The draw for the semi-finals of the 2013/14 Capital One Cup has been announced, and it sets up the prospect of being an all-Manchester final if both City and United can win their respective semi-final matches.
In the semi-final of the Capital One Cup, the draw is as follows:
Sunderland vs Manchester United, and
Manchester City vs West Ham United.
The matches will be played over two legs (first legs will commence the week of January 6, while second legs will be played the week of January 20). The winning teams will then play in the Capital One Cup, scheduled to be played at Wembley Stadium on March 2.
Sunderland beat Chelsea to reach the semi-final, while Manchester United beat Stoke City. In the other semi-final, Manchester City beat Leicester in the quarter-final, while West Ham United defeated Spurs in their quarter-final, to reach the semi-final.
Could we see an all-Manchester final, or will Sunderland or West Ham United cause a massive upset in the tournament?
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