BRADFORD City have learnt their FA Youth Cup fate, following the first round draw of the competition yesterday.

City will travel to Sunderland, in which will be seen as a mouth watering tie.

In last year's competition, City’s under-18s bowed out of the FA Youth Cup at the second-round stage - with a 3-1 defeat at Carlisle United.

First-half goals from Sam Fishburn and Adam Walton - followed by a second-half Lewis Bell penalty - proved enough to see off the young Bantams at Brunton Park.

Elsewhere, Guiseley Academy have been rewarded with a home draw in the FA Youth Cup first round.

Following the 3-2 win over Ossett United at Nethermoor on Thursday evening, the Young Lions will now face Rochdale at Nethermoor.

A date and ticketing details for the fixture are to be confirmed but the visit of the EFL League Two’s youth side must take place before 6th November.

On the night, Dave Currie's young charges had the edge over a visiting side that battled all the way in front of a crowd of 301 who thoroughly enjoyed an encounter that was a great advert for youth football.

Bolstered by the return of striker Josh Stones, who missed the league win over Stockport County through injury, the Young Lions set off at a good rate with Stones playing in the ever busy Harry Glover who then saw his shot blocked.

It was Guiseley who made up for their profligacy in front of goal when Hebda opened the scoring in the 14th minute with a great turn and shot into the far corner.

Oli Reape put in an excellent curling cross that saw a defender just head the ball away before Stones got contact. Stones then had an effort blocked and also got his head to a corner but the referee blew for off-side.

Guiseley were building momentum and It was that man Stones ,who following great inter-play with Glover made it 2-0 to Guiseley in the 41st minute.

The joy was short-lived as Ossett raced up the other end to pull an goal back just a minute later, Haigh's deflected shot looping over Brackenbury into the net..