Bradford will be aiming to maintain their impressive away record when they take on Salford in the Stobart Super League on Friday night.
The Bulls have won five of their six league games on their travels this season but were beaten 38-18 at home by the Reds in March.
"That's been spoken about this week," said Bradford coach Mick Potter.
"It's not so much revenge but about performing at our best and I don't think we made the best account of ourselves the last time.
"They're a team looking to climb the ladder. They're a bit better than where they sit on the table."
Salford have slipped out of the play-off places on the back of five consecutive defeats and need to complete the double to keep in touch with the eighth-placed Bulls.
While the Reds are still without impressive newcomer Shannon McPherson through injury, Potter is able to field an unchanged team for the first time this year.
"It certainly gives us some stability," he said. "It also sends a message out to a couple of players who are fit again that there is no easy route back into the team."