Holders Manchester City face Tottenham in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday bidding for a fourth-successive triumph in the competition and a sixth in eight years.
Here, the PA news agency takes a look at their route to Wembley.
Third round, September 24: Won 2-1 v Bournemouth, Etihad Stadium
Liam Delap marked his senior debut with a goal as a youthful City edged out the Championship side in what was only their second outing of the season. The 17-year-old, who was one of five teenagers to start, netted early with a ferocious left-footed strike but City needed a Phil Foden winner to prevail after being pegged back by Sam Surridge.
Fourth round, September 30: Won 3-0 v Burnley, Turf Moor
City, who have won their last four home matches against the Clarets 5-0, dished out more damage away. Raheem Sterling struck twice in an impressive display in which he also forced a handful of good saves from Bailey Peacock-Farrell. Ferran Torres wrapped up the win with his first goal for the club.
Quarter-final, December 22: Won 4-1 v Arsenal, Emirates Stadium
Pep Guardiola’s men were ruthless as they took advantage of the poor form Arsenal were in at the time. Alexandre Lacazette did cancel out Gabriel Jesus’ third-minute opener but City upped the tempo in the second half with goals from Riyad Mahrez, Foden and Aymeric Laporte.
Semi-final, January 6: Won 2-0 v Manchester United, Old Trafford
Both sides had goals disallowed in the first half but City proved too strong after the break. John Stones made the breakthrough following a set-piece and captain Fernandinho secured their place at Wembley with a powerful long-range strike.