Northampton boss Aidy Boothroyd knows his side must improve their away form if they are to get past Bradford in the FA Cup.
A second-half equaliser from Louis Moult earned the Cobblers a 1-1 draw with the Bantams in their FA Cup first-round tie at Sixfields. Will Atkinson gave Capital One Cup giantkillers City the lead at the break but Moult cancelled that out with his second goal in as many games.
"I'm glad we're still in the FA Cup, it's important for the club, but obviously I'd rather have got through at the first attempt," said the Cobblers boss.
"We live to fight another day but our away form hasn't been very good so we'll have to improve on that. We've got a lot of good things going for us but it's not quite happening for us at the moment. It was a fair result and a game of two halves, we were poor in the first half and we didn't do anything to get our supporters going.
"I changed the formation because in the first half we were playing at the back and not from the back. We didn't play through the midfield or get down the flanks and pose enough of a theat.
"We were much more incisive in the second half and worked hard to try and score rather just trying to keep the ball. We got balls into the box and had a few chances but Matt Duke was in inspired form, just like he was when he was on loan here!"