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Manchester City take on Wolves in the Carabao Cup aiming for a 12th successive victory in all competitions

Manchester City are looking to make a rare opportunity count when they take on Wolves in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup.

After a seemingly endless run of Premier League teams away from home in cup competitions, the Blues have been paired up with Nuno Espirito Santo’s Championship side.

Pep Guardiola is expected to make a number of changes to his XI as he juggles City’s busy schedule but will have to guard against complacency with Wolves sitting pretty at the top of the second division.

Sergio Aguero needs one goal to break the all-time goalscoring record and victory tonight will set a new club record for the most successive wins, which currently stands at 11.

Kick-off is at 8pm at the Etihad and we’ll be here all evening with all the actions, reaction and analysis you need so stick with us on what could be a historic night.

 

Records to be broken

Man City could set a club record 12th consecutive win in all competitions with victory tonight. Oh and there’s the small matter of Sergio Aguero setting the City scoring record too. He needs one more goal to better Eric Brook’s tally of 177 for the club.

City match day!

It could be a historic night for the Blues.

Manchester City take on Wolves in the Carabao Cup aiming for a 12th successive victory in all competitions
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