Salford made it three games unbeaten under manager Karl Robinson with a 1-1 draw at Bradford.
The Ammies took the lead on 14 minutes with a well-struck finish from Ryan Watson. Junior Luamba accelerated through the Bradford defence and when his shot was parried by Sam Walker, Watson met the rebound first time from just outside the box.
But the home side needed only six minutes to level with another goal from a rebound. Alex Gilliead’s drive pinged against the inside of the post and defender Brad Halliday was following up to turn the loose ball into the empty net.
Salford’s 16-goal leading scorer Matt Smith headed wide from a good position as Robinson’s side looked to restore their lead.
On-loan Plymouth winger Tyreik Wright nearly had a goal to mark his return to Bradford but he dragged the shot wide after spinning onto Gilliead’s pass.
Substitute Harry Chapman was denied by Salford keeper Alex Cairns but Graham Alexander’s Bradford have now gone six games without a win.