Scott Wagstaff was on target as lowly Bristol City came from behind to secure a valuable point at Bradford.
James Hanson put the hosts ahead with less than a minute gone when he poked the ball past goalkeeper Elliot Parish following Gary Jones's corner.
The Robins equalised soon after through Wagstaff produced a well-struck volley after Jay Emmanuel-Thomas's flick.
Emmanuel-Thomas and Jones both hit the post in an open second period, but neither side could snatch a winner.
Despite the result, the visitors dropped to 23rd in the table, but four points clear of bottom side Stevenage, while Bradford are 12th, having now gone eight matches without victory.
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Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill told BBC Radio Bristol:
"I thought we played well again, it was entertaining.
"It's a tough place to come and get a result - their big crowd gets behind them and you don't get decisions that you're hoping to get as the away team.
"We were disappointed with the corner and disappointed with ourselves because we didn't contend it properly.
"It was a good response by us - I think we scored a fantastic goal. The pleasing thing is that it came from things we have been practising on the training ground."
Bradford City 01 McLaughlan 02 Darby 16 McHugh 18 Jones 22 Bates 23 McArdle 11 Thompson Booked 04 Ravenhill (Kennedy - 22' ) 27 McBurnie (Connell - 77' ) 09 Hanson 07 Reid (Yeates - 72' ) Substitutes 06 Oliver 08 Kennedy 12 Jameson 14 Yeates 15 Taylor 17 Connell 19 Graham Bristol City 13 Parish 11 Wagstaff Booked 17 Cunningham 03 Williams (Fontaine - 77' ) 05 Flint 35 Osborne 14 Reid (Barnett - 76' ) 25 Elliott 09 Baldock 10 Emmanuel-Thomas (Burns - 90' ) 21 Pack Substitutes 01 Fielding 02 Moloney 04 Fontaine 15 Bryan 23 Barnett 27 Burns 34 Gillett
Ref: Eddie Ilderton