Andy Cook continued his prolific start to the season with both goals in Bradford’s 2-1 win at Tranmere.
The Bantams took the lead after just three minutes when Cook capitalized on some Rovers markings inside the six-yard box to convert Richie Smallwood’s corner.
Minutes later, they nearly scored a second from another combination, but Tranmere was saved when Matty Platt headed home Brad Halliday from a free kick that narrowly missed the post.
Tranmere improved a bit at half-time but could not check Bradford goalkeeper Harry Lewis from a series of crosses into the box.
But they were leveled from the first attempt on target in the 49th minute when Kane Hemmings hit a shot from 15 yards.
The Tranmere captain was suddenly in a better mood and, after hitting the crossbar, hit the post in another 20-yard effort.
Elliott Nevitt headed the wide open before Cook restored the lead to Bradford from a Matty Foulds cross to score his ninth goal of the campaign.