.

The second-half heroics included three goals in the space of 10 minutes, with two for Karim Rendall and substitute Sam Jordan marking his cameo with the final strike.

Dan Cottle began the fightback by scoring the equaliser shortly after the break, with Cribbs’ downfall helped by two of their men receiving red cards.

Town’s turnaround means they are unbeaten in 12 games so far this season and are third in the table.

Manager Danny Greaves said: “We expected a tough game and that’s entirely how it proved.

“We lost to them last year at our place and we have been to watch them a few times so we know they’re a good side doing well in the league with a good manager.

“We were one-nil down at half time and slightly disappointed with how we coped with their possession and how we pressed.

“We managed to sort a few things out at half time and the second half was slightly different.

“We stopped them playing and got the equaliser quite quickly. From there it was only a matter of time before we got the second.

“When they had two men sent off about half way through the second half the game opened up and it meant they weren’t as dangerous on the break.

“We got three goals towards the end which made it more flattering than it was, though from my point of view when it was eleven versus eleven it was only a matter of time before we broke them down.”

Town now head to Street on Saturday just a point behind the league leaders and with a game in hand.

Greaves said: “They beat us comfortably twice last year but we are playing well and scoring goals.”

Bradford have been drawn away to league rivals Buckland Athletic in the second round of the FA Vase on November 11.