Everything you need to know ahead of City's Carabao Cup clash with Burton Albion...

When and where

Burton Albion travel to the Etihad for the semi-final first leg of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday 9 January, kick-off at 7.45pm GMT.

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Team news

City

Pep Guardiola confirmed he has no new injury concerns with all bar long-term absentee  fit and ready for selection.

Guardiola also revealed Benjamin Mendy is back in training and could be available in a fortnight, following November's knee surgery.

Burton Albion

Nigel Clough will assess midfielder Stephen Quinn and defender John Brayford in training. Kyle McFadzean (abdomen) and Marvin Sordell (knee) remain sidelined.

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Head-to-head

This will be the first meeting between the two sides.

Competition so far

City marched into the fourth round of the Carabao Cup with a comfortable 3-0 win over Oxford United as Gabriel Jesus put the Blues on their way with a header in the first half before late goals from Riyad Mahrez and Phil Foden capped off a polished display.

We then welcomed Fulham to the Etihad Stadium where young Spaniard Brahim Diaz scored his first competitive goals in our 2-0 victory to ensure our place in the quarter-final. 

The quarters saw Pep's side travel to the King Power Stadium to take on Leicester. The game finished 1-1 after 90 minutes but Aro Muric saved two in the shoot-out, before Oleksandr Zinchenko fired home the decisive spot kick to make it 3-1 and send City into the last four.

Pep's preview

“Winning is important, we cannot deny it.

“We are in the semi-finals, one step closer to going back to Wembley. We take it seriously.

“The Carabao Cup is a more local competition. Everybody is happy to win but no one is sad to go out but we are here and we are going to try.”

Match officials

Referee: Michael Dean
Assistant referees:
Ian Hussin and Darren Cann
VAR: Paul Tierney
Fourth official: Lee Mason
AVAR: Constantine Hatzidakis