Liverpool v Manchester City | The Road To Wembley

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Carling Cup Third Round

Manchester City 2-0 Birmingham

Owen Hargreaves enjoyed a perfect debut for City after joining in the summer, scoring the opening goal before Mario Balotelli sealed a comfortable win.

Brighton 1-2 Liverpool

Liverpool had a much tougher task at Brighton, but Kenny Dalglish's side were worthy winners thanks to goals from Craig Bellamy and Dirk Kuyt.

Carling Cup Fourth Round

Wolves 2-5 Manchester City

Wolves took a shock lead against Roberto Mancini's in the fourth round, but City recovered, hammering five past the home side to reach the last eight.

Stoke 1-2 Liverpool

Liverpool also came from behind, with Luis Suarez making light work of Stoke - inspiring the Reds to victory with a sensational individual performance.

Carling Cup Quarter-Final

Arsenal 0-1 Manchester City

Manchester City reaches the semi-finals after a late Sergio Aguero strike earned a win against a spirited Arsenal side at the Emirates Stadium.

Chelsea 0-2 Liverpool

Liverpool fully deserved their place in the last four after beating Chelsea with ease at Stamford Bridge. Martin Kelly and Maxi Rodriguez grabbed the goals.

Carling Cup Semi-Final, First Leg

Manchester City 0-1 Liverpool

The first leg of the semi-final saw Liverpool pull off a surprise win at City, with Steven Gerrard slamming home a penalty to secure victory.

With Liverpool just 1 goal ahead going into this evening's match, a place in the final against Cardiff is there for the taking.

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