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City travel to Sunderland in Capital One Cup third round

City will play Sunderland in the Capital One Cup third round in a re-run of the 2014 final.

The Blues will travel to the Stadium of Light for a place in the last 16 after the Black Cats saw off the challenge of Exeter City 6-3.

City ended a 38-year wait to win the League Cup in 2014 against the same opposition and this competition represents the quickest route to silverware with the final pencilled in for 28 February next year

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The Capital One Cup was also the first success for Manuel Pellegrini in English football and it won’t be lost on the manager that his team then went on to win the title just a few months later.

The third round ties will be played the week commencing 21 September and the date and ticket details will be announced in due course.

The full draw is:

Fulham v Stoke

Sunderland v City

Newcastle v Sheffield Wednesday

Reading v Barnsley or Everton

Preston v Bournemouth

Walsall v Chelsea

MK Dons v Southampton

Middlesbrough v Wolves

Norwich v West Brom

Hull v Swansea

Leicester v West Ham

Aston Villa v Birmingham

Tottenham v Arsenal

Manchester United v Ipswich

Liverpool v Carlisle

Crystal Palace v Charlton



Support the team as they aim to continue the 100% start to the season at our next home match in the Premier League against Watford on Saturday 29th August at 3pm. Make sure you don’t miss out on another memorable game at the newly-expanded Etihad Stadium and buy your tickets now or enjoy the game in the new 93:20 bar from £75.

Hospitality is also available – Experience the new Legends suite from £150 + VAT and enjoy a matchday like a Legend. To book, call our hospitality team on +44 161 444 1894    (option 1, option 2) or email hospitality@mcfc.co.uk


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