Bradford City v Walsall, 23 April 2016

Score4-0 to Bradford City
RefereeDarren Drysdale
CompetitionLeague One
VenueCoral Windows Stadium
Attendance19,336
Kick-off was delayed by five minutes to 3.05pm due to a problem with the netting in one of the goals.

Goals:

Filipe Morais 54 G
James Hanson 58 G
James Hanson 72 G
James Hanson 73 G

Goals:

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Ben Williams
Defender/Right back Tony McMahon
Defender Reece Burke
Defender Stephen Darby
Defender/Centre back Rory McArdle
Defender/Left back James Meredith
Midfielder Josh Cullen
Midfielder Lee Evans
Midfielder Kyel Reid
Midfielder/Forward Filipe Morais
Forward James Hanson

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Neil Etheridge
Defender Paul Downing
Defender Rico Henry
Defender James O'Connor
Defender Andy Taylor
Defender/Midfielder Adam Chambers
Midfielder Anthony Forde
Midfielder Liam Kinsella
Midfielder Sam Mantom
Midfielder/Forward Romaine Sawyers
Forward Jordy Hiwula

Substitutions:

Jamie Proctor for Filipe Morais 78
Nathan Clarke for Reece Burke 83
Billy Clarke for James Hanson 87

Substitutions:

Tom Bradshaw for Rico Henry 59
Kieron Morris for Sam Mantom 70
Jordan Cook for Jordy Hiwula 82

Cards:

Reece Burke 31 Y
Jamie Proctor 90 Y

Cards:

Andy Taylor 53 Y
Paul Downing 90 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Joe Cracknell
Defender Nathan Clarke
Defender Tom Thorpe
Defender/Midfielder Josh Morris
Midfielder Paul Anderson
Forward Billy Clarke
Forward Jamie Proctor

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Craig MacGillivray
Defender Matt Preston
Midfielder Kieron Morris
Midfielder Jordan Sangha
Forward Tom Bradshaw
Forward Jordan Cook

Comments:

League position: 5th Bradford City scored more than two goals in a home game for the first time in this League One season. James Hanson scored three goals in 15 second-half minutes to complete his first ever senior hat-trick. The Bantams had now won six consecutive home league games for the first time since 1996.

Comments:

League position: 4th Play-off rivals Walsall suffered their heaviest defeat of the 2015-16 season