Watch Bradford V Arsenal Live Stream Online Free HD Video On Sopcast, Bradford V Arsenal Live Streaming HD Video Internet TV, Bradford V Arsenal Live Soccer TV Channels Online Bradford boss Phil Parkinson must decide whether to stick with the team that beat Torquay at the weekend.
Zavon Hines (ankle) and Kyel Reid (groin) are both close to returning but the tie might come too soon for them.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is likely to make changes to the team that beat West Brom at the weekend, but has promised to field an experienced side.
However, he will leave out Bacary Sagna after the defender faced the Baggies with an ankle injury.
This quarter-final tie brings together two sides from opposite ends of the footballing spectrum, who will have sharply contrasting views of their seasons so far.
Bradford City's campaign - an expulsion from the FA Cup aside - has been full of pleasant surprises. The main surprise at Arsenal has been their lukewarm performance in the Premier League. A top-four finish is no longer a given for Arsene Wenger's side and the manager's position at the club is coming under increasing scrutiny.
Opposite number Phil Parkinson has engineered a revival at the Bantams, who are mounting a serious promotion push after two seasons when relegation from the Football League was a genuine prospect.
Continued participation in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy and their progress to the last eight of the League Cup paint a picture of a Bradford team on the up. Their status as underdogs guarantees they have nothing to lose and everything to gain from a clash with the Gunners. It is a challenge Parkinson is relishing: "We have to use the passion of our crowd on the night.
"It'll be a great occasion to have a full house and we have to make sure we have a performance full of commitment and desire.
"We've got the utmost respect for them as a club and we know it'll be a difficult game, but it's one we have to enjoy."
Wenger has traditionally used the League Cup to blood youngsters and offer fringe players their chance.
However, he will need to strike a delicate balance at Valley Parade. An upset at Bradford would cause more unrest among those in north London questioning whether Wenger's tenure has run its course after seven years without silverware,.
"We will put a team out with experienced players who have quality and who have a chance to win the game," said Wenger.