Man City and Burton are chalk and cheese, says Brewers chairman

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Burton welcome City to their home ground for the second leg at the end of the month, and their manager Nigel Clough admitted he wanted his players to forget about the result.

Other sides may have slacked off in the second period, but with competition for places so fierce among Guardiola's side, the hosts were ruthless to match the Catalan's biggest ever win as a coach.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is delighted to be "in the final" of Carabao Cup.

'We played very well and with respect, that's important.

'A feeling of we can't wait for Gillingham on Saturday, ' said Clough when asked how he felt about the game. "When they are on their own patch, as you saw against Liverpool (City won 2-1), they're as good and as confident as anything".

Burton did not seem to know what had hit them and this was evident when Marcus Harness was robbed of possession by a fired-up Jesus.

Mohamed Elneny's Arsenal have been drawn against Manchester United in the fourth round of the FA Cup while Hegazi's West Bromwich travel to Brighton.

"To reach the League Cup semi-final, in some ways the job is done".

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Benjamin Mendy and Claudio Bravo remain the only men on the sidelines for the Premier League champions.

"We expected that level of quality from the players they had out there". "That's why we had several thousands supporters here celebrating the fact we'll probably never be here again".

However, Tottenham legend Lineker has been impressed with their ability to remain within touching distance of Liverpool FC and Manchester City this term - after they returned to winning ways in the Premier League with a 3-0 win at Cardiff City last week.

Everton face a tricky test at Championship side Millwall, while Barnet, the only non-league team in the last 32, were drawn at home to second-tier Brentford.

"We didn't expect anything less with the gulf between the two teams, we thought it could have been more", he said.

Ahead of the first leg of the tie on Wednesday night, Clough spoke to the media, and made comparisons between the respective draws against the Manchester clubs.

"Of course we are already in the final".

"We want to become a top club and you can not deny any game, we can not drop any competition".