Swansea City and fourth-tier giant-killers Bradford City are both chasing history in one of the most unlikely English League Cup final contests in the tournament's 52-year history.
Rory McArdle celebrates at Aston Villa on January 22, 2013 after Bradford City held on for a 4-3 aggregate win to reach the League Cup final. The League Two outfit entered the tournament as 10,000-1 outsiders.
In years gone by, a match between the two provincial clubs would have raised barely a flicker of interest beyond the boundaries of the cities they represent.
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