Wycombe Wanderers will play Manchester City in the next round of the Carabao Cup.

The Chairboys progressed to the third round of the competition after they drew 2-2 away at Stevenage on Tuesday night, before defeating the Hertfordshire side 5-3 on penalties.

Tjay De Barr, who made his debut in the fixture against the Boro, scored the equaliser for Wanderers in the 94th minute to send the match to spot-kicks, with the Gibraltar international bagging the winning penalty to send Gareth Ainsworth’s men through.

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It is only the third time that Wycombe have got to this stage of the League Cup, with the other two occasions happening in the 2006/07 season, where they lost to Chelsea in the semi-finals, and in 2018/19, before falling at home to Norwich City, who were then a Championship side.

A tie against the reigning Premier League champions and holders of the Carabao Cup will be a huge moment for the Chairboys, as they aim to ruin the Sky Blues' fantastic run in this competition. 

Manchester City have won the cup four times in the last four seasons, and are aiming to be the first side to win the competition five times in a row.

The two sides have met each other four times in all competitions, with Wycombe winning twice, City once, and with there being one draw.

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This will be the third fixture between the two sides in the League Cup, and the first since the 1995/96 season, when Wanderers drew 0-0 with the Citizens at Adams Park, before losing 4-0 at Maine Road in the second leg.

The tie will be played the week commencing September 20.