Phil Parkinson is hoping Bradford trio Ricky Ravenhill, Rob Kozluk and Luke Oliver will be fit for Saturday's game with Burton.
Midfielder Ravenhill, on loan from Notts County, twisted his ankle in the warm-up ahead of the 2-2 home draw with Morecambe at the weekend, but went on to play the full 90 minutes and scored his first goal for the club.
Centre-half Oliver and former Sheffield United and Barnsley defender Kozluk, on his debut, were both forced off in the second half.
Parkinson told the club's official website: "Rob Kozluk is 50-50 for the weekend. He's got a bit of tightness in his calf. It just looks like he's had a bit of a spasm in the muscle though.
"We'll have to see how Ricky Ravenhill is later in the week, but we hope he can get back into full training by Thursday. He isn't in too much pain with the ankle, but it's a bit swollen.
"Luke Oliver will have a scan on his hamstring on Wednesday and we should obviously have a better idea on his situation then. At the moment though his injury doesn't seem too serious."