Wycombe visit the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday evening as Pep Guardiola's side begin the hunt for a fifth-successive triumph in the competition.
Our 1-0 victory over Tottenham at Wembley in April secured our sixth success in eight years, which saw us draw level with Liverpool for the most wins in the competition’s history.
It also further extended our remarkable record in the competition.
We’ve won 22 out of 23 games in the competition since September 2017, albeit four of them on penalties after those matches finished in a draw, the only setback being a 1-0 loss to United in last season’s semi-final second leg.
Can we continue this incredible sequence of results?
RESULTS SINCE LAST KO IN 2016:
Third Round: West Brom 1-2 City
Fourth Round: City 0-0 Wolves (won 4-1 on pens)
Quarter-final: Leicester 1-1 City (won 3-4 on pens)
Semi-final first leg: City 2-1 Bristol City
Semi-final second leg: Bristol City 2-3 City
Final: Arsenal 0-3 City
Third Round: Oxford 0-3 City
Fourth Round: City 2-0 Fulham
Quarter-final: Leicester 1-1 City (won 1-3 on pens)
Semi-final first leg: City 9-0 Burton Albion
Semi-final second leg: Burton Albion 0-1 City
Final: Chelsea 0-0 City (won 3-4 on pens)
Third Round: Preston 0-3 City
Fourth Round: City 3-1 Southampton
Fifth Round: Oxford 1-3 City
Semi-final first leg: Man United 1-3 City
Semi-final second leg: City 0-1 United
Final: City 2-1 Aston Villa
Third Round: City 2-1 Bournemouth
Fourth Round: Burnley 0-3 City
Fifth Round: Arsenal 1-4 City
Semi-final: Man United 0-2 City
Final: City 1-0 Tottenham