Exeter were excellent in the first-round replay on November 16, with a brace from Matt Jay and an effort from Nigel Atangana seeing the home side record a 3-0 victory, which looked to have secured their spot in the second round of the competition against Cambridge United.
Matt Taylor’s side made the permitted five changes during the 90 minutes of the clash but then introduced Josh Key for Sam Nombe at the start of extra-time, with the sixth substitute breaking the rules.
As a result, the contest will be replayed on Tuesday night, and it would certainly be tough for Exeter to take if they were to lose this match, with Bradford being handed a huge lifeline in the FA Cup.
The home side will enter this game off the back of a 1-1 draw with Rochdale in League Two on Saturday, which has left them in third position in the table, seven points behind leaders Forest Green Rovers.
The Grecians famously reached the quarter-finals of the FA Cup in 1930-31 and 1980-81, while they have won two of their last four matches in the competition.
Bradford, meanwhile, will enter the match off the back of a 1-1 draw with Scunthorpe United in League Two on Saturday, which has left them down in 12th position in the table.
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Derek Adams’s side are on a four-game winless run in all competitions, although they have only lost one of their last eight matches, with five of those fixtures finishing level.
Bradford found it difficult in the first-round replay earlier this month but will now be looking to take full advantage of the lifeline that has been provided in incredible circumstances.
The Bantams have previous when it comes to the FA Cup, meanwhile, winning the competition back in 1911, with the club beating Newcastle United 1-0 in a replay after a goalless draw