Danny Brough is set to make his return for Bradford at the weekend as the Bulls attempt to triumph over play-off rivals York City Knights.
The veteran halfback hasn’t played in Bradford’s last eight games due to a suffering torn bicep in the 31-12 win over Newcastle Thunder at the start of June.
However, head coach John Kear has confirmed that Brough will take part in tomorrow’s captain run ahead of being in serious contention to run out for the Bulls on Sunday afternoon.
The former Hull FC and Wakefield halfback made the switch to the Bulls at the end of the 2020 season after 16 years in the Super League and with over 400 appearances later.
The move to Odsal saw Brough reunite with Kear, following spells under the Challenge Cup-winning coach at both Trinity and Hull FC.
Brough signed a two-year deal, but has spent the vast majority of 2021 on the sidelines as Bradford attempt to earn promotion back to the top flight.