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"Boos echo around the Stadium of Light for referee Anthony Taylor and with good reason if TV replays are anything to go by.
"Giaccherini and Dossena have been giving Azpilicueta a headache at left-back and the Spaniard appears to raise his arm to block Dossena’s cross inside the area.
"On further inspection, it does look as if the ball strikes the defenders arm but referee Taylor only awards the host a corner."
To another ex-Liverpool defender now. Harry Slavin once more:
"A second booking of the evening and it's a pretty needless one for Sunderland's Andrea Dossena. Willian plays the ball infield and it's a good few seconds before the Italian defender swoops in to trip up the Chelsea midfielder. Kevin de Bruyne may fancy having a go or two down the right flank now."
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"They don’t come much more blatant than that. David Luiz is the first player in the book this evening as he cynically body-checks Emanuele Giacherrini when the Italian knocks the ball past him.
"The Italian would have been through on goal there too - and the Brazilian knew it."
"Man City have the lead but they're all too casual with the ball at the moment. Aleksandar Kolarov, James Milner and Edin Dzeko have all given it away so easily, and Dedryck Boyata looks a bag of nerves. Leicester should take heart but Manuel Pellegrini will want his side to tighten up sharpish."
"Andre Schurrle has seen a lot of the ball this evening and seems on a mission to reproduce the same kind of performance that his team-mate Eden Hazard did here two weeks ago.
"He picks up the ball here on the edge of the area and turns Wes Brown inside out before firing a dangerous ball right across the face of Vito Mannone’s goal. A warning shot from the boys in blue."
"That is a stunning strike from Aleksandar Kolarov! The full-back - who also scored against Bayern Munich last week - steps up to a free kick from at least 30 yards, and whips a ferocious effort into Kasper Schmeichel's top right-hand corner. The Foxes stopper got a hand to it but there was so much power on the ball it was unstoppable. What a goal."
Tom Doyle reports:
"Chance for Jack Rodwell! The England youngster is put through on goal after a lovely reverse pass from Edin Dzeko but Kasper Schmeichel does superbly to spread himself and block the close-range finish wide. Top goalkeeping."
"First sight of goal for either side at the Stadium of Light and it’s for the visitors. Willian is given all kinds of space in the middle of the park and places a searching ball for Andre Schurrle on the left. The German cuts inside and lets fly with hid right boot but Vito Mannone is down easily enough to get behind the effort."
But over to Tom Doyle now:
"David Silva gets down the left wing and screws the ball back to Edin Dzeko, who sees his low shot deflected wide for a corner. It's been a frenetic start at the King Power."
"The crowds are still dribbling into the Stadium of Light as the teams come out. It is bitterly cold on Wearside, with the weather and the prospect of being able to watch the game on TV keeping a few punters away. We’re about to find who made the better decision."
"The sides are out at thew King Power - there's all manner of flag waving going on around the place - and it looks like it's a sell-out as Nigel Pearson wanted. Handshakes all round and we're almost ready to go."
Tom Doyle will something a little bit different now:
"X Factor winner Sam Bailey is at the King power tonight, presumably to belt out a few tracks for the Foxes faithful. There's a tired cliche in there somewhere about whether Leicester will have the 'X Factor' against Man City tonight... but I'm not going to make it."
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But back to the cup and here's Harry Slavin:
"Not long to go until we are underway in the North East and it’s no secret to anyone that the hosts are facing a mammoth task in their quest to reach the semi final.
"The Black Cats are rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table as they prepare for their first League Cup quarter-final since they lost to Crystal Palace back in 2000.
"Chelsea’s Capital One Cup pedigree, meanwhile, couldn’t be any more of a contrast. Excluding penalty shoot-outs, the Blues have never lost a single game in the competition under the guidance of Jose Mourinho."
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Tom Doyle again...
"According to Manchester City's Twitter account, Manuel Pellegrini has declined to name a seventh substitute on the bench tonight. Injuries? A late illness in the camp? A sneaky way of saying the squad needs investment? Who knows."
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Over to Tom Doyle now!
"We're 25 minutes away from kick-off now, and with any luck there should be goals ahead. Leicester have scored 13 in the competition so far this season - more than any other side - and Manchester City are - well, they're Manchester City."