• Swansea host Middlesbrough for a place in the Capital One Cup semi-finals
  • Grant Leadbitter has a shot on goal but the sides go into the break level at 0-0
  • With nine minutes remaining a Seb Hines own goal gives Swansea the lead and they hold on for a 1-0 victory
  • It's only the third semi-final in top-flight cup competitions that Swansea have reached in their 100-year history
  • On Tuesday night, Bradford celebrate after taking a shock lead against Arsenal
  • Will Atkinson and Bacary Sagna battle for the ball
  • Arsene Wenger is understandably concerned
  • Steve Morison celebrates after giving Norwich an early lead in their tie against Aston Villa
  • But just a couple of minutes later, Brett Holman fires home a superb equaliser
  • The Australian has now scored two in his last three games
  • Villa's chances are hit when Darren Bent suffers an injury
  • Meanwhile in the night's only Premier League game, James McClean puts Sunderland ahead against Reading
  • Martin O'Neill is hoping for a victory to back up his claim that he is the right man for the Black Cats
  • Steven Fletcher doubles Sunderland's lead before the break
  • Stephane Sessegnon rounds the keeper to slot home Sunderland's third goal in stoppage time
  • Andreas Weimann scores Aston Villa's second goal 11 minutes from time to give them the lead
  • Christian Benteke added a fourth for Aston Villa to complete a 4-1 victory at Norwich
  • Thomas Vermaelen rescues Arsenal with a header two minutes from time to force extra-time
  • The Gunners are relieved, but extra-time proved goalless and the match went to penalties...
  • ...where Bradford produced one of the cup's biggest shocks by beating the Gunners 3-2 on penalties
  • Bradford's fans are mobbed by their doting fans as the Bantams celebrate reaching the Capital One Cup semi-finals

Midweek football

Swansea host Middlesbrough for a place in the Capital One Cup semi-finals