Goals and Highlights: Bradford 0-4 Preston, 2019-20 Carabao
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Goals and Highlights: Bradford 0-4 Preston, 2019-20 Carabao Cup

Follow along for Bradford City vs Preston North End live stream online, TV channel, lineups preview and score updates of the 2019 Competition. Kick-off time: 19:45 BST/14:45 ET.

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Thank you to everyone that tuned in tonight to VAVEL's minute-by-minute coverage of Preston North End's 4-0 victory over Bradford City.
Preston have a home tie for the second round
The second round draw is coming up...
Full-time: Bradford 0-4 Preston
It's finished 4-0 to Preston here in West Yorkshire, a convincing and deserved win from the away side with two goals from Barkhuizen as well as a debut strike from Andre Green and a goal on his return from injury for Harrop.
90' There will be two minutes of added time at the end of this game.
88' Best chance of the game for Bradford. Patrick with a great run through the Preston defence before picking out Luca Colville who hits the ball just wide of Ripley's goal.
80' Final substitution for North End as Brad Potts is replaced by academy graduate Ethan Walker.
78' Chance for Brad Potts to get on the scoresheet. Alan Browne started the move before Harrop looked for Potts but he lost his footing as the Bradford defender made a great interception.
74' Two substitutions for the home side, Sean Scannell is replaced by Omari Patrick whilst Luca Colville is on for Danny Devine.
After nearly 11 months out...
73' Andre Green has come off for Preston, Ginelley is on for the away side.
72' GOAL!

Josh Harrop with an immediate impact! He picks up the ball for the first time and his deflected effort goes into the back of the net.


71' Jayden Stockley comes off for Preston and is replaced by Josh Harrop.
65' Ryan Ledson shoots from 35-yards out per requests from the Preston fans, his speculative effort flew well over the bar.
62' Anderson with a late tackle on Bayliss, it was certainly a cynical challenge but the referee has decided not to show him a yellow card.
59' Bayliss glides into the box before firing a shot inches over the bar, it was almost a debut goal for the former Coventry man.
57' Brad Potts flicks a shot just wide of the post for the away side, they are well on top here.
Barkhuizen is on a hat-trick...
53' GOAL!

A mistake at the back from Bradford allows Tom Barkhuizen to intercept a sloppy pass and get his second of the game

47' CLOSE!


Connor Wood with a powerful effort from the edge of the box which hits the bar, Bradford almost equalising.

The second half is underway!
Half-time: Bradford 0-2 Preston
A debut goal from Andre Green followed by a Tom Barkhuizen strike have given the Championship side a deserved lead at the break.
45' We are now into one minute of added time at the end of the first period.
39' Bradford haven't really come into the game and have been unable to respond to going 2-0 down. The away side are showing their quality in terms of technical ability but also energy levels.
32' Andre Green looked for Jayden Stockley with a good cross from the left, but the Bradford goalkeeper came out from his line and gathered.
27' Browne's cross falls to Green after a header from Potts, although the strike from the Aston Villa loanee ,which was heading towards goal, hit his own teammate Jayden Stockley. 
19' GOAL!

Tom Barkhuizen gets the second goal of the game for the hosts, he was picked out brilliantly by Ryan Ledson before rolling the ball past Hornby.

16' Green with a corner for Preston, he finds Stockley but the striker got under the ball and headed over the bar.
A debut goal for Green
13' GOAL!

Clarke finds Andre Green with a ball from the far side and the debutant fires home.


11' Over ten minutes have been played here in West Yorkshire, Preston are having more of the ball but there hasn't been many clear cut chances.
5' First opportunity for the hosts, Anderson received the ball on the edge of the box but his deflected effort is comfortable for Connor Ripley.
4' Preston go forward with Potts, he looks for Stockley who found a good position in the box but O'Conner intercepts.
We're underway!
Five minutes to go...
The players have completed their warm-ups here at the Utilita Arena and there is just five minutes to go until kick-off. 
It's the first game for Preston's new goalkeeping coach
The likes of Aston Villa, Burnley, Everton, Leicester, Newcastle and Sheffield United will all enter the competition in the next round and are included in the northern section of the draw.
The draw for the next round of the Carabao Cup will be made after the game this evening
Doyle faces familiar opponents tonight
Striker Eoin Doyle starts for the hosts tonight against his former club.

He had a three year spell at Deepdale, signing permanently from Cardiff in 2016 after a loan spell in the North West the season before.

Although, the Irishman managed just five league goals in 39 appearances for the Lilywhites.

Alex Neil has made 11 changes from the side that beat Wigan on the weekend. 

With Paul Huntington and Darnell Fisher both not in the squad, Tom Clarke starts at central defence meaning midfielder Alan Browne starts at right-back for the Championship side.

New signing Tom Bayliss makes his debut for North End whilst loanee Andre Green starts his first game for the club.

Team news: Preston
There are debuts for both Sam Hornby and Tyler French, with Paudie O'Connor returning from injury to make the starting eleven for the hosts.

Eoin Doyle, Jermaine Anderson and Anthony O'Connor are the only players who started in the league on Saturday to keep their places. 

Team news: Bradford
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'It is probably one of the toughest draws we could have been handed': Bowyer on the difficulty of this cup tie for his team
Gary Bowyer is expecting a difficult game against Championship opposition but wants his players to seize the opportunity, he said:

"I will be making changes - a few forced and few who have been unlucky not to be starting from the beginning of the season. I have to give players the opportunity to break into the side.

It is probably one of the toughest draws we could have been handed. They have a very good squad and whichever starting 11 they name could still probably start in the Championship.

Alex was kind enough to invite me down to watch Preston train while I was without a club. He was very open and gave me a great insight into level of detail.

We have spoken a lot about the 2013 team and had meetings about it when I first arrived at the club. It is now up to our players to create their own history."


Neil looking to 'try and continue the momentum' from the weekend
Preston manager Alex Neil is expecting a tough cup game for his players, but is hopeful they can get the win and continue their momentum ahead of their next league fixture, he said:

“They have got guys who have mainly operated at Championship level for a lot of their career and have been really good players.

We know we can’t take it lightly; it will be a really tough game.

It’s a proper old-fashioned cup tie, going away from home and they will be up for it. We have to make sure that we go there with the right mentality and attitude, perform well and win the game.

We need to go there, perform well and make sure we try and continue the momentum from Saturday and take it into this game. Some of the lads who we will freshen it up with, have got a great opportunity to go and showcase what they can do."

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Preston: Predicted XI

                         Clarke, Hunington, Storey, Rafferty

                                            Bayliss, Ledson

                                  Barkhuizen, Potts, Green


Bradford: Predicted XI

                 Mellor, Richard-Everton, P. O’Conner, Henley

                                  Gibson, Devine, Palmer

                                 Vaughan, Doyle, Scannell

Preston North End team news
After picking up a hamstring injury at the end of Saturday's victory over Wigan, left-back Andrew Hughes will not play any part in this game.

Neither will summer signing David Nugent, whose calf injury is worse than it was initially deemed. He is yet to make his second debut for North End after rejoining the club a few weeks ago.

There is set to be wholesale changes from Alex Neil for this game, whilst Tom Bayliss could make his debut for the club.

Bradford City team news
Paudie O'Connor will be available for the hosts after making his return to Bowyer's 18-man squad against Grimsby on the weekend.

Although, young full-back Joe Riley will be unavailable after being ruled out for the season due to sustaining a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament.

Bradford know how to make it all the way in this competition
It was six years ago when Bradford faced Swansea City in the final of this competition at Wembley in 2013.

They surprised every one by beating the likes of Arsenal and Aston Villa over two legs to go all the way to the final, which they ultimately lost 5-0.

Every fan and player would love to repeat that cup run this season or at least do something similar to it, although they face a tough test against Championship opposition to even get past round one.

The Lilywhites will be hoping to build on previous win
After a disappointing defeat on the opening day to Millwall, Alex Neil's men responded perfectly by thrashing local rivals Wigan Athletic 3-0 at Deepdale on Saturday.

Preston will be hoping they can build momentum by progressing into the next round of the Carabao Cup before a tough trip to Wales to face Swansea City this weekend.

Gary Bowyer looking for his team to get their first win of the season
Bradford have had an average start to the new League Two campaign, picking up two points from the first two fixtures. 

They began with a 0-0 draw at home to Cambridge United, despite the away side being down to ten men for the last half hour.

In the second game of the season, they drew 1-1 away at Grimsby Town, so they will be looking to gain some confidence by scoring a first home goal and possibly causing an upset when they face Preston.

Kick-off time
The Bradford City vs Preston North End match will be played at the Utilita Arena, in Bradford, England. The kick-off is scheduled for 19:45 BST.
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